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Sendmail Incorporates RSA Security Encryption Into its Sendmail Switch Family  24 May 2000 
Source: Newsalert - Posted by Team   
RSA Security Inc. today announced that Sendmail, Inc. has licensed RSA BSAFE(R) SSL-C encryption software. The company will incorporate Secure Socket layer-based encryption technology into its family of Sendmail Switch products to help protect their users' e-mail from interception and/or . . .
PGP 5.0 Key Generation Flaw  24 May 2000 
Source: ISN Mailing List - Posted by Team   
A flaw has been found in the randomness gathering code of PGP 5. PGP 5 will, under certain well-defined circumstances, generate public/private key pairs with no or only a small amount of randomness. Such keys are insecure. Chances are very . . .
European Union sets free export of encryption products  23 May 2000 
Source: Telepolis [Slashdot] - Posted by Team   
The EU has reportedly decided that allowing the export of crypto is a good thing, despite the best efforts of the US to prevent it. Even France agrees. "But they can't any longer block the export. Companies are . . .
Secrecy for Everyone, as Encryption Goes to Market  20 May 2000 
Source: NYT --    - Posted by Team   
Austin Hill has become skilled at speaking for those hard-core computer programmers who spend their time making sure that no one not hackers nor marketers nor government investigators can pull aside the curtains cloaking their electronic domains. As president of . . .
Secrecy for Everyone, as Encryption Goes to Market  18 May 2000 
Source: New York Times - Posted by Team   
"As president of Zero-Knowledge Systems, which builds privacy software, Mr. Hill has spoken at conferences around North America, espousing the credo that a person's online movements are no one else's business. ... Many companies have also published the code that . . .
SSH: From Secure Administration to Virtual Private Networking  16 May 2000 
Source: LinuxToday - Posted by Team   
OpenSSH is an inexpensive improvement well worth the minimal effort required to install and configure it. You can also use SSH to set up simple "circuit level" VPNs. In this article, we take a hands-on look at the two . . .
Crypto-Gram May 15  15 May 2000 
Source: Counterpane - Posted by Team   
Crypto-Gram is a free monthly newsletter providing summaries, analyses, insights, and commentaries on computer security and cryptography. This month Bruce Schneier discusses ILOVEYOU, more on Microsoft kerberos, and what it's going to take before we learn from previous mistkes. . . .
Snake Oil Warning Signs  15 May 2000 
Source: RootPrompt - Posted by Team   
Why ``snake oil''? The term is used in many fields to denote something sold without consideration of its quality or its ability to fulfill its vendor's claims. This term originally applied to elixirs sold in traveling medicine shows. The salesmen . . .
Installing SSH-2 on SuSE 6.x and other System V based systems  10 May 2000 
Source: LinuxNewbie [LinuxToday] - Posted by Team   
SSH Secure Shell is the de facto standard for remote logins, with an estimated three million users in 80 countries. It solves the most important security problem on the Internet: hackers stealing passwords. Typical applications include remote system administration, file . . .
PKI: Be Careful What You Wish For  06 May 2000 
Source: InfoSecurity --    - Posted by Team   
For years now, the IT industry has anxiously anticipated the arrival of the public-key infrastructure (PKI), a magical technology that would, in one fell swoop, solve the problems of authentication, confidentiality and single sign-on for the corporate world. Businesses continue . . .
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