Biometrics could guard Australian borders by 2010

Biometrics could guard Australian borders by 2010

The biometric data of each person entering Australia could be permanently stored in a central repository for identity verification and...

July 17th, 2007 Darren Pauli

Microsoft security team probing new Word flaw

Microsoft security team probing new Word flaw

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEMicrosoft's software security team is examining a new flaw in Word but is uncertain when it can...

December 12th, 2006 narellano

Starting up in 2012

Starting up in 2012

08:52 Welcome to the Micro...

August 3rd, 2006 Mark Gibbs

Big bank goes phishing

Big bank goes phishing

The thing about security is, well, security happens, and sometimes it doesn’t happen, and then sometimes it’s over the edge...

May 25th, 2006 Winn Schwartau

Consumers would trade privacy for convenience

Consumers would trade privacy for convenience

While privacy remains a major concern for people around theworld, a majority of consumers would share personal data if theyknew...

April 27th, 2006 Linda Rosencrance

Consumers would trade privacy for convenience

Consumers would trade privacy for convenience

While privacy remains a major concern for people around theworld, a majority of consumers would share personal data if theyknew...

April 27th, 2006 Linda Rosencrance

New FBI management system is big bucks

New FBI management system is big bucks

A new case management system being implemented by the U.S.Federal Bureau of Investigation to help fight terrorism could costas much...

March 14th, 2006 Todd R. Weiss

Inbox

Inbox

Judging from the amount of feedback we received, editor-in-chief John Pickett's November editorial "Damn Spam!" obviously touched a nerve. Here's...

December 31st, 2003 No Author

Linux 2.6.0 kernel released

Linux 2.6.0 kernel released

Version 2.6.0 of the Linux kernel is ready for business. Readers of the linux-kernel mailing list learned that testing of...

December 17th, 2003 Peter Sayer