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2005 Semi-Annual Web Security Trends Report  03 October 2005 
Posted by LogError   
Websense released the 2005 Semi-Annual Web Security Trends Report issued by Websense Security Labs. The new report summarizes findings for the first half of 2005 and presents projections for the upcoming year.
(IN)SECURE Magazine Issue 3  16 August 2005 
Source: LogError - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
The third issue of (IN)SECURE, a free digital security magazine published in PDF format, has been released:

ActiveState Releases ActivePerl, ActivePython & ActiveTcl for Sun's Solaris 10  28 June 2005 
Source: Kerry - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
ActiveState, a leading provider of developer tools and services for dynamic languages, today announced the release of ActiveState's ActivePerl, ActivePython, and ActiveTcl language distributions for Sun's Solaris 10 Operating System (OS) for SPARC, x86 and x64 systems. The release underlines ActiveState's commitment to providing developers with up-to-date scripting languages on Sun Solaris 10.

(IN)SECURE Digital Security Magazine issue 2 is out  17 June 2005 
Posted by LogError   
The second issue of (IN)SECURE, a free digital security magazine published in PDF format, has been released:

Talking with Richard Stallman  12 June 2005 
Source: - Posted by Vincenzo Ciaglia   
1) Let's start. Can you explain to our readers why you started with FSF in 1984? What did you need of? Why you created it?
What I started in 1984 was the development of the GNU operating system. All the operating systems for modern computers of the day were proprietary; users were forbidden to share them, and could not get the source code to change them. The only way to use computers in freedom was to replace those systems with a free operating system. That's what GNU was meant to do. The Free Software Foundation was started in late 1985 to raise funds for GNU development, and more generally to promote free software.
Interview with the guru of Python  26 May 2005 
Source: - Posted by Vincenzo Ciaglia   
An italian web magazine interviewed Guido Van Rossum, the guru of Python. An interesting interview has been created Read Here!
Interview with Richard Stallman  25 April 2005 
Source: - Posted by Vincenzo Ciaglia   
An Italian web magazine,, has published an interesting interview with Richard Stallman. The interview deal of GPL news, Free Bios, Software Patents and much more. It could be interesting for each GNU/Linux user.
Fighters Against Child Porn Face Spyware Battle, Too  14 March 2005 
Source: - Posted by Vincenzo Ciaglia   
very person or organization that spends time surfing the Web faces the risk of spyware and viruses. For those who spend time investigating sites that specialize in child pornography and other illicit material, the risk is even greater. That's why software to protect their machines is crucial. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children on Wednesday began migrating its systems to Active Directory. That deployment had been on hold because of the large quantities of spyware, pop-ups, and other malicious software the center's workers ran into as they investigated potentially illicit Web sites, according to Steve Gelfound, director of IT at the center.

What's The Best VoIP System For SMBs?  15 February 2005 
Source: - Posted by Vincenzo Ciaglia   
Making phone calls using a broadband Internet connection, more fondly known as VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), is becoming more and more popular with corporations of every size. The prospect of paying a flat fee for unlimited long-distance phone calls is appealing to every company that has struggled to balance the need to conduct business phone calls with the price of those calls. Calling plans are now available that provide unlimited minutes to any U.S. or Canadian phone number by routing the voice traffic over an existing broadband connection shared with the company's Internet access.

Internet Mobilizes To Aid Tsunami Victims  04 January 2005 
Source: - Posted by Vincenzo Ciaglia   
From bloggers to multi-billion-dollar tech vendors, the Internet community gave its money and resources to help victims of the Asian tsunamis. Here's a roundup of our stories on the subject, including moving reports from a blogger who described the toll via cell-phone text messaging, and other bloggers who wrote what they saw from the scene of the carnage.

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