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Microsoft Patch Repairs 6 IE Flaws

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Microsoft Corp. on Monday released a cumulative patch that fixes six new vulnerabilities in several versions of Internet Explorer.

CompTIA Unveils Entry-Level Security Certification

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CompTIA announced last week it is developing a new, vendor-neutral, entry-level security certification that will address training on firewalls, viruses, user authentication and encryption.

Living with Worms, Viruses and Daily Security

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Complicated applications and slipshod development keep security pros one step behind.

Security Is Main Focus

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Microsoft names new chief security strategist; directive also targets privacy.

Novell Joins Liberty Alliance Project

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Brings identity management experience, endorses open standards.

White Hat Tools Turn IT Administrators Into White Hat Hackers

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Tester's Choice: Cenzic, which is developing an SDK-based super vulnerability scanner, has a vision that is different from what else is out there.

MSN Messenger Vulnerable to Hijacking

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A well-known problem in the way that Internet Explorer handles user cookies can be exploited to allow an attacker to hijack MSN Messenger sessions, according to a bulletin published by a U.K. security researcher.

SSL Chip Handles 10,000 TPS

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Irish security vendor Accelerated Encryption Processing Ltd. on Monday will unveil two additions to its line of SSL accelerators, including a chip that can handle as many as 10,000 transactions per second.

House Approves $880M for Security Research

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Information security research and education efforts would get a huge financial boost under a bill passed Thursday by the U.S. House of Representatives.

Bush Pushes IT Security Spending

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Spending on security-related technology would jump to $4.2 billion from $2.7 billion this year. That increase is part of an overall hike in federal IT spending. Under Bush's budget plan, government agencies would get $52 billion in 2003 for IT projects, u

Linuxworld Letdown: Loose Security

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The buzz at Linuxworld in New York last week was security-or, rather, the conspicuous lack thereof.

Individual Privacy Is Endangered Species

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Individual privacy, whether that of a person browsing online, employees at work, medical patients or banking patrons, is increasingly being treated like a rowdy churl best tossed into the gutter, rather than a basic right to be handled with the utmost res

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