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Okopipi leaps in where Blue Security left off  25 May 2006  Print E-mail
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Source: Search Security - Posted by Efren J. Belizario   
Latest News Defeated antispam vendor Blue Security may be no more, but that's not the case for its technology and its spam-fighting hubris. A new independent group called Okopipi intends to pick up where Blue Security left off by creating an open source, peer-to-peer software program that automatically sends "unsubscribe" messages to spammers and/or reports them to the proper authorities.

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Berners-Lee: Neutrality Preserves Net Openness  23 May 2006  Print E-mail
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Source: CIO.com - Posted by Efren J. Belizario   
Latest News The computer scientist credited with inventing the World Wide Web on Tuesday strongly condemned moves by U.S. broadband providers to control their subscribers’ content, saying it threatens the Internet’s greatest strength: openness.

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Feds Want Hacker's Genetic Code  13 May 2006  Print E-mail
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Source: Wired News - Posted by Eric Lubow   
Latest News Hacker Adrian Lamo is in trouble again, this time for failing to give the federal government his DNA. On Tuesday, federal probation officer Michael Sipe filed a notice of violation in a Northern California court accusing Lamo of refusing to submit a blood sample, in violation of Sipe's instructions and a 2-year-old federal law. "He reported to the probation office as instructed; however, he refused to provide a blood sample for DNA testing, in violation of the general condition of supervision requiring compliance with federal law," the filing reads.

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Troubleshooting crashed system, stranded 35,000  07 April 2006  Print E-mail
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Source: SFGate - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Latest News BART officials promised Thursday to thoroughly investigate why technicians risked working on computers that control trains while the transit system was running, work that crashed BART's main computer, stalled 50 to 60 trains, and stranded 35,000 passengers for more than an hour at the peak of the Wednesday evening commute. "The bottom line is we shouldn't have worked on it (during service hours)," BART spokesman Linton Johnson said. "We shouldn't have been working on it while trains were running."

 
(IN)SECURE Issue 6 has been released  30 March 2006  Print E-mail
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Source: Net-Security.org - LogError - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Latest News The latest edition of this free PDF digital security magazine is packed with content that caters all levels of knowledge. Get your copy today!

 
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