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IBM obtains approval to ship PCs with 256bit security.  01 March 2000 
Source: NetWorld Fusion -   - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
"IBM Wednesday will announce that it has obtained approval from the U.S. government to sell business computers with 256-bit digital key encryption globally. . . .
 
Free Crypto Offered to Schools  28 February 2000 
Source: Wired News - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
"While federal investigators continue their hunt for the folks behind the recent denial-of-service attacks that crippled some of the Internet's biggest players, security companies are plying their wares with a vengeance." . . .
 
Crypto Confab Heats Up  28 February 2000 
Source: Wired.com -    - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
This would have been fun to attend! Declan McCullaugh writes ..."Take about 140 cryptographers, fly them to a remote Caribbean island, mix well with beach parties, endless supplies of rum punch, and toss in . . .
 
Professor allowed to post encryption program online  24 February 2000 
Source: News.com - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Certainly sounds like a step in the right direction. "The United States will let a computer scientist put instructions for writing a powerful computer data-scrambling program on his Web site, but his high-profile lawsuit challenging U.S. export restrictions on . . .
 
eSoft Opens Linux 'Gateway'  23 February 2000 
Source: E-Commerce Times - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Gateway and eSoft will collaborate to bring business applications to Linux. "eSoft, Inc. (Nasdaq: ESFT), the developer of the TEAM Internet Linux software suite, announced a strategic alliance Wednesday with Gateway, Inc. (NYSE: GTW) to advance Linux-based Internet software and . . .
 
Red Hat Enterprise Edition Product Line Optimizes Solutions for Top E-business Applications  22 February 2000 
Source: Yahoo E-Biz - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Red Hat has released an enterprise version of Linux that is developed to work with specific server applications, such as Oracle 8i, Computer Associates products, and SAP R/3. "The Red Hat Linux Enterprise Edition product line is a collaborative effort . . .
 
Digital Signatures - It's (Becoming) The Law  21 February 2000 
Source: SecurityPortal - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
This SecurityPortal article discusses digital signatures, including the problems associated with them, and their adoption in businesses. . . .
 
Crypto must be controlled -- FBI director  21 February 2000 
Source: Theregister.com - Thomas C. Greene    - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
One small step backwards in electronic freedom. Thomas C. Greene writes..."FBI Director Louis Freeh remains determined to require cryptography users to register their keys so that the Bureau can crack their secret files whenever a judge can be persuaded . . .
 
New 3Com NIC with Encryption?  20 February 2000 
Source: 3Com - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Here's info on a new 3Com ethernet card that has encryption built-in. Does Linux support this card and the encryption features on it? It includes IPSec and 3DES encryption support. Email us at webmaster@linuxsecurity.com and we'll post the . . .
 
Intel Unveils Encryption As You Type  19 February 2000 
Source: TechWeb.com - David Lammers    - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
This is a very interesting article about the future of cryptography. David Lammers writes ... "At the Intel Developer Forum, Intel unveiled a copy protection scheme that will add a layer of encryption between the system and . . .
 
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