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Clarke Solicits Cyber-Security Input at MIT

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Vendor responsibility for insecure software was the central theme during Clarke's visit to the university this week.

Novell Homes In On Secure ID Mgmt.

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Novell announced new identity management solutions and strategic alliance with PwC and Deloitte & Touche.

Internet Explorer Flaw Abets Attackers

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Flaw in IE's WebBrowser control lets attackers steal cookies, forge Web content and run code on users' machines.

Microsoft, Oracle Step Up to the Plate

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OpenHack 4 promises to show the strengths and weaknesses of each platform.

Putty Is Still Top Windows Client

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Putty, my favorite secure shell and Telnet client for Windows, was updated to Version 0.53 Oct. 1, adding support for remote VT100 terminal printing and the ability to convert private keys generated by OpenSSH into its own private key format.

Feds Spur Security Plan

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NIAP readies guidelines that would lock down networks.

Microsoft Outlook Express Patch Flawed

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Users are reporting problems installing a patch for a critical flaw in Microsoft's Outlook Express.

Microsoft Opens Passport Source to Developers

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Microsoft will make the source code of its Passport Manager available to licensed companies, academics, developers and governments.

Senate Delay Muddles Security Reporting

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Government officials discuss informally consolidating federal information security agencies.

StormWatch Stops Attacks

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Upgrade's Windows and Solaris add-in provides flexible but firm security access controls.

Distributed.Net Team Deciphers Message Encrypted in RC5-64

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A worldwide team of volunteers, using spare computing power, found the secret key for a message encrypted with the RC5-64 cipher late last month, winning a $10,000 prize and, they said, casting some doubt on the security of messages protected by the ciphe

Feds, SANS Disclose Top 20 Vulnerabilities

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The general services administration last week unveiled a flurry of Internet-security-related announcements, including an updated list of the top 20 vulnerabilities as compiled by the FBI and The SANS Institute.

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