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Q&A: Tiversa co-founder talks about P2P leak

Company CEO, Sam Hopkins, on how government blueprints and avionics for President Obama's helicopter wound up at an IP address in Tehran.

By March 1, 2009


Congress: File sharing leaks sensitive data

Sensitive files like Secret Service safehouse locations, military rosters, and IRS tax returns can still be found on file-sharing networks, according to new report.

By July 29, 2009


Lime Wire tells Congress its P2P software is safe now

After Congress reopens probe into peer-to-peer file sharing, Lime Wire says latest version of its software is designed to prevent inadvertent file sharing and is the most secure of its kind.

By May 1, 2009


Data about Obama's helicopter breached via P2P?

Security company Tiversa says Iran has obtained engineering and communications information about Marine One, likely via a compromised file swap on a peer-to-peer service.

By February 28, 2009


Can peer-to-peer coexist with network security?

Following congressional complaints about sensitive data leaks, P2P software providers are modifying their apps to make them safer for use in enterprises.

By March 6, 2009


Buzz Out Loud 921: No one likes to be called a moral pygmy

Yahoo is trying to fight off being accused of low morals by protecting some user data from being subpoenaed in Europe. We also have a couple rants involving Amazon caving to the publishers over text to speech and Sony saying the made the PS3 hard to devel

By March 2, 2009


Congress: P2P networks harm national security

House of Representatives panel chairman says peer-to-peer networks pose a "national security threat," new laws needed.

By July 24, 2007