Internet Security

Soon, cyber technology to detect online fraudsters

Cyber SecurityWashington, January 8: Shopping or carrying out other transactions online may soon be a safer affair, for Iowa State University researchers are developing a cyber technology to track fraudsters.

Yong Guan, Iowa State University's Litton Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, says that his team has already developed a technology that may help online advertising companies like Google and Yahoo reduce “click fraud”—falsely increasing hits to ads posted on Web sites that results in higher costs for pay-per-click advertising.

Australia set to impose Internet censorship to protect kids

Melbourne, Dec 22: Australia set to impose Internet censorship to protect kids

World, including India faces 'cyber cold war' threat

London, Nov.30: Cyber AttackIt is not only Britain that is facing a major cyber attack threat

Software to analyse employees’ e-mails on the anvil

Washington, November 29: Cyber CrimeUniversity of California, Irvine (UCI) researchers are devel

Internet users give up privacy to trustworthy recipients

Washington, Nov 23: Internet UserInternet users reveal more personal information online if

‘Windows 2000’ users’ emails, credit card numbers susceptible to hacking

Washington, November 13: Computer scientists at the University of Haifa have found that emails, passwords, and credit card numbers typed on a computer using Microsoft’s “Windows 2000” operating sys