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Govt Plans Security Nerve Center

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Cyber Warning Incident Network Analysis Center would provide early warning and analysis of security events, says Howard Schmidt, vice chairman of the Critical Infrastructure Protection Board.

Flaws Leave OpenSSH, Windows Vulnerable

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Newly discovered flaws in the widely deployed software products present serious security problems for both users and network administrators.

Enron: Security Woes, Too?

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March issue preview: Potential breaches at the troubled energy trader show that security pitfalls are often dug from within.

GIBE Virus Poses As Microsoft E-Mail

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The W32/GIBE worm which went into effect Wednesday seems to have done very little damage, even though the worm posed as a security update from Microsoft.

Klez Worm Not Living Up to Hype

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Despite dire predictions from some anti-virus companies of widespread file deletions and other damage, the supposed activation of the payload carried by the Klez.E Internet worm turned into a major non-event Wednesday.

RADIUS Clients, Servers Open to DOS Attacks

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There are two remotely exploitable security vulnerabilities in numerous implementations of the RADIUS protocol that enable attackers to launch denial-of-service attacks against both clients and servers.

Destructive Worm Set To Go Off Wednesday

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March 6 is when one of the most prevalent security threats is timed to deliver its payload. Here's what you can do.

Security Proposal Renews Old Debate

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A proposal for a new process for disclosing security vulnerabilities has reignited the old debate over how flaws should be published and whether there's any way to regulate the process.

Online Kit Lets Even Novices Create Viruses

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Security vendors are warning of a new Web site that contains a simple virus-generating kit that would enable even the most inexperienced computer user to create and release a virus.

Anti-virus Makers Pushing Automation

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Anti-virus vendors are readying technologies that will speed updating and propagation processes in an effort to outpace the wave of infections during virus outbreaks.

Network Defenses Cant Foil Viruses

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Virus outbreaks are continuing to get worse even as network defenses continue to advance, according to a new survey.

Bodacion Offers $100K to Crack Hydra

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Bodacion Technologies is so confident that the cryptographic scheme in its Hydra Internet Server is unbreakable that it is offering $100,000 to anyone who can crack the system.

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