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Full Text of Underground Available for Download  18 January 2001 
Source: underground-book.org - Posted by Dave Wreski   
The full text of "Underground: tales of hacking, madness and obsession on the electronic frontier" is now available for download. ""Underground is the compelling true story of the rise of the computer underground and the crimes of an elite group of . . .
 
Most Secure OS Contest  18 January 2001 
Source: Net-Security - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Help Net Security has organized a contest in which participants have to write an opinion on the "most secure OS". The best five opinions will be published on the site and their authors will get a free copy of The FreeBSD . . .
 
LIDS FAQ v.01 Available  15 January 2001 
Source: Steve Bremer - Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
Steve Bremer has recently completed the LIDS FAQ. This is a very useful document and does an excellent job of explaining LIDS installation and configuration from the bottom-up.
 
CERT® Advisory CA-2001-01 Interbase Server Contains Compiled-in Back Door Account  12 January 2001 
Source: CERT/CC - Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
Interbase is an open source database package that is distributed by Borland/Inprise at http://www.borland.com/interbase/ and on SourceForge. The Firebird Project, an alternate Interbase package, is also distributed on SourceForge. The Interbase server for both distributions contains a compiled-in back door account . . .
 
Updated Secure Programming for Linux and Unix HOWTO  03 January 2001 
Source: David Wheeler - Posted by Dave Wreski   
David Wheeler has made major modifications to his HOWTO. "Version 2.70 released, adding a significant amount of additional material, such as a significant expansion of the discussion of cross-site malicious content, HTML/URI filtering, and handling temporary files.". . .
 
LinuxPPC Security Primer, Part I  29 December 2000 
Source: Jeff Vagle - Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
Jeff Vagle writes: "So you've bought that new G4 you've been eyeing for lo these many months. Or perhaps you've blown the dust off of some aging Performa you've kept in your basement. Either way, you've decided to install Linux on . . .
 
Building Linux and OpenBSD Firewalls  18 November 2000 
Source: LinuxGurus.org - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Just because your paranoid does not mean they are not really after you. It is an old saying but one that applies equally well to network security, just because you have not been attacked does not mean someone is not trying. . . .
 
The Art of Good Computer Security Writing  07 November 2000 
Source: SecurityPortal - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Good computer security documentation teaches practical solutions clearly. Yet, too often security documents suffer from too little explanation and too technical language. Much technical documentation in general, and computer security material in particular, assumes too much on the reader's part. For . . .
 
Finns take aim at Oracle 'insecurity'  29 October 2000 
Source: The Register - Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
Mike Magee writes "CEO and president Hannu Turunen, who worked at Oracle until he started the software firm six years back, said: "Oracle has no secure solution at the moment. The database market is huge. There is practically no secure software . . .
 
Hitting the Bull's Eye  15 September 2000 
Source: InfoSecMagazine - Posted by Dave Wreski   
For those of you looking for information on creating some structure for change controls and performing security updates in your organization... "Most of the technical vulnerabilities discovered when performing a systems audit or penetration test are the result of faulty administration . . .
 
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