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For VoIP, too many threats to count 2005-12-28 14:12 UTC
It probably will not directly attack end users. It looks like it will attack the VoIP providers.
If you've used VoIP, you'd know that you don't need to open any ports on your router to the public. The VoIP box you plug your telephone into polls your provider every few seconds (depending on your provider and your telephone adapter).
For those who don't have it yet, the little adapter is a tiny embeded computer running an embeded OS. I know that Linksys uses embeded Linux.

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Portable Wi-Fi VoIP phone that you can take with you outside. 2005-12-19 15:19 UTC
You can use it anywhere there's Wi-Fi such as a coffee shop, airport, shopping mall, hotel, etc...

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Firefox 1.5 is out. 2005-12-06 16:19 UTC
Supposed to be better, of course.
I haven't tried it out extensively yet.
So far it seems more stable. It displays pages more predictably. In earlier versions, if you refresh firefox, the page displays text at slightly different x,y coordinates. That is, the same paragraph could be a little higher or lower on the page.
Sometimes you'll see a large blank space below where you would expect the page to end. Sometimes, it won't happen.

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Technology provider UnifiedRoot, based in Amsterdam, has begun leasing Internet addresses that can end in any word, rather than in .com, .org, .net or other top-level domains. 2005-12-01 10:02 UTC
This means problams for ICANN. Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers is responsible for .com/org/net top level domain names.

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