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The US government is trying to enact a law which effectively means that if it is on the web it is on American property.
James Bidzos, CEO of VeriSign, admitted his outfit had lost data to hackers in 2010 and Enrique Salem, CEO of Symantec, also admitted that source code from the 2006 version of its program for gaining remote access to desktop computers had been stolen and published.
Network infrastructure company Verisign has admitted it was hacked throughout 2010 and has not got a clue what data has been pinched.
Insecurity outfit Symantec's chief executive has got his sticky paws on the company credit card and is hitting the high street, looking for a new outfit to slink about in this summer.
Software Imperium Microsoft has been linked to a group which has been gunning for Google in the EU.
A study from VeriSign's cyber security watchdog iDefense has revealed a huge increase over the past year in demand for nicked social network user accounts, many of which go on to be sold internationally on the black market including over forums.
IT journalists were today left frantically scrabbling for some way to describe the 25 year anniversary of the first registered dotcom address.
A judge granted Microsoft's request to kill 277 internet addresses associated with a so-called botnet installed on thousands of PCs worldwide.