IPTV & Malicious Websites – IBM Internet Security Systems X-Force Threat Insight Monthly (March)


The March edition of the IBM Internet Security Systems X-Force Threat Insight Monthly has some interesting information on:




  • Internet Protocol Television (IPTV)


  • Modern Profile of the Malicious Web site

http://www.iss.net/documents/x-force_monthly_reports/ISS_XFTIM_Mar07.pdf


 Urs


 


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    MUMBAI: A couple of European and Asian auto majors including Peugeot-Citroen of France are in talks with Argentum Motors to manufacture components and cars, it is reliably learnt.

    Argentum is also planning to invest around Rs 500 crore to upgrade the facility. The three promoters of the company will eventually hold around 12% in the company after the debt is converted into equity and fresh investors are roped in.

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     http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/News/News_By_Industry/Auto/Auto_Components/Auto_majors_eye_sourcing_pact_with_Argentum/rssarticleshow/2762786.cms

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    In the last two months, Shree Dhoot Trading & Agencies Ltd, an investment company of the Dhoots, has mopped up 11.72% shares in the loss-making firm, earlier known as IOL Broadband. This is in addition to the 1.97% stake that Videocon Realty & Infrastructure Ltd, a Videocon group company, owns in IOL Netcom.

    Sources close to the development said the Dhoots have hired an advisor for further negotiations to gain management control of the zero-debt company that was the first in Asia to launch IPTV.

    Videocon Group officials have met IOL Netcom president Siddharth Srivastava to discuss areas of mutual cooperation. However, the talks did not cover any buyout proposal.

    IOC Netcom offers broadband solutions and IPTV and has set up a 200 km fibre optic network in Mumbai and Delhi. The company, which suffered a loss of Rs 2.14 crore on revenues of Rs 2.19 crore in fiscal 2008, is about to launch its broadband services in Mumbai.

    When contacted, Mr Srivastava said that the share purchase by Videocon is not seen as a hostile bid by Netcom, even though there was no understanding between the two companies on the transaction. “We have a wide range of investors with no identifiable group of promoters. This segment is set for a boom and may be the new investors see value in our shares,” he told ET.

    Videocon Group chairman Venugopal Dhoot was not available for comments.

    Videocon’s synergies with IOL Netcom would include joint development of direct-to-home (DTH) content and internet protocol TV (IPTV) platforms, supply of fibre for the broadband business, besides alliances in marketing, retailing and branding.

    The Videocon Group is planning to launch its DTH services across the country by the end of the year. As the DTH business has significant strategic synergies with IOL, the Dhoots are keen on acquiring Netcom, said an industry official familiar with the matter.

    The share price of IOL Netcom, has crashed from its peak of Rs 580 as on August 9 last year to Rs 76.50 as on Thursday on the Bombay Stock Exchange. The sharp decline was a good opportunity for the Dhoots to buy into the company.

    The family has done similar in other companies. For instance, the Dhoots have bought a substantial chunk of shares in Archies, the maker of greeting cards and now looking for a management control.

    http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/Infotech/Internet_/Videocons_Dhoots_look_to_snap_up_IOL_Netcom/articleshow/3312325.cms

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    MUMBAI: A couple of European and Asian auto majors including Peugeot-Citroen of France are in talks with Argentum Motors to manufacture components and cars, it is reliably learnt.

    Argentum is also planning to invest around Rs 500 crore to upgrade the facility. The three promoters of the company will eventually hold around 12% in the company after the debt is converted into equity and fresh investors are roped in.

    “This capacity will attract a large number of global auto manufacturers as the company has all the building blocks for integrated car and component manufacturing,” said an analyst of a Mumbai-based brokerage.

     http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/News/News_By_Industry/Auto/Auto_Components/Auto_majors_eye_sourcing_pact_with_Argentum/rssarticleshow/2762786.cms

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    03/7/2008

    Argentum Motors is set to expand its capacity for small cars to 0.4 million per annum. Argentum Motors would also start manufacturing 1-2 litre engines to cater to the demand for small cars. The company is creating flexibility at plant to suit a larger range of vehicles. Existing facility, which can produce engines in the size of 1.3-1.7 litre, is being expanded for 1-2 litre. The company was also setting up a new paint shop and an assembly line which would have a capacity of 0.25 million-0.3 million cars per annum at an investment of INR 5,000 million.

    Argentum Motors to Infuse $126 Million in Indian Daewoo Facility

    12/26/2007

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    http://investing.businessweek.com/businessweek/research/stocks/private/snapshot.asp?privcapId=20407418

  58. hbestm says:

    IPTV News – Videocon’s Dhoots look to snap up IOL Netcom owned By Ashish Deora

    The Dhoot family, the promoters of Videocon Group, has bought 14% equity in IOL Netcom owned by Ashish deora, a Mumbai-based broadband company, from the open market transaction is being perceived by the industry as a take over bid.

