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Sendmail 8.10 Security Features  08 March 2000 
Source: - Posted by Team   
The general link above points to the new features in "the most powerful open source sendmail release ever". This link talks about the new general security features, and this one talks about the new anti-spam features. . . .
DOD Will Require Testing Of Security Products  06 March 2000 
Source: 32BitsOnline - Posted by Team   
"In a move to shore up security, the Department of Defense (DOD) will require that by July 1, 2002, DOD agencies buy only information assurance products that have been evaluated by accredited national laboratories, according to a directive issued this . . .
Using Apache ProxyