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Libya: We’re Back. Iran: We’re Not

In its latest quarterly report Opera looks a how quickly Libyans have gone back online with their mobile devices after six months in the dark. The graphic pretty much sums it up: Talking of Internet blocking, Opera noticed that Iran continues to mess with Internet access for its citizens: While we can speculate on government intervention or an operator shutting down Opera Mini access, the numbers are striking. Opera Mini usage in Iran dropped 36% in July. Most of the user loss occurred over five days, from July 4th to July 9th. Iran is no stranger to these quick drops. After reaching new highs, OperaContinue readingLibya: We’re Back. Iran: We’re Not

Anti-virus Vendor, Er, Hacked. Serves Up, Er, Viruses

The Japanese arm of antivirus vendor Trend Micro has announced its website had been hacked and its pages modified to service up viruses. In other words, if someone had visited their website chances are they’d have picked up a virus. Not the sort of thing you expect from an antivirus manufacturer, and they’re not being very forthcoming about it, either. While the company has announced that some of their website pages are found to be modified from March 9th to 12th, this is so far only in Japanese, according to asiajin. And that was yesterday. Nothing on their U.S. website yet. Gen Kanai suggests itContinue readingAnti-virus Vendor, Er, Hacked. Serves Up, Er, Viruses

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