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Boeing’s Connexion in-flight broadband service was so good people were even able to use Skype for voice calls, but as the service was too expensive to operate it was shut down in mid 2006. Now, a form of in-flight Internet is coming back to US skies in December 07, with real web access finally coming to more US airlines in 2008.
Published in Fuzzy Logic
Sunday, 02 December 2007 17:08

World on the brink global cyber warfare?

The latest annual security report from McAfee has singled out China as a particularly virulent source of international cyber espionage, with a number of Western nations said to have experienced significant episodes in the past year. However, there is evidence to suggest that a far more sinister online threat could be around the corner from nations other than China - state sponsored cyber attacks on vital infrastructure.

Published in Security
As online criminals and hackers develop ever more sophisticated Trojans, spyware, botnets and attack vectors, are the banks, online stores, social networking sites and others really doing enough to keep their customers safe and secure?
Published in Fuzzy Logic




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