Report from Imperva documents how organizations are targeted for hacking
Imperva.com – During 2011, Imperva witnessed an assault by the hacktivist group ‘Anonymous’ that lasted 25 days.
Our observations give insightful information on Anonymous, including a detailed analysis of hacking methods, as well as an examination of how social media provides a communications platform for recruitment and attack coordination.
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Sometime between midnight Tuesday and Wednesday at 9 ET, Microsoft will turn on the free download of Windows 8 Consumer Preview
If you’re interest in the latest Microsoft operating system, these last few hours are tense.
What will be new with Windows 8?
Let’s look at some of the main things we already know.
Posted in Mobile computing, Social Media, Technology, The Cloud, Windows 8 |
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Free video calls over smartphones and it looks like Windows 8 Metro
Skype for Windows Phone beta
By Stephen Pate – Skype, acquired last year by Microsoft, has released the beta of its Windows Phone version and it looks like Windows 8 which will ship in beta on Wednesday.
Download the Consumer Preview of Windows 8
The beta allows free video and voice calls over 3G, 4G or WiFi networks. Apple’s Face Time video calling only works between Apple phones of WiFi.
Windows Phone users can
download the beta from the Windows Phone application site.