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Patch or No, Flaws to Go Public

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Well-known security researcher David Litchfield says he will no longer automatically wait for a vendor to patch a flaw before he notifies the general public of the problem.

RSA Banks on Web Services

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Reeling from a year of slumping revenue, layoffs and a restructuring, RSA Security Inc. is pinning its comeback hopes on the emerging market for Web services security products.

OECD Revising Guidelines on Security and Privacy

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Many privacy guidelines and security standards are advocated today, and they often confuse, rather than help, network administrators who are trying to employ best practices, particularly with respect to commercial Web sites.

Sanctums Simple Approach to Security

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AppShield 4.0 uses agents to guard multiple systems.

Assessment Is Charneys Job One

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Eyeing product change, the national plan, Microsoft's security chief tackles company's top priority.

Web Services Edged Forward

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SAML, WS-Security emerge to meld native security into protocols.

Yahoo Chief Scientist Describes Web Attacks

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eLABorations: Even when patches are applied and systems are locked down, security is not complete.

Microsoft Patch Fixes Windows Debugger Flaw

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Microsoft has released a patch for a new critical flaw in the debugger service in Windows NT and 2000 that enables an attacker to gain complete access to a vulnerable machine.

IT Jobs in Defense

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What does it take to break into the defense industry? Do you need a security clearance to jump from dotcom to defense? Here's a guide for anyone considering employment in this sector.

E-Travel Books With MSSP

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Outsources security operations to trusecure; helps company reassure customers, lower costs.

Customers Winning Networking Wars

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SMC and Netgear provide sky-high functionality and rock-bottom prices.

The Answer to Security Riddle

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The latest FBI/computer security institute survey has a bit of good news for a change. According to the 503 security practitioners who responded, 90 percent of enterprises are using anti-virus software to protect their networks.

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