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Web Apps Pose Security Threat

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Even if your network is not totally secure, you probably thought you had defenses in all the right places. Think again.

Congress Readies For Privacy Fight

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Capitol hill is gearing up to tackle the online privacy issue once again - and this time there appears to be more resolve to get a law passed.

Close Calls, But No Cracks

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Openhack III is still unscathed, but some hackers are changing tactics.

eFiles: January 29, 2001

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Sure, dot-coms are folding left and right, but that doesn't mean you'll be able to scoop up the best and the brightest IT managers without paying top dollar.

Fast Breaks Newsfront: January 29, 2001

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Microsoft's online properties, the thirdmost popular destination on the Internet, were inaccessible for nearly two days because of an internal routing error and a subsequent denial-of-service attack, the company said.

Pondering Privacy

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Industry and privacy groups spar over online security and data access.

All Aboard the VPN Train

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British Columbia rail project secures moving targets.

Cable to Link U.S., Europe

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Cable & Wireless PLC. and Alcatel have started building what they call the world's most advanced IP trans-Atlantic cable, linking Long Island to Cornwall, England, and Brittany, France.

Tossing and Bashing George W. Bush

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Spencer was avoiding his deadlines and web surfing as usual when he accidentally hit upon the George W. Bush/ Albert Gore collector's coin at www.washingtonmint.com.

Defenses Still Weak

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Experts: DDoS attacks remain serious threat to Web sites.

Wrestling with E-Commerce

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Privacy issues top Congress' technology agenda.

Openhack III Bowed But Not Broken

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Hacker site doesn't reveal any cracks yet but falls under a fierce onslaught of DoS attacks.

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