Cisco Patches VoIP Phone Vulnerability
A bug in some implementations of the DNS protocol has left parts of Cisco's IP phone line vulnerable to DoS attacks. Cisco has a patch.
Agere Blazes 1Gbps Chip
The chipmaker goes full speed ahead with its latest chip, which is designed to help users exchange digital data.
Another Sober Variant Gears Up for Monday Blitz
A particularly pervasive virus may be set to reactivate on Monday, possibly repeating its role as a relay for hate spam.
Cox Broadband Blacks Out
An Internet backbone problem leaves the company's high-speed data customers disconnected Friday.
Security Gets a Makeover in Netscape 8.0
The once-mighty Netscape has retooled with new viewing and security features aimed at novice users.
The Sober Virus Returns
Its latest tour spreads hate and spam.
Tungsten E2 Goes Wi-Fi
PalmOne enables month old Tungsten E2 handheld to access Wi-Fi networks through new software for its 802.11b Secure Digital card.
Upgraded Wi-Fi Security for Windows XP SP2
Microsoft releases software that adds WPA2 support to Windows XP Service Pack 2.
New Explorer Gets Tabs
Microsoft to join Firefox and Opera in offering the popular feature.
Nintendo Takes DS Online
The dual-screen gaming handheld will put its wireless abilities to good use at hotspots and on Wi-Fi home networks in the very near future.
Worm Accounts for 5 Percent of E-Mail Traffic
A security vendor reports that Sober-N, a Windows virus, is responsible for over 5 percent of all e-mail traffic passing over the Internet.
Two Holes Poke Firefox Veneer
And this time they're deemed 'extremely critical.'
Wi-Fi Product Watch
The latest updates and new products in wireless networking: AirDefense on new phishing tactic; ABI predicts 100 million Wi-Fi/cellular phones; Trapeze powers Enterasys; and more.
Apple Releases Slew of Security Patches
The company addresses a number of OS vulnerabilities with security update.
Bluetooth, UWB Groups Converge
The latest updates and new products in wireless networking: security and intrusion detection updates, and partnerships galore, from Interop; Aruba offers a personal AP; Microsoft supports WPA2; and more.
Eset's NOD 32 Evolves Beyond Virus Protection
The company adds protection against spyware, adware and phishing attacks to its anti-virus software.
Wi-Fi Product Watch
The latest updates and new products in wireless networking: Atheros one-touch security spec is open source; IOGear extends Wi-Fi with power lines; Socket offers a GUI for Pocket PCs using Wi-Fi; and more.
State to Target Vonage 911 Services
Michigan becomes the latest in a handful of states to target Vonage with deceptive advertising claims over 911 services.
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