Logo
  Monday, November 30, 2020
Sign-In  |  Sign-Up  |  Contact Us  |  Bookmark 

The world's major Internet providers have announced the establishment of a global anti-hacker alliance
BT Group, Deutsche Telekom, MCI, NTT Communications, Cisco Systems, EarthLink and others will set up an early warning system to prevent hacking, Kommersant reported. However, Russian experts believe the technology the Internet is based on will not allow a victory over hackers and their DDoS attacks that render web sites inefficient. "The operating principle of the technologies underlying the Internet will not allow hackers to be defeated," Informzashchita's Deputy Marketing Director Mikhail Savelyev said. "Users' web service may be chaotic, for instance, if somebody attaches a link to a tiny web site from a big popular site and a thousand of people rush there from all over the world, this might look like a DDoS attack to an outside observer." According to Russian telecommunications business representatives, the alliance is not considering creating anti-hacker technology. "The purpose of the alliance is not defeating hackers technologically, but to improve information exchange among Internet providers," RTComm.ru's head of information protection said. "If there are common rules of provider interaction, repealing hacker attacks will be much easier."
Print The world's major Internet providers have announced the establishment of a global anti-hacker alliance Bookmark The world's major Internet providers have announced the establishment of a global anti-hacker alliance

Related News   
FebMarch 2005Apr
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
28123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
28293031123
45678910