XORP open source router now does WindowsAn update to the eXtensible Open Router Platform - an open source router software package - was released this week with support for Windows servers and a number of new features, fixes and improvements, according to the software\u2019s developers. Click here for more.Apple\u2019s growth sparks move to IndiaApple, which reported record earnings in its most recent quarter, is planning to open a call center in India to deal with its rapid growth. Click here for more.AT&T\/BellSouth union stokes user concernsThe first reaction by many customers to AT&T's proposed $67 billion buyout of BellSouth last week was this: Is Ma Bell back? But upon reflection they've turned their attention to specific concerns, such as what will become of customer service and the wireless operations and whether the combined carrier's big footprint will benefit them. Click here for more.A healthy identity challengeOn Network World's Hot Seat this week, Sentillion CEO Rob Seliger talks about the critical need for identity and access management in healthcare, where "mission critical" means life or death. Watch it now.Hacked bank server hosts phishing sitesCriminals appear to have hacked a Chinese bank's server and are using it to host phishing sites to steal personal data from customers of eBay and a major U.S. bank, according to Internet services company Netcraft. Click here for more.Buzzblog: Secure wireless Internet access isn\u2019t all that hardJoel Snyder guest stars on Buzzblog today with his insights on how incredibly simple it could be to keep intruders off your home wireless LAN. Click here for more.For news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.