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Can Security, Privacy Coexist?

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We knew on Sept. 11 that the world had changed and that the effects of the terrorist attacks would be significant and long lasting. Some people are trying to forget the attacks, but many others can never forget.

Tool Runs Apps Concurrrently

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Most security appliances can handle only one job at a time, but a new appliance from Crossbeam Systems Inc. can keep multiple balls in the air.

Forensics Web Site a Must-See

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Having trouble with DoS attacks? Want to figure out a way to see who's behind them or at least track down the source?

Trouble-Spotting in Windows

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Microsoft's Baseline Security Advisor, released last week, is mainly an interface shell for its command-line HFNet-Check tool.

OIS Readies Security Standard Proposal

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A group of software and security vendors that is developing a standard for disclosing security vulnerabilities said it hopes to have a completed document ready for public inspection within a month.

LANguard Defends Servers

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Security is always an issue with Microsoft Corp. technology. GFI Ltd. said it has one solution.

Microsoft Security Tool Leaves Holes

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Problems with Microsoft's Windows Update are causing the automated scanning service to mismanage patches, leaving IT managers to wonder whether the systems they thought were safely patched are actually vulnerable.

Klez Worm Making Comeback

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A new variant of the Klez worm is making the rounds on the Internet, spreading rapidly in Asia and parts of Europe.

Survey Sounds Privacy Alarms

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The Constitution Project today released a nationwide survey of state wiretap statutes, a representative of the organization announced here at the Computers Freedom and Privacy Conference.

Microsoft Products Leave Macs Vulnerable

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There is a security vulnerability in several Microsoft Corp. products that run on the Macintosh platform that researchers say could be fertile ground for the development of a worm

Microsoft Priority No. 1: Trust

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Microsoft's conversion in the past year to embrace security as a corporate mission is cause for a shout of hallelujah-almost.

Contracts Getting Tough on Security

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IT managers and CIOs are adding language in contracts that holds software companies liable for security breaches and attacks that exploit their products.

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