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Controversial research to be presented at USENIX security conference  20 July 2001 
Source: Newsforge - Posted by Jen Olson   
The USENIX Association today confirmed the inclusion of a controversial research paper to its Security Symposium to be held in Washington, DC next month. The paper reveals inherent security risks with the recording industry's digital music access-control technologies. Dr. Edward Felten, . . .
Controversial research to be presented at USENIX  20 July 2001 
Source: NewsForge - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
NewsForge writes, "The USENIX Association today confirmed the inclusion of a controversial research paper to its Security Symposium to be held in Washington, DC next month. The paper reveals inherent security risks with the recording industry's digital music access-control technologies. Dr. . . .
CERT: Multiple Vulnerabilities in Several Implementations of the Lightweight Directory Access Protoc  17 July 2001 
Source: CERT - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Several implementations of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) protocol contain vulnerabilities that may allow denial-of-service attacks, unauthorized privileged access, or both. If your site uses any of the products listed in this advisory, the CERT/CC encourages you to follow the . . .
Def Con wears a white hat now  16 July 2001 
Source: ZDNet - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Is hacking starting to lose its culture? Though black clothing still dominated and clusters of hackers exchanging information was still the norm, the crowd at this year's Def Con was older and appeared to be far more professional. "It is more laid back this year," acknowledged Jeff Moss, the founder of the conference, now in its ninth year.. . .
At Black Hat, ties seen tightening between hackers, legal officials  16 July 2001 
Source: Computer World - Posted by Pete O'Hara   
Hackers, computer security managers and law enforcement officials teamed up at this week's Black Hat Briefings conference to discuss their respective roles in securing the Internet and to urge attendees who engage in hacking activities to stay on the right side . . .
Hackers in Suits? Gadzooks!  15 July 2001 
Source: Wired - Posted by Dave Wreski   
For nine years, Defcon has been known as the world's most exuberant party for hackers and hacker hopefuls who gather in sin city for a rollicking good time. Conference organizers call it the "annual computer underground party for hackers," and Defcon . . .
Security showdown: Black Hat vs. Def Con  11 July 2001 
Source: ZDNet - Posted by Derrick Lewis   
Las Vegas plays host to two separate security conferences this week--one for people who guard computer systems, another for those who break into them. System administrators and hackers, CIOs and script kiddies will all gather in the desert to trade information, . . .
Hackers Convene Amid Signs Computer Security Is Eroding  10 July 2001 
Source: Newsfactor - Posted by Pete O'Hara   
Hacker conventions, such as those being held in Las Vegas this week, are no longer considered the sinister gatherings they once were. If the slot machines get a little screwy this week, casino detectives will have plenty of suspects. Thousands of computer hackers and security experts begin converging in Las Vegas Tuesday for the annual Black Hat Briefings and Def Con convention on computer security.. . .
IT directors not gambling on security  09 July 2001 
Source: ZDNet - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Despite high profile security breaches the issue is still not a priority for many, a survey finds Half of IT directors are willing to bet less than £1 that their IT systems are safe from hacker attack, according to a . . .
User group proposes OS security standards  06 July 2001 
Source: vnunet - Posted by Nick DeClario   
The Center for Internet Security (CIS), a coalition of internet user groups, yesterday released the first set of minimum security standards for operating systems. Starting off with specs for Solaris, the user group plans to introduce similar standards for Windows, as . . .
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