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Passport Under Fire

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Privacy, consumer groups petition FTC over services, XP.

Wireless LANs Dealt New Blow

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Security goes from bad to worse

Leave Security to Insiders

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Protecting networks from outside attack is far too important to just run "by the numbers."

E-Theft: Whos Liable?

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Watch out, online merchants: here comes the law.

SAS70: Key to Web Security?

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Standard may be waste of time-not seal of approval

Ballmer Stirs Crowd With Monster Mash

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Images of "Young Frankenstein" came rushing back to the Whiskered One last week as he watched a video clip of Steve Ballmer that was making its way around the Web.

Code Red Lessons, Big and Small

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IT managers and users alike who were affected by the Code Red worm have gone through the latest round of requisite security "lessons learned."

Deluge of Security Threats Overwhelms I-Managers

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System vulnerabilities - holes through which intruders may crawl inside your servers - are cropping up at a rate six or seven per day, a pace that strains the resources of most system administrators, security experts say.

Security With a Patent

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McAfee.com has won a patent that will protect its rapidly growing business for updating and managing security on desktop computer systems via the Internet.

Security Must Be Baked In, Not Painted On

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A wave of hysteria, a brief surge in traffic, a burst of defacements-by now, it's a familiar story.

A Net Unprotected

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Security experts are warning that the problems spawned by the malicious computer program Code Red may be dwarfed by the pain that lies ahead.

Operator No. 9: August 6, 2001

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CEOs of data security companies must patiently pray that - yes! - this will be the week that some freaky, out-of- control virus metastasizes across the Internet, bringing everything in its path to a crashing halt and thereby demonstrating the ne

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