Monthly Archives: June 2008

NBN Beginning To Take Shape

The impending National Broadband Network (NBN) is beginning to take shape, at least in the tender period. Australia has been far behind other countries in internet connectivity, and planning for the NBN, as postulated by the then-incoming Rudd federal government in November 2007 is moving a quite rapidly. Melbourne Club’s Broadband Bid Many Australians still […]

Fingers In The Cookie Jar

Over the recent US Memorial Day weekend, popular internet media site Revision3 was brought down by an apparent DDOS attack, launched by MediaDefender. Inside The Attack That Crippled Revision3 As you can read in the article posted by Revision3 CEO, Jim Louderback, MediaDefender were apparently deliberately attacking and abusing Revision3’s BitTorrent distribution servers. When the […]