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eNom Updates Website Security Offering with Comodo SSL Certificates  28 October 2010 
Source: Comodo - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
eNom, Inc., the world's largest ICANN accredited domain name wholesaler, owned by Demand Media, today announced that its existing Secure Business Services (SBS) range of website security will be replaced with comodo.
 
How to protect against Firesheep attacks  27 October 2010 
Source: Network World - Posted by Alex   
Security experts today suggested ways Firefox users can protect themselves against Firesheep, the new browser add-on that lets amateurs hijack users' access to Facebook, Twitter and other popular services.
 
Linux Flaws Provide Root Access To Hackers  26 October 2010 
Source: IT Pro Portal - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Security experts have discovered two vulnerabilities in the Linux operating system platform that could grant attackers root privileges on an infected system.
 
Stonesoft Warns Of Complex Hacking Technique Vulnerability  22 October 2010 
Source: Information Week - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Most intrusion detection and prevention systems (IDS/IPS) are vulnerable to being exploited by attackers who combine multiple evasion techniques at once, according to Stonesoft, a Finnish security firm.
 
Mozilla releases Firefox & Thunderbird security updates  20 October 2010 
Source: H Security - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Mozilla has released updates for the Firefox web browser and for the Thunderbird news and email client, closing a number of critical security vulnerabilities in those open source products. The latest security and stability update to the 3.6.x branch of Firefox addresses a total of 9 security issues, including five that Mozilla lists as critical, two high-level bugs and one rated as moderate.
 
Linux replacing Windows in datacenters  19 October 2010 
Source: India Times - Posted by Alex   
Little surprisingly cost remains a factor in Linux adoption. However, the survey also points out to factors such as security and technical superiority among top drivers.
 
Finding Security in an Insecure World  18 October 2010 
Source: Tech News World - Posted by Anthony Pell   
There are more than a few reasons to feel uneasy these days, and whether it's security for your home or security for your business, there are technology solutions that go a long way toward calming worries. ADT Pulse for your home and McAfee for your large business are both comprehensive and easily managed systems that do their jobs well.
 
Google's Five-Step Checklist for a Hacker-Free Life  18 October 2010 
Source: PC Magazine - Posted by Alex   
Priya Nayak, who works in consumer operations under Google's "Google Accounts" wing, puts it best: "My Google Account is very valuable to me." And thus, in honor of National Cyber Security Awareness month, Nayak has taken to the Google blogs to dish out a list of helpful security measures one can use to have an online life that's hacker-free.
 
DARPA Project To Tackle Inside Security Threats  15 October 2010 
Source: Dark Reading - Posted by Alex   
The technology research arm of the Department of Defense (DoD) plans to develop technology to determine ahead of time when soldiers or other government insiders may become a threat to themselves or others.
 
Top 5 Mistakes Made by Linux First-Timers  14 October 2010 
Source: Washington Post - Posted by Anthony Pell   
One of the big differences between Linux and Windows is that Linux users don't typically have "root," or administrator, access. That's a very good thing for security, and it's something you should take care to preserve by not running as root unnecessarily.
 
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