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Leave Security to Insiders

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Protecting networks from outside attack is far too important to just run "by the numbers."

Code Red Lessons, Big and Small

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IT managers and users alike who were affected by the Code Red worm have gone through the latest round of requisite security "lessons learned."

Ballmer Stirs Crowd With Monster Mash

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Images of "Young Frankenstein" came rushing back to the Whiskered One last week as he watched a video clip of Steve Ballmer that was making its way around the Web.

Wireless LANs Dealt New Blow

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Security goes from bad to worse

E-Theft: Whos Liable?

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Watch out, online merchants: here comes the law.

Operator No. 9: August 6, 2001

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CEOs of data security companies must patiently pray that - yes! - this will be the week that some freaky, out-of- control virus metastasizes across the Internet, bringing everything in its path to a crashing halt and thereby demonstrating the ne

The Buzz: August 6, 2001

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The Russian software developer arrested last month by the FBI for allegedly violating the controversial U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act is almost reaching cult status, with support groups cropping up all over the Internet.

Security Must Be Baked In, Not Painted On

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A wave of hysteria, a brief surge in traffic, a burst of defacements-by now, it's a familiar story.

Code Red: Guard Your Apps

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Attackers are worming their way around the network

A Net Unprotected

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Security experts are warning that the problems spawned by the malicious computer program Code Red may be dwarfed by the pain that lies ahead.

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.

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