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Code Red Worm Exposes Security Flaws

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In the wake of the massive infection of Web servers by the Code Red worm, systems administrators and security experts are doing a lot of finger-pointing over who is to blame for one of the Internet's most far-reaching security events.

Think Carefully Before Volunteering to Be a Security Vendors Guinea Pig

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Market downturn or not, the drawing power of the "cutting edge" remains a powerful force.

The Course of Internet Privacy Legislation Is Tough to Follow

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For a tumultuous trip, you could head for your nearest roller coaster this summer.

Fear Not, Security Tyros

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Security Transformation: Digital Defense Strategies To Protect Your Company's Reputation & Market Share

Apache Avoids Most Security Woes

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The Apache Software Foundation Inc.'s Apache HTTP Server has earned what many hope for and few achieve: an enviable security reputation.

The Man With a Plan

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FTC chairman develops privacy agenda

Guaranteed to Keep the Bugs Out

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MessageLabs, a British managed security service provider, will officially enter the U.S. market this week promising customers a full refund if any viruses get through its e-mail protection offering.

IT Bugs Out Over IIS Security

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Microsoft's platform flaws have users mulling switch to rival Web servers

Net Vigilance

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Security sentinels help you outflank the bad guys

I Read the News Today, Oh Boy

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I-managers say security is their top priority. And for good reason.

Russian Mafia Net Threat

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Organized crime rings in Russia and the rest of the former Soviet Union are increasingly hacking into U.S. e-commerce and banking Web sites, posing an enormous economic threat.

The Buzz: July 16, 2001

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Webvan, the most pro-minent online grocer, has made its last delivery.

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