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IETF Shutters E-Mail Working Group

September 22, 2004 |
UPDATED: The working group's masters determine the best course of action is to let Sender ID sort itself out.
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AOL Dumps Sender ID

September 15, 2004 |
Microsoft's biggest ISP supporter has withdrawn its support for the anti-spam technology, internetnews.com has learned.
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Sender ID in Limbo

September 13, 2004 |
UPDATED: While the IETF seems to have stalled on adopting Sender ID, Microsoft officials are moving forward as planned with their e-mail authentication technology.
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MARID Floats Sender ID Compromise

September 08, 2004 |
With a seemingly impassible fissure between the open source community and Microsoft delaying authenticated e-mails, a workaround might be the answer.
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Working Together for More Secure Software

September 07, 2004 |
eSecurityPlanet's columnist Ken van Wyk takes a look at Software Security, a new discipline that calls for security concerns to be considered throughout design, testing, implementation and deployment. van Wyk says it's the only way to truly have secure software.
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Finding the Elusive Value in Penetration Testing

August 09, 2004 |
eSecurityPlanet's columnist Ken van Wyk takes a hard look at penetration testing -- what works and what doesn't. And he warns that it actually may not be telling you how secure your network is.
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Mozilla: Dollars for Security Bugs

August 04, 2004 |
The open source browser project puts up a bounty for the discovery of 'critical' security flaws.
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Bulletproof Linux: Fact or Fiction?

August 02, 2004 |
eSecurityPlanet's guest columnist, Steve Sundermeier, says Linux fans have long claimed that their favorite OS is safe from virus threats. But could that just be wishful thinking?
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Research Says Linux Servers Mostly Hack-Free

July 30, 2004 |
Research shows majority of Linux servers are never infected or hacked.
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eEye Stares Down Security Threats

July 26, 2004 |
The Blink security software helps companies safeguard against known and unknown network threats.
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OpenVMS: An Old OS Hasn't Lost Security Footing

July 13, 2004 |
Though some have thought that OpenVMS is yesterday's operating system, it's actually powering a lot of businesses, showing off its security and reliability.
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Mozilla Patches Vulnerability

July 12, 2004 |
There's no hiding from the rash of vulnerabilities hitting everyone's Web browsers these days.
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Apache Buffer Overflow Flaw Patched

June 30, 2004 |
A bug in popular open source server puts some users at risk of arbitrary code execution.
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Multiple Linux Flaws Reported

April 16, 2004 |
The more serious vulnerability could cause buffer overflows and lead to privilege escalation attacks.
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Stanford's Linux Supercomputers Compromised

April 14, 2004 |
A sophisticated password sniffing program called 'John the Ripper' is behind the attacks, but officials don't see coordinated effort.
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A Mysterious Solution to Your Security?

April 05, 2004 |
Imagine a circuit board that fits into a PCI slot of any machine running Windows or Linux, stops virus activity without requiring updated 'signature' files and thwarts hackers and malware. A Ukrainian company claims to have developed just such technology.
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DDoS Vulnerability Found in FreeBSD

March 02, 2004 |
Out-of-sequence packets can shut down a FreeBSD machine until its TCP port, or ports, are closed.
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Security Forces to Show Unified Front

February 20, 2004 |
Homeland Security officials will join experts from Microsoft and other IT firms in San Francisco next week to address the onslaught of malicious attacks.
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Programmers on Windows Code: Eyes Wide Shut

February 19, 2004 |
A look at the leaked chunks of Windows 2000 and NT might be tempting, but many programmers don't dare to even peek at Microsoft's naked code.
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Linux Kernel Flaws Uncovered

February 19, 2004 |
Malicious attackers could gain full super-user privileges, according to a security research firm.
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