Hacker Attack

by santonov on February 7th, 2007 in Industry and Security News.

Todays security news: hackers are powerful, but the Internet is resilient.

Yesterdays attack against domain name system (DNS) servers, those that manage global computer traffic, has been pegged as one of the most significant attacks against the Internet since 2002 (when all 13 of the Internets root DNS servers were hit).


Since the commercial release of Windows Vista at the end of January, several media outlets have written articles listing which computer programs are currently compatible with the new operating system and which ones aren't.

What we want to make clear is that we are now concentrating all of our energy on the new-and-improved Ad-Aware 2007. The new product, with a public beta expected in early March, WILL be Vista compatible and very likely Vista Certified.


Many of you have been eager to know about the latest version of our anti-spyware product, Ad-Aware 2007. You may have also read in the February edition of Lavasoft News that we are currently in a VIP beta testing phase, and our developers are working directly with the experienced team of VIP beta testers to provide you with a more powerful anti-spyware tool that doesn't load down your computer resources.