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ISP Protects Its IP Backbone From DDoS Attacks

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Telus becomes the first major North American ISP to deploy an anti-DDoS solution-Arbor's Peakflow-on its entire IP backbone.

Nortel Merges Dynamic Routing, IPSec in Gateways

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The company is converging dynamic routing and virtual private networking technology into a single device as it rolls out a new line of its Contivity VPN gateways.

Security Still an Afterthought

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A panel of security experts claims that IT is still not paying enough attention to the problems facing their organizations.

Microsoft, AOL IM Flaws Uncovered

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Microsoft's MSN Messenger and Exchange Instant Messenger, as well as AIM, are vulnerable to buffer overrun attacks.

Error in MS Protocol Could Compromise Security

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Microsoft VP Jim Allchin testifies that Microsoft has already identified at least one protocol and two APIs that it plans to withhold from public disclosure under a security exemption in the federal antitrust settlement proposal.

Allchin Raises the Bar in Arrogance

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Bill Gates is a tough act to follow, but Platforms Group VP Jim Allchin managed to raise the bar still higher in Microsoft's drive to insult every possible party-including customers and partners, as well as the courts and its competitors-in the

Allchin: Remedy Could Undermine Afghanistan Effort

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Microsoft's Jim Allchin in his written testimony raises the specter of national security threats--even compromises to the U.S. efforts in Afghanistan--that could result if the states win their case.

Microsoft, Foundstone Form Security Alliance

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As part of Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing effort, the pair will provide security services to large financial services companies.

One Large Pepperoni, Hold the Secrets

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Other than those walking the secret halls of the National Security Agency, James Bamford, author of two books on the NSA, probably knows more about the agency than anyone else.

Watchdogs on Way Out?

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While much of the high-tech industry has spent the last several months focusing on security-for their information as well as their physical assets-a small but growing number of influential executives has been working toward the long-term goal of

The Buzz: May 6, 2002

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He let loose a computer virus that did $80 million in damage, and now David Smith will spend the next 20 months in jail for it.

Congress Looks to Amend Security Bill

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House pair plan to delete liability provision to clear logjam over FOIA carve-out.

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