1. R

    Need info for Cyber Security courses in India

    Hi, I did my BE in IT. Want to do M.Tech now. I heard of Cyber Security courses offered in various colleges. The fact that it is interesting, I want to pursue this course. However, I don't know what aptitude and technical qualities an aspirant should have for this course. Could anyone guide me...
  2. heartripple

    Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 activation related queries.

    I have Kaspersky Interne Security 2009 with 2 users pack. Recently my Windows XP got corrupted.So I have reinstalled it.And now I have instlled KIS 2009.Its asking me to activate it.But I am worried that if I use the activation key then I will be counted like I am using it on another system so...
  3. shaunak

    How safe is HDFC netbaning.

    I was about to activate Third Party Transfer on my account, but after reading some stories on the net, about how people were scammed, I am in two minds. Why i feel its unsafe: * ICICI uses dynamic security, ie. SMSes the transaction password to your cell phone. HDFC has no such arrangement...
  4. F

    Is It Enough using Kaspersky 2009

    I am using Kaspersky Internet Security 2009. Is it enough for my BSNL BB Connection on my Vista Toshiba Laptop? or shall i use Comodo or any other firewall or antispyware or any security for additional defence? If I use... Any conflicts will arise? What to do with windows firewall? switch off or...
  5. topgear

    Windows 7 Security Flaw is "By Design"

    Source :,news-3416.html Take look at here also :
  6. Pat

    Security or Usability: Maliciously Disabling UAC in Windows 7

    At OSNews, we usually do not report on individual security breaches, because there are websites specifically tailored to that sort of thing. Still, every now and then, an interesting security issue pops up that deserves some attention. How about this one: through a simple VBScript, you can...
  7. P

    Wi Fi Network

    Why dont local ISP in city implement WPA2 security in their networks.
  8. NucleusKore


    Source: Two Japanese companies have unveiled a security robot that can be commanded from a mobile phone to hurl a net that traps suspected intruders. The prototype T-34 was developed jointly by robot firm Tmsuk Co and security firm Alacom...
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