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Credit Card Fraud Crippling Online Merchants  20 March 2000  Print E-mail
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Source: E-Commerce Times - Posted by Team   
Host Security According to Alvin Cameron, Credit/Loss Prevention Manager for online fulfillment house Digital River, an estimated 20 to 40 percent of online purchases are fraud attempts. Accordingly, Cameron says, e-tailers are now facing a do-or-die proposition. "Merchants who cannot control . . .
Backups and Data Recover, Part 3  17 March 2000  Print E-mail
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Source: Linux Journal - Posted by Team   
Host Security This is the third part in a series on that discusses the use of tar, cpio, taper, and other methods for actually creating backups. . . .
Internet Security Holes  14 March 2000  Print E-mail
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Host Security More than half of businesses on the Internet leave themselves open to security breaches because they fail to safeguard themselves. A survey of e-businesses discovered one-half to three-quarters of businesses connected to the Internet have at least one of . . .
UK Wants Tighter E-Trading Laws  14 March 2000  Print E-mail
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Host Security This Wired article talks about the short reach of authority on the Web. "In the U.K., London-based Financial Services Authority can shut down any unacceptable Web site that doesn't follow British law, but the agency's reach is limited. [...] . . .
China suffers first big hack attack  14 March 2000  Print E-mail
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Source: Financial Times - Posted by Team   
Host Security This article talks about how the web site was hit "just like the recent hack attack that shut down and the other US sites. He bombarded the site with so many messages, the system could not cope," It . . .
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