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Microsoft Enables Identity Info Sharing

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Microsoft Corp. last week announced plans for a technology called TrustBridge, which it said will help businesses securely share customer identity information.

iGate Deploys Web Security With Ease

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Rainbow Technologies has announced an alternative to VPN-based security: NetSwift iGate, a security appliance that protects Web-enabled corporate resources via two-factor user authentication.

GeekSpeak: June 10, 2002

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Privilege separation makes openssh more secure.

Joining Forces for Homeland Security

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President Bush's proposed Department of Homeland Security seeks to unify many of the government's information security assets.

Microsofts New Web Security Play

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The company on Thursday announced plans for a new technology called TrustBridge it says will help businesses securely share customer identity information.

Red-Ms Bluetooth Server Vulnerable

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@stake identifies numerous flaws in the Bluetooth short-range wireless access points sold by Red-M, the most serious of which could compromise the administration password.

Sourcefire Hires New CEO

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The intrusion-detection system vendor looks to Aether's Wayne Jackson to bring it into the top tier of security companies.

Patches Pose Pesky Problems for OSes

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Security patches remind me of the patches that drivers used to stick on the inner tubes of blown tires.

Coming Clean on Patches

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A security researcher's decision to expose holes has vendors scrambling.

On the Patch Patrol

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Motorola picks MSP Foundstone to protect its systems perimeter.

Tools Can Streamline OS Patching

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IT managers can and should demand cleaner code, and technology vendors can and should meet that demand.

Exchange 2000 Gets DoS Patch

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Microsoft releases a patch for a new denial-of-service vulnerability in Exchange 2000.

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