20th > September > 2003 Archive

Trading Standards warn of ‘unsolicited’ Nodots invoice

Trading standards officers have warned businesses to be on their guard for letters containing an unsolicited invoice for £499 from Internet naming outfit Nodots.
Tim Richardson, 20 Sep 2003

Oi! How big did you say this hard disk is?

US PC users have banded together to protest against "deceptive advertising" of hard drive capacity by filling a lawsuit against the world's biggest computer manufacturers.
John Leyden, 20 Sep 2003

3Com losses grow

3Com's revenues have slipped again and losses have widened, partly due to restructuring moves.
ElectricNews.net, 20 Sep 2003

Accused AOL phisher spammed the FBI

An Ohio woman accused in federal court of using mass forged e-mails from "AOL security" to swindle America Online subscribers out of their credit card numbers was allegedly tracked down after spamming exactly the wrong person: an FBI agent specializing in computer fraud, according to court records.
Kevin Poulsen, 20 Sep 2003

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