FBI downgrades Code Red threat

FBI downgrades Code Red threat

Systems that remain infected with the Code Red worm are scheduled to launch another round of distributed denial-of-service attacks (DDOS)...

August 20th, 2001 Dan Verton

Prepare for Code Red

Prepare for Code Red

Although most mission-critical servers and systems are safe for now, tonight's expected reawakening of the Code Red Internet Worm highlights...

July 31st, 2001 Scott Gardner

VoiceGenie clearly speaks with VoiceXML

VoiceGenie clearly speaks with VoiceXML

Telephone voice services for traveling professionals or for customer-service applications are becoming more and more popular. IVR (interactive voice response)...

May 17th, 2001 Mike Heck

IDC: ASPs learning from past mistakes

IDC: ASPs learning from past mistakes

A new breed of ASPs (application service providers) that have learned from the mistakes of their predecessors is emerging and...

April 19th, 2001 No Author

Sun heats up thin server market

Sun heats up thin server market

Anticipating a major leap in the appliance server market, Sun Microsystems Inc. is stepping up to the plate with products...

February 8th, 2001 Carly Suppa

Top Layer

Top Layer

Top Layer Networks recently announced that it will soon be releasing a PCI Card set that will enable servers to...

January 4th, 2001 Carly Suppa

Microsoft taunted by more hacks

Microsoft taunted by more hacks

On Nov. 7, a Dutch hacker using the alias "Dimitri" said he had managed to hack into a Microsoft Corp....

November 16th, 2000 IDG News Service

MS tells users to fix

MS tells users to fix

Microsoft Corp. is scrambling to alert users of its Internet Information Server (IIS) software to a serious security flaw that...

November 2nd, 2000 Ann Harrison

Users sneaking in back-door Linux apps

Users sneaking in back-door Linux apps

You may not plan to deploy Linux on your network, but that doesn't mean that your company's users won't sneak...

November 2nd, 2000 Deni Connor