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Cisco says criminals may buy Storm botnet use in 2008

In its inaugural report on the overall state of internet security, Cisco is predicting bigger attacks in 2008 from the Storm botnet as its creators let criminals buy the use of Storm's millions of zombie computers to launch massive spam or DoS attacks.
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Ghosts, goblins and Storm Worm on Halloween

The Storm Worm, dormant for several weeks, made a ghoulish return today when it began attempting to seed computers with a trojan executable disguised as a dancing skeleton.
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Advertising feature: E-crime and the threat of spyware – In association with Webroot

Spyware has become well-engrained in the day-to-day vocabulary of many computer users. The number of attacks is rapidly increasing, with an estimated 31.7 per cent of all PCs in the UK currently infected with some form of spyware. Worse still, it is said that a brand-new PC will fall victim to spyware after just 30 minutes of internet connection.
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Relying on the logs to recover

When bad things happen to good networks — and no enterprise is completely immune from attacks on its IT infrastructure anymore — how the good guys fight back can make or break the company’s ability to survive the threat.
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Zotob’s day

It was just another PnP hole until virus writers got hold of it. David Quainton follows the return of the network worm
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The codebreaker menace

It’s an axiom of software development that every program will contain between five and 50 bugs per 1,000 lines of code. And five is reckoned to be only the most optimistic result; the reality is much closer to 50.
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New rules force a focus on data

If there is a dispute over an email sent last year, will you be able to locate it? Better make sure it’s stored away safely. Ron Condon reports
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