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Running Scared

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Outage shows network insecurity

Digital Graffiti

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Were teen's exploits political or personal?

The Meaning of Openhack III

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We've wrapped up our Openhack III competition, and no one busted in, so what did we learn?

Stop Using the Boogeyman to Sell Security

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The boogeyman may be a childish cliche, but security professionals use him all the time in their attempts to convince corporate management to buy into whatever project they're advocating.

Get the Most From Your Host

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Using a co-location facility to host your data? Ensure that each visit goes smoothly by using our handy checklist.

Online Privacy Will Be a Hot Issue in Congress This Year

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Congress is just getting under way, but Hill watchers believe online privacy quickly will become one of the year's highest-profile IT-related issues.

Look Whos Talking: February 5, 2001

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Want to find shelter from the chilly economic slowdown? Follow Candle's lead.

Openhack III Undefeated

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Shortly after 3 a.m. EST last Thursday, eWeek's third Openhack interactive security test finished its 17-day run with all prizes remaining unclaimed.

Software Automates Security Tasks

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Hoping to cash in on the trend toward managed security services, startup OneSecure Inc. this week will launch what it is calling the industry's first security management platform.

Tossing and Bashing George W. Bush

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Spencer was avoiding his deadlines and web surfing as usual when he accidentally hit upon the George W. Bush/ Albert Gore collector's coin at www.washingtonmint.com.

A Cool SSH Security Tool

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Putty, Simon Tatham's quietly developed SSH client, has become one of my most often used tools over the past several months, particularly during eWeek Labs' ongoing Openhack III security test.

Security Alliance Chock-Full of Holes

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I pity companies that make real products that solve real problems.

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