The Web Analytics Association (WAA) has adopted an anti-spyware statement of principles to help differentiate honest web analytics vendors from deceptive spyware makers.
Domain registrar Joker.com has fallen victim to a massive distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, affecting not only the site itself but also the domains on the company’s name servers.
A Russian software company will try to even the score with software pirates with its fists.
Two hackers have some more spending money in their pockets after figuring out how to run Microsoft’s Windows XP operating system on an Intel Mac.
The industry’s leading virtualization software developer put $200,000 up for grabs on Monday to promote the community development of virtualized appliances.
AOL is using the long net of the law to snag three “phishing gangs” from the wild.
Microsoft will sell six different versions of its soon-to-be released Windows Vista operating system.
The debate continues over the security of Google’s latest desktop version because of a controversial feature that allows users to run remote searches across multiple computers.
Sony-BMG Entertainment has issued another mea culpa of sorts for its use of spyware-like technology on CD-Roms.
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