Articles By John E. Dunn

Firefox, Mozilla, Opera struck by spoofing flaw

Firefox, Mozilla, Opera struck by spoofing flaw

A dangerous spoofing security hole has been found in every browser on the market — except one. Mozilla, Firefox, Safari,...

February 8th, 2005 John E. Dunn
Firefox, Mozilla, Opera struck by spoofing flaw

Firefox, Mozilla, Opera struck by spoofing flaw

A dangerous spoofing security hole has been found in every browser on the market — except one. Mozilla, Firefox, Safari,...

February 7th, 2005 John E. Dunn
Employee sets off spam avalanche

Employee sets off spam avalanche

A former America Online Inc. engineer has pleaded guilty to the charge of selling a staggering 92 million e-mail addresses...

February 7th, 2005 John E. Dunn
PC abuse logged, tagged by new security system

PC abuse logged, tagged by new security system

Two British companies have come up with a new system that will monitor company PCs for abuse, including criminal activity.Security...

January 23rd, 2005 John E. Dunn
Messaging still to solve security headaches

Messaging still to solve security headaches

Messaging software is set for healthy growth but vendors still have a lot of work ahead of them to deal...

January 5th, 2005 John E. Dunn
E.U.

E.U.

A study by the Institute of Information Law (IViR) at the University of Amsterdam has revealed that the E.U.’s much-vaunted...

April 27th, 2004 John E. Dunn