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Credit Cards Stolen From RealNames?  11 February 2000  Print E-mail
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Host Security "Internet search tool company RealNames has become the latest site to be cracked by Internet vandals -- only this time tens of thousands of customer credit cards and passwords may have been stolen." . . .
Japan Sites Hacked only with IDs, and Passwords  11 February 2000  Print E-mail
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Host Security Once again, using only passwords prove to be a insecure method of protection ... "The hackers behind a recent series of invasions of government-run Web sites may have gained access to the sites by stealing the user names and passwords . . .
Locking up Linux  08 February 2000  Print E-mail
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Host Security Anne Chen writes ... "Last summer, Linux backers at several companies had some explaining to do after hundreds of DNS servers running Version 5 of Red Hat Inc.'s Red Hat Linux operating system were compromised by hackers launching buffer overflow . . .
Cross Site Scripting Creates Huge Web Security Hole  04 February 2000  Print E-mail
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Host Security There is a significant security hole which cuts across all web browsers on all platforms, Cross Site Scripting (CSS). At its core CSS is about injecting malicous code (such as Javascript) into dynamically generated web pages. A simple . . .
IBM Extends Linux Support to Thin Clients  31 January 2000  Print E-mail
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Host Security IBM has announced that they are going to post information on their web site for their customers and software developers on how to implement Linux on their Network Stations series 2200 and 2800. This follows IBMs earlier precedent of . . .
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