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Bugbear Virus Still Running Wild

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More than 21,000 copies of the virus have appeared in the past day.

Locking Down Web Services

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RSA Security and Baltimore Technologies both announced new products for securing Web services.

Feds, SANS Unveil Top 20 Vulnerabilities

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The list includes 10 programs in Unix systems and 10 in Windows systems.

Symantec Revamps Security Architecture - 2

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Analysts say move was a must for the security vendor.

Microsoft Puts Meat Behind Security Push

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Trustworthy Computing initiative to include an extension of Microsoft's developer training program and the possible development of additional stand-alone security products.

Is Security Systems Debate Missing Point?

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Security has always been a mix of products and process.

Toward Optimal Cyberspace Security

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Solid middle ground has to be found-and soon.

Smaller Firms Demand More From Bush Plan

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Cyber-security strategy will need more detailed, voluntary guidelines for small and midsize businesses.

A Super Response?

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Critics hit Microsoft procedure for supplying fixes in wake of Gates memo.

Virus Could Prove Real Bugbear for Networks

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New mass-mailing virus, dubbed Bugbear, could do quite a bit of damage to vulnerable networks.

Team Cracks RSA Encryption Challenge

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It took nearly four years and more than 331,000 volunteers to find the key for a message encrypted with the RC5-64 cipher.

Network Giants Address Security

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Nortel, Cisco both roll out new products that extend security across a variety of networks.

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