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Everything You Need to Know About Installing a Secure Linux Environment  18 April 2000 
Source: Axent - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
AXENT is hosting a webcast on April 27th on how to secure a Linux box. "AXENT Technologies, Inc., one of the world's leading Internet security solutions providers for e-business, today announced "Everything you Need to Know About Installing a . . .
 
The Ultimate Anti-Virus Software: Linux  18 April 2000 
Source: LinuxPlanet - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Here's an article on LinuxPlanet that is a conversation between a fellow Linux advocate and a Windows user about viruses. ""Linux?" Slots laughed and shook his head. "Why, Linux is less secure than Windows. Everybody knows it's by hackers . . .
 
Open Source - Why it's Good for Security  18 April 2000 
Source: SecurityPortal --    - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Hiding your program's (or operating system's) source code doesn't buy you the security that you'd expect. Hackers have been reverse engineering or doing "Black Box analysis" for years. Just because I can't see the original C source code for a . . .
 
Eric S. Raymond: Designed for Insecurity  17 April 2000 
Source: LinuxToday.com    - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
The status of the "back door" I discussed in "Microsoft: Designed For Insecurity" is now uncertain. Since the problem was reported on 14 April by BugTraq and the Wall Street Journal, one of the people involved in discovering it has . . .
 
Lax Corporate Policies  14 April 2000 
Source: TechWeb - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Many companies are taking a surprisingly laid-back approach to IT security amid the recent escalation in cyber assaults. A large number of businesses fail to update and consistently review their security policies, which determine the business assets they need . . .
 
Home Is Where The Hack Is  13 April 2000 
Source: PC Week - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
A DSL user investigated the level of security of his new DSL Internet connection. "I found that my computer was as wide open as it could possibly be," Hoffman said. "Anybody could take control of my computer. Anyone in . . .
 
Getting Small with Linux, Part 2  11 April 2000 
Source: LinuxJournal --    - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
This week, I want to concentrate on network administration with a look at one tiny distribution that bills itself as the "Linux Security Toolkit". This is Trinux, a two (or more)-floppy Linux distribution whose claim to fame is the concentration . . .
 
US West Customers Vulnerable to Hackers  10 April 2000 
Source: InfoWar - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
This InfoWar article talks about the (in)security of DSL lines, "What if you hired a private butler, only to discover that the nice old gentleman was quietly giving away copies of the keys to your house? That's the experience some . . .
 
Security Among All Operating Systems  07 April 2000 
Source: 32 bits Online --    - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
"Linux is more secure out of the box than win95 or 98, which is easy because Microsoft provides NO way to secure either win95 OR 98. Period. Linux is NOT more secure out of the box than OpenBSD. Nothing . . .
 
Open source fans break strong encryption  05 April 2000 
Source: ZDNet|UK - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
A group of French scientists joined forces with open source enthusiasts this week and claim to have broken a public encryption key of unprecedented strength (108-bit), snatching a world's first in code-breaking. It took 597 different computers, 6 months of . . .
 
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