Victoria's Monash University has acknowledged that its website was briefly broken into on Saturday and replaced with what appeared to be an Iranian flag encased in a geographical map of the country.
Australia’s largest university, Monash in Melbourne, is set to expand the presence of Google technology on campus, now providing staff across the university with Google Apps Education edition, following the successful transition of students to the web-based service last November.
The National Security Agency's website has been down for at least 30 minutes. Officials have acknowledged the outage, but won't say if it was hacked. At least a few Twitter accounts that sound like the elite hacktivist contingent, Anonymous, are taking credit.
Official Anonymous channels are just making fun of the outage:
umm @WhiteHouse your NSA.gov is broke.
A joint report just published by Monash University’s Centre for Community Networking Research and the Victorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS), recommends the strengthening of information and communication technology (ICT) capability in the community services sector, arguing that it is critical for its success in promoting social justice, equity and inclusion in 21st century Australia.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: MarketThe country’s newest fibre broadband location in South Morang in Victoria is today hosting the first ever National Broadband Network (NBN)-enabled sports training session with two of the country’s biggest sporting legends as Melbourne gears up for Saturday’s AFL grand final.