Internet traffic about to hit a zetta-byte
Published in News


That is much bigger than a Zeta Jones 

Global internet traffic will a zetta-byte for the first time this year according to Cisco.

Two backdoors in Juniper routers
Published in Network


Copied Cisco

Someone has quietly installed backdoors three years ago in a core piece of networking equipment used to protect corporate and government systems around the world.

Cisco nets fishy botnet
Published in News


Angler fished out of the system


Researchers at Cisco have stopped the spread of a massive international exploit kit which is commonly used in ransomware attacks.

China presses ahead with glorious five year  tech plan
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US tech companies nervy

The Chinese government is set to hack off the US government by working on a set of banking cyber security regulations.

Cisco buys Open DNS
Published in News


Will the spooks get control of your DNS server?

The networking company, which was turned over by the US spooks using backdoors, has just written a cheque for an outfit which provides alternative DNS servers for its users.

Blackberry still can't get juiced up
Published in News


Revenue falling

BlackBerry is still a long way from being out of the woods. The outfit reported worse-than-expected first-quarter financial results as phone sales continued their long slide.

Internet of Things growing
Published in Wearables


IoT reached 10.3 million devices

Beancounters at Berg Insight have counted out all the installed base of wireless IoT devices in industrial automation and claim it reached 10.3 million in 2014.

How I executed the networking white box market
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by Cisco's John Chambers 

Cisco's soon to retire CEO John Chambers has been taking stock in his years at the helm of the networking giant, and is claiming a killing off the white box market under his rule.

Malware designed to kill user's machine
Published in News


Stops the cops

Security expets have new malware that takes extraordinary measures to evade detection and analysis, destroying deleting all hard drive data and rendering a computer inoperable.

Cisco adds up the numbers