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IPv6 wins support as third-generation multimedia protocol  29 May 2000 
Source: InfoWorld - Posted by Team   
"... The proposal, which paves the way to make IPv6 the standard protocol in third-generation mobile multimedia networks, was accepted this week in a plenary session of the system architecture group of the 3GPP (Third-Generation Partnership Project), Nokia said in . . .
Can IPv6 replace SSL?  29 May 2000 
Source: - Posted by Team   
Reto Haeni has written this paper that gives a brief overview of the features of IPv6 and discuss its security specifications. In the later sections of the paper, he compares the security specifications of IPv6 to one of today's available . . .
Secure Web-2-WAP File Transfers now Possible  26 May 2000 
Source: --   - Posted by Team   
Accessing the Web using WAP (Wireless Application Protocol)-enabled mobile phones may be all the rage, but what about the security issues? While it is possible to encrypt selected sections of the Web using a desktop PC with conventional browser and . . .
Warning: Wireless Traffic Jams Loom  24 May 2000 
Source: PCWorld --    - Posted by Team   
The spectrum used by the LANs' signals is expected to become crowded so quickly that companies could find themselves replacing all of their wireless equipment in just two to three years, as wireless technology is forced to move to less . . .
Always-on Internet Security  24 May 2000 
Source: Computer Currents --    - Posted by Team   
The two best things about those fast Internet connections you get from cable, DSL, and ISDN are that you don't have to dial a number to connect to the Internet, and they are also easy to share over a network. . . .
Intrusion Detection on Linux  23 May 2000 
Source: SecurityFocus --   - Posted by Team   
This article focuses on several host-based intrusion detection systems that are available on Linux. In particular, I will cover some of the basics of installing setting up these packages, how they are useful, and in what circumstances they can be . . .
Slashdot struck by denial-of-service attacks  22 May 2000 
Source: [Yahoo!] - Posted by Team, the "news for nerds" Web site popular among Linux fans, fell victim to a series of hacker attacks for three days last week. The site was taken down intermittently by a series of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks Thursday, . . .
Best Practices in Network Security  20 May 2000 
Source: Network Magazine - Posted by Team   
In this article, Frederick M. Avolio discusses developing a security policy, developing a security architecture, network security ground rules, and much more. This is a really good article. "Developing a sound security strategy involves keeping one eye on the . . .
Kerberos Loophole May Close Around Microsoft's Neck  20 May 2000 
Source: Industry Standard [Yahoo!] - Posted by Team   
The implications of Microsoft's propreitary "extensions" to Kerberos could be pretty far-reaching. "As a legal wrangle develops over whether the Linux/open-source news Web site can post messages containing what Microsoft calls a "trade secret," key members of the . . .
Updated CERT Advisory on Kerberos Vulnerabilities  20 May 2000 
Source: CERT - Posted by Team   
The Computer Emergency Response Team has updated their advisory on the recent Kerberos buffer overflow vulnerabilities. Most vendors have updated their packages already to fix this vulnerability. "The most severe vulnerability allows remote intruders to gain root privileges . . .
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