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(PhysOrg.com) -- Even well-defended computers can leak shocking amounts of private data. MIT researchers seek out exotic attacks in order to shut them down.
Motive for site attacks not yet known
New additions to storage and backup systems
Novel voting technology will be used in a local government election.
CIO Wennergren to discuss memo at upcoming GosCon conference
(PhysOrg.com) -- A team of researchers headed by Martin Rinard, a professor of computer science at MIT, have developed new software that automatically patches errors in deployed software in a matter of minutes.
In the 1995 Halloween episode of The Simpsons, Homer Simpson finds a portal to the mysterious Third Dimension behind a bookcase, and desperate to escape his in-laws, he plunges through. He finds himself wandering across a dark surface etched with green gridlines and strewn with geometric shapes, above which hover strange equations. One of these is the deceptively simple assertion that P = NP.
Fake message reads 'hi. this you on here'
New system combines phrases with PIN numbers
Viviane Reding calls for improved citizens\' rights
Internet Solutions has become the first large Internet service provider to deploy locally developed FireID, a world-leading authentication solution, to its customer base.
El ministro de Empresa británico, Peter Mandelson, quiere que los internautas reincidentes en descargas ilegales sean desconectados de la Red.
La compañía ha presentado una nueva forma de almacenar la información de forma eficiente para garantizar su protección mediante procesos backup, archivado y recuperación de los datos.
Six critical flaws get patched in the current generation of the popular browser as its next big release nears completion.