Monthly Archives: May 2011

10 Biggest Data Breaches of 2011, So Far !

Expedia’s Trip Adviser, email marketing provider Epsilon, Sony’s online entertainment services, professional engineering society Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. They all suffered some kind of a data breach in the first four months of 2011. At one point, it … Continue reading

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10 things you can do to conserve Internet bandwidth

As organizations move more and more services to the cloud, it is becoming increasingly important to make efficient use of the available Internet bandwidth. Here are a few techniques you can use to conserve Internet bandwidth in your own organization. … Continue reading

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More Banking Malware to Hit the Web

The source code for the Zeus banking Trojan has been leaked on the Internet, which will allow pretty much anyone interested in crafting a malware attack to do so, provided they know where to look. The complete source code for … Continue reading

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10 Sysinternals utilities to have

#1 DiskMon This utility looks at all of your hard disk traffic and reports it to the screen. When the window is displayed, the default is to auto scroll the data constantly filling the window as you use your PC. … Continue reading

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