Telstra BigPond has announced the connection of its one-millionth broadband service, saying that uptake is continuing to grow unabated.
Last month saw an increase in spammers using legitimate websites as jump off points to avoid anti-spam defences. According to a new report, spammers put links on sites such as Yahoo! and Geocities, which when clicked on take unsuspecting users to spam sites.
A new variant on the Sober mass-mailing worm was detected late last week by the security vendor Clearswift. The best protection remains to block all executable files and to never open attachments from an unknown source, for those who didn't know!
There's a new trick in online phishing, and this time it uses Yahoo! Photos as the bait. Imitating the Yahoo! Photos site almost exactly, it is difficult for most users to tell the difference between the authentic Yahoo! site and a newly emerged forgery.
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