    In the last two months, Shree Dhoot Trading & Agencies Ltd, an investment company of the Dhoots, has mopped up 11.72% shares in the loss-making firm, earlier known as IOL Broadband. This is in addition to the 1.97% stake that Videocon Realty & Infrastructure Ltd, a Videocon group company, owns in IOL Netcom.

    Sources close to the development said the Dhoots have hired an advisor for further negotiations to gain management control of the zero-debt company that was the first in Asia to launch IPTV.

    Videocon Group officials have met IOL Netcom president Siddharth Srivastava to discuss areas of mutual cooperation. However, the talks did not cover any buyout proposal.

    IOC Netcom offers broadband solutions and IPTV and has set up a 200 km fibre optic network in Mumbai and Delhi. The company, which suffered a loss of Rs 2.14 crore on revenues of Rs 2.19 crore in fiscal 2008, is about to launch its broadband services in Mumbai.

    When contacted, Mr Srivastava said that the share purchase by Videocon is not seen as a hostile bid by Netcom, even though there was no understanding between the two companies on the transaction. “We have a wide range of investors with no identifiable group of promoters. This segment is set for a boom and may be the new investors see value in our shares,” he told ET.

    Videocon Group chairman Venugopal Dhoot was not available for comments.

    Videocon’s synergies with IOL Netcom would include joint development of direct-to-home (DTH) content and internet protocol TV (IPTV) platforms, supply of fibre for the broadband business, besides alliances in marketing, retailing and branding.

    The Videocon Group is planning to launch its DTH services across the country by the end of the year. As the DTH business has significant strategic synergies with IOL, the Dhoots are keen on acquiring Netcom, said an industry official familiar with the matter.

    The share price of IOL Netcom, has crashed from its peak of Rs 580 as on August 9 last year to Rs 76.50 as on Thursday on the Bombay Stock Exchange. The sharp decline was a good opportunity for the Dhoots to buy into the company.

    The family has done similar in other companies. For instance, the Dhoots have bought a substantial chunk of shares in Archies, the maker of greeting cards and now looking for a management control.

    http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/Infotech/Internet_/Videocons_Dhoots_look_to_snap_up_IOL_Netcom/articleshow/3312325

  59. hbestm says:

    Auto majors eye sourcing pact with Argentum owned by Ashish Deora and Team    

    MUMBAI: A couple of European and Asian auto majors including Peugeot-Citroen of France are in talks with Argentum Motors to manufacture components and cars, it is reliably learnt.

    Argentum is also planning to invest around Rs 500 crore to upgrade the facility. The three promoters of the company will eventually hold around 12% in the company after the debt is converted into equity and fresh investors are roped in.

    “This capacity will attract a large number of global auto manufacturers as the company has all the building blocks for integrated car and component manufacturing,” said an analyst of a Mumbai-based brokerage.

    http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/News/News_By_Industry/Auto/Auto_Components/Auto_majors_eye_sourcing_pact_with

  60. hbestm says:

    Argentum Motors to Expand Capacity to Produce 0.4 Million Small Cars  

    03/7/2008

    Argentum Motors is set to expand its capacity for small cars to 0.4 million per annum. Argentum Motors would also start manufacturing 1-2 litre engines to cater to the demand for small cars. The company is creating flexibility at plant to suit a larger range of vehicles. Existing facility, which can produce engines in the size of 1.3-1.7 litre, is being expanded for 1-2 litre. The company was also setting up a new paint shop and an assembly line which would have a capacity of 0.25 million-0.3 million cars per annum at an investment of INR 5,000 million.

    Argentum Motors to Infuse $126 Million in Indian Daewoo Facility

    12/26/2007

    Argentum Motors will infuse INR 5 billion ( $126.8 million) to modernise the facility over the next 18 months as it gears up to host global commercial vehicle maker Daimler for the latter’s proposed Low Cost Vehicle (LCV) roll out.

    http://investing.businessweek.com/businessweek/research/stocks/private/snapshot.asp?privcapId=20407418

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    MUMBAI: A couple of European and Asian auto majors including Peugeot-Citroen of France are in talks with Argentum Motors to manufacture components and cars, it is reliably learnt.

    Argentum is also planning to invest around Rs 500 crore to upgrade the facility. The three promoters of the company will eventually hold around 12% in the company after the debt is converted into equity and fresh investors are roped in.

    “This capacity will attract a large number of global auto manufacturers as the company has all the building blocks for integrated car and component manufacturing,” said an analyst of a Mumbai-based brokerage.

     http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/News/News_By_Industry/Auto/Auto_Components/Auto_majors_eye_sourcing_pact_with_Argentum/rssarticleshow/2762786.cms