Finding freedom behind China’s Great Firewall

Finding freedom behind China’s Great Firewall

In the beginning, some observers predicted that opening China to the Internet would unleash an uncontrollable flood of information that...

May 18th, 2004 Sumner Lemon

Windows source code leak leads to IE hole

Windows source code leak leads to IE hole

A bug hunter claims to have uncovered a security flaw in Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer (IE) 5 Web browser by...

February 22nd, 2004 Joris Evers

Windows source code leak leads to IE hole

Windows source code leak leads to IE hole

A bug hunter claims to have uncovered a security flaw in Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer (IE) 5 Web browser by...

February 17th, 2004 Joris Evers

Vietnam opens broadband market

Vietnam opens broadband market

Reacting to strong demand for ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line) broadband services, the government has allowed a second company to...

November 30th, 2003 Staff

Vietnam opens broadband market as demand grows

Vietnam opens broadband market as demand grows

Vietnam opens broadband market as demand growsReacting to strong demand for Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) broadband services, the government...

November 17th, 2003 David Legard

VeriSign defends Site Finder service

VeriSign defends Site Finder service

Domain registrar VeriSign Inc. defended its now-suspended Site Finder search tool Monday, saying concerns about its effect on the stability...

October 7th, 2003 Grant Gross

Logging off the information highway

Logging off the information highway

By Jon SurmaczThe active Internet population, defined as those online at least once in a given month, saw an overall...

July 29th, 2003 No Author

Weird and woeful predictions made at conference

Weird and woeful predictions made at conference

The good news: by 2010, computers should match the human brain in processing power. The bad news: by decade's end,...

May 30th, 2003 James Careless

Canadian security conference features weird and woeful predictions

Canadian security conference features weird and woeful predictions

Special to IT World CanadaThe good news: by 2010, computers should match the human brain in processing power. The bad...

May 15th, 2003 James Careless