Waves of DNS hijackings over the past three months, aimed at consumer-grade routers mostly from D-Link, have been diverting traffic from a number of well-known domains and directing them elsewhere.
A union has demanded the Federal Government investigate the ride-sharing firm Uber after a program on the ABC on Monday night exposed the fact that the company escaped scrutiny by authorities and used spyware to get rid of business rivals.
A few weeks ago I left the house and while driving realised I had forgotten my smartphone. It was not a good feeling – I felt disadvantaged and disconnected. Yet, as a younger man, I happily travelled around the world with just my wristwatch and a backpack. What has happened to us since those days?
In my opinion Fletcher is a prize idiot who should never be listened to.His pronouncements about the NBN have regularly[…]
I don't know what not to believe in anymore.
There is one valid point.. "an IP doesn't equal the perpetrator/person" Its only relates the account that's used, as there[…]
Hard to know. This article doesn’t cite any Telstra statements or sources, just some angry Twitter posts by people who[…]
News last night (7-00pm) was telling me that the Telstra problem was in fact a system failure not a DDoS[…]