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Security: How Do You Rate?

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Metrics programs provide answers.

RSA Addresses 802.11b WLAN Security Flaw

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RSA Security, along with several encryption experts, has developed a new technology that it says will solve one of the major security flaws in 802.11b wireless LANs.

Microsoft: Secure out of the Box?

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Microsoft is (some might say finally) getting serious about Internet security. Paul Coe Clark III talked with Redmond's chief security officer, Howard Schmidt.

Security Flaws Found in IE 6.0

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Three new security vulnerabilities in Microsoft's newest Internet browser give attackers the ability execute arbitrary code and read files stored on target machines.

Microsoft and the Liberty Alliance

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Sun Microsystems and Microsoft are squaring off over identity authentication systems.

Guardent Unveils Security Appliance

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The appliance is the centerpiece of a new service from the managed-security services company that will integrate security technologies with Guardent¡¯s ability to correlate event data

A Look at Past to Better View the Horizon

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"IT" turned out to be an overpriced gyro scooter. Excite @Home turned out to be anything but. The Goner virus proved that Outlook users are no safer this year than last.

Step 5: Vigilance

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Finally, there is no finally: Vigilance the last security step, but the beginning of a job that's never done.

Goner Finds Users Napping

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The Goner worm that tore through corporate networks last week is just the latest evidence that virus writers and crackers are growing ever more skillful.

Feds Cast a Wider Wiretap Net

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In wake of the Sept. 11 attacks, FBI makes more requests of telecom carriers.

Battening Down Security Hatches

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Federal government to push standards on agencies and private industry.

Israeli Teens Held in Goner Virus Probe

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The youths, aged 15 and 16, are high school students from Nahariya, in the northern part of Israel, according to a police statement

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