Facing customer complaints, and users going to unofficial patches for the answer, Microsoft fixes a critical flaw five days early.
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The ISP buys a nationwide CLEC as it expands its platform beyond the consumer base and into the business world.
The GAO finds 2.31 million Web sites with 'patently false' contact info.
The worm's campaign is expected to resume Jan. 5, 2006, the anniversary of the Nazi party.
Full-screen video VoIP highlights the next edition of the provider's popular service.
The message security company briefly found itself on the Spamhaus Project's block list after a recent e-mail campaign, resurrecting the debate over DNSBLs.
UPDATED: IT managers should take precautions when allowing VoIP use, specifically Skype, in the workplace researchers warn.
The security vendor's new service automates the response to network attacks from the network.
The company puts remote management and regulatory compliance in the hands of its IT management and vulnerability assessment arm
With the definition set, the ASC sets out to find the apps that can be considered spyware.
UPDATED: IM interoperability agreement is between two of the three largest public IM networks.
IPTV and free movies are key factors in VoD's growing popularity.
VoIP, Inc., will offer a managed 911 service for Internet telephony providers.
Global adoption of IPTV is expected to greatly increase but the U.S. will lag.
In-Stat's research cites comfort level with VoIP and converging voice and data departments for the move from traditional telephone networks to digital.
VeriSign's service lets students and faculty use wireless VoIP on campus and their regular wireless carrier outside.
Responding to a report that News Corp. floated a $3B acquisition, a spokeswoman for the VoIP developer says the company is not for sale.
Admins now have a one-stop spec for signature-based e-mail authentication.
The software company has three security bulletins scheduled for Patch Tuesday, some of them critical.
June's security update shores up three critical vulnerabilities and seven moderate-to-important flaws in Microsoft's software.
Old statutes that give the FCC its authority just don't apply in today's telecom reality, commissioners say.
The rules should to be changed so telecoms can better compete with cable operators, CEO Ivan Seidenberg said at a trade show today.
Experts say 2005/2006 will be good years for IP-based telephony, though hurdles remain to be cleared.
Targeted at small and large businesses alike, the new product unifies several security functions into one appliance.
Officials want companies thinking intelligently about integration.