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Issue No.02 - February (2006 vol.39)
pp: 21-23
ABSTRACT
<strong>False Domain-Name Database Information Plagues Internet</strong><div>The lack of success with efforts to correct inaccuracies in the whois database could pose a problem for Internet security.</div><p><strong>New Worm Chats Up Its Victims</strong><div>Hackers have written what is apparently the first instant messaging-based worm that ?chats? with potential victims.</div></p><p><strong>Will We Access the Internet via Gas Pipes?</strong><div>If successful, the proposed broadband-in-gas technology would inexpensively provide the additional bandwidth required to deliver new video applications such as HDTV through natural-gas pipes, even when fuel is passing through them.</div></p>
INDEX TERMS
Internet security, Domain names, IM.Myspace04.AIM, Hackers, Internet security, Instant messaging, Broadband services
CITATION
Linda Dailey Paulson, "News Briefs", Computer, vol.39, no. 2, pp. 21-23, February 2006, doi:10.1109/MC.2006.67
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