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#956| source: The Register by maximum3d on Thu Oct 24 2002 
Feds investigating 'largest ever' Internet attack
US Federal authorities are investigating an attack on the internet that has been described as the "largest and most complex" in history. In a distributed denial of service attack that began 5pm US Eastern time Monday and lasted one hour, seven of the 13 servers at the top of the internet's domain name system hierarchy were rendered virtually inaccessible, sources told ComputerWire.
#955| source: Nvidia by maximum3d on Thu Oct 24 2002 
NVIDIA Detonator Drivers 41.03 (Official)
NVIDIA have updated their video card drivers to version 41.03, click the link above to download the 2K/XP drivers.
#954| source: Winzip by maximum3d on Thu Oct 24 2002 
WinZip 8.1 SR-1
WinZip 8.1 Service Release 1 (download) includes a change to the original release of WinZip 8.1 . The change addresses a vulnerability that is already properly handled, as of WinZip 8.0, for Zip files; WinZip 8.1 SR-1 addresses it for the other archive types supported by WinZip, such as TAR and CAB.
#953| source: c|net by maximum3d on Thu Oct 24 2002 
Encryption method getting the picture
Researchers have created a new way to encrypt information in a digital image and extract it later without any distortion or loss of information. Its uses could range from sensitive military and medical diagnostic images to legal documents and photographs of crime scenes. The technique could also be used to encode information within the image itself for cataloging and retrieving from databases.
#952| source: The Moscow Times by maximum3d on Wed Oct 23 2002 
Sharp Unveils Glass Computer
Sharp Corp., Japan's largest maker of liquid crystal displays, unveiled a screen Tuesday with microprocessor circuitry applied directly onto the glass, enabling it to function like a computer. The company hopes to have products available by 2005 using the advanced circuitry, perhaps even a "display card" that could store data and be carried around for use with various gadgets from games machines to mobile phones to car navigation systems.
#951| source: CNN Tech by maximum3d on Wed Oct 23 2002 
Airborne computer mouse unveiled
The difference is, this one's airborne. Meaning, like all optical mice, it doesn't need a desktop mouse pad. But it also doesn't need a desk. The $79.95 Ultra Cordless Optical Mouse from Gyration, Inc., of Saratoga, California, uses gyroscopic sensors to control the cursor movement as you move your wrist, arm, whatever through the air.
#950| source: VR-Zone by maximum3d on Wed Oct 23 2002 
Interview With ABIT
VR-Zone has posted an interview with Florence Shi, the sales and marketing director of ABIT, as he talks about ABIT motherboard plans, sales target etc.
#949| source: ΅The Inquirer by maximum3d on Wed Oct 23 2002 
ATI shows off DDR-II graphics cards
ATI Enginners have demonstrated the world's first graphics cards powered by DDR-II technology using Radeon 9700 Pro VPUs
#948| source: Microsoft by maximum3d on Wed Oct 23 2002 
Office 11 beta 1 released
Microsoft Corp. today announced the first beta release of its next version of Microsoft Office, code-named "Office 11." Expected to ship in mid-2003, "Office 11" is a significant step forward in the delivery of Microsoft's vision for improving information worker productivity.
#947| source: c|net by maximum3d on Wed Oct 23 2002 
Microsoft bulks up XP for devices
The software giant releases a new version of Windows XP Embedded, the company's operating system for cash registers, ATMs and other embedded devices.

 
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