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iTnewswire Late Edition: Brazil pinches 85 phishers; Data#3 sells 30 percent more services.

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  • Brazil pinches 85 phishers
  • Data#3 sells 30 percent more services
  • Only a few years left for SSL VPN?
  • IBM unveils continuous back up program
  • Firms conduct WiMAX trials
  • Brazil pinches 85 phishers
    Brazilian police have arrested 85 people in connection with a phishing ring, according to reports. More...

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    Data#3 sells 30 percent more services
    Queensland reseller Data#3 has reported net profit after tax of $3.9 million for the full year ended 30 June 2005 on the back of a 30 percent jump in services revenue. More...

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    Only a few years left for SSL VPN?
    A leading SSL VPN vendor has admitted that the window of opportunity for SSL VPN -- today's main rival to IPSec VPN -- may only last another few years. More...

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    IBM unveils continuous back up program
    Regular backup data to thwart computer viruses and crashes will be provided by IBM for laptops, desktop PCs and file servers in new Tivoli software. More...

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    Firms conduct WiMAX trials
    While firms are conducting WiMAX rollout trials in the US, Japan and the UK, some don't expect initial commercial rollouts until 2006. More...

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    Wi-Fi continues its explosive growth:report
    Mobile-phone sales soar in second quarter
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