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Get the latest open source security news delivered to your mailbox each week. Our 'Linux Security Week' newsletter summarizes the most notable security issues and the latest developments within the Linux and open source communities. It is distributed every Monday morning by the editorial staff at Guardian Digital.


Linux Advisory Watch: April 4th 2005  04 April 2005 
Source: LinuxSecurity.com Contributors - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
This week, perhaps the most interesting articles include "The Corporate Security Sourcebook for Today's Global Economy," "The demise of traditional perimeter defences," and "Why Due Diligence as a Defense is Not Enough."
 
Linux Advisory Watch: March 25th 2005  24 March 2005 
Source: LinuxSecurity.com Contributors - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
This week, advisories were released for cyrus-imapd, curl, xloadimage, xli, PERL, slypheed, libgal2, libsoup, evolution, gimp, procps, lsof, lockdev, xloadimage, mailman, boost, kdelibs, firefox, thunderbird, mozilla, devhelp, epiphany, rxvt, LTris, MySQL, ethereal, ipsec-tools, and ImageMagick. The distributors include Conectiva, Debian, Fedora, Genotoo, Mandrake, Red Hat, and SuSE.

 
Linux Security Week: March 21st 2005  21 March 2005 
Source: LinuxSecurity.com Contributors - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
This week, perhaps the most interesting articles include "An Illustrated Guide to Cryptographic Hashes," "Reliability and availability: What's the difference," and "How to justify information security spending."

 
Linux Security Week: March 14th 2005  14 March 2005 
Source: LinuxSecurity.com Contributors - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
This week, perhaps the most interesting articles include "Digital encryption standard flawed," "An Illustrated Guide to Cryptographic Hashes," "Will SELinux Become More Widely Adopted?"

 
Linux Security Week: March 7th 2005  07 March 2005 
Source: LinuxSecurity.com Contributors - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
This week, perhaps the most interesting articles include "Firewalls' False Sense of Security," "Easy Automated Snapshot-Style Backups with Linux and Rsync," and "Why you should perform regular security audits."

 
Linux Security Week: February 28th 2005  27 February 2005 
Source: LinuxSecurity.com Contributors - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
This week, perhaps the most interesting articles include "Linux kernel to include IPv6 firewall," "Automated Patching: An Easier Approach to Managing Your Network Security," and "Honeypot Project finds decline in Linux attacks."

 
Linux Security Week: February 21st 2005  20 February 2005 
Source: LinuxSecurity.com Contributors - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
This week, perhaps the most interesting articles include "Securing Linux with Mandatory Access Controls," " Providing Database Encryption," and "Wi-Fi Alliance to Beef up Security."

 
Linux Security Week - February 14th 2005  13 February 2005 
Source: LinuxSecurity.com Contributors - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
This week, perhaps the most interesting articles include "Security best practices for Red Hat and Fedora Core," "Chat Transcript: Real World Linux Security with Bob Toxen," and "Linux Kernel Security is Lacking."

 
Linux Security Week: February 7th 2005  07 February 2005 
Source: LinuxSecurity.com Contributors - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
This week, perhaps the most interesting articles include "Getting to Know Linux Security: File Permissions," "Reporting Kernel Security Issues," and "Linux software can secure an entire network."

 
Linux Advisory Watch: February 4th 2005  04 February 2005 
Source: LinuxSecurity.com Contributors - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
This week, advisories were released for squirrelmail, prozilla, cpio, openswan, enscript, zlib, gaim, cvs, openssl, curl, ruby, rhgh, file, net-tools, gimp, squid, dump, mc, dbus, kdepim, xpdf, kernel, ngIRCd, tikiwiki, f2c, ncfs, clamav, imap, chbg, vim, perl-dbi, and ethereal. The distributors include Debian, Fedora, Gentoo, Mandrake, and Red Hat.

 
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