Backdoors, Trojan plague Usenet, says McAfee

Backdoors, Trojan plague Usenet, says McAfee

A part of the Internet that existed before the Web ever did, and was once among the busiest places online,...

June 29th, 2001 Sam Costello

McVeigh case spawns Trojan horse

McVeigh case spawns Trojan horse

Using the promise of a video of Timothy McVeigh's execution, a hacker tried to entice chat room users to download...

June 14th, 2001 Jack McCarthy

Another tale of university days

Another tale of university days

As a proud math graduate of the University of Waterloo, I am passing the following story on to you. ("Goodbye...

May 3rd, 2001 No Author

Napster’s D-Day approaches … again

Napster’s D-Day approaches … again

Napster Inc. continues its struggle to filter out copyrighted music from its service as the company faces a deadline Monday...

March 13th, 2001 Laura Rohde

AMD releases 850MHz Duron

AMD releases 850MHz Duron

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has launched its 850MHz Duron processor, taking a speed jump that puts the AMD budget chip...

January 25th, 2001 No Author

Windows Media Player 7 opens system for hackers

Windows Media Player 7 opens system for hackers

A security vulnerability in Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Media Player 7 can allow a hacker to get full control over a...

January 18th, 2001 Joris Evers

Retail Web sites speedier, more reliable in 2000

Retail Web sites speedier, more reliable in 2000

Retail Web sites were perkier this holiday season than they were last year, according to tests conducted by Keynote Systems...

December 28th, 2000 James Cope

Franklin EBookMan

Franklin EBookMan

Size counts. One look at the display on the Franklin EBookMan, and you can see why. The slim, pocket-size combo...

November 22nd, 2000 PC World staff

Netscape 6.0 begins shipping

Netscape 6.0 begins shipping

Netscape 6.0 is finally here. After three years of upgrades, the faded browser champ Netscape Communications Corp. is releasing on...

November 15th, 2000 Tom Spring