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By Nerds On Call
Anyone who’s received a message from a friend’s Facebook account urging them to click a link or “like” a page to “Win a Free iPad” or “Get a Free Starbucks Gift Card” knows that social media sites are prime targets for spam
The comprehensive news and research website for older Australians was hacked yesterday and put offline.
By Chris Horne
Core 3 Networks launches LAMPTechs.com, an all-purpose Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP service center for emergency and planned support. LAMPTechs is a non-contract, non-hourly immediate support center for Linux based servers.
By Bristol NUJ
HARD PRESSED: This year Bristol NUJ expands its annual Benn Lecture into two events on the future of the media.
By Bob Alpi
The complete first season eScape is now online. Created by Mike Feurstein of MovieQuest Productions and co-produced by Runic Films eScape tells the story of a group of summer campers seemingly abandoned by their counselors.
By Opolis Secure Mail
Opolis optimally protects emails and attachments and assists investigative journalists in their communication.
By Opolis Secure Mail and Document Messaging Service
Just recently the online edition of “Der Spiegel” ran an article about the trial of 20 year old student David Kernell, who hacked Sarah Palin´s Yahoo account back in 2008. If Ms Palin had only used Opolis this probably would not have happened.
By Jean Upshaw
Verisign’s iDefense Labs has discovered a website that lists some 1.5 million compromised Facebook accounts “for sale.” for $25 per 1000 accounts with10 friends or less, and $45 per 1,000 for those accounts with more than 10 friends.
Today the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times are running several articles about Yahoo Email accounts of several journalists having been hacked in China and Taiwan. - Opolis may be the answer!
By Blue LAN Group, Inc.
How the Conficker virus and other such viruses can have a detrimental effect on your business should your company information ever be breached or hacked into.
By Dawnings Publishing, Inc.
Sales soared after hacked website announced a "Hacking Revenge Celebration Sale", proving good luck can be pulled from bad luck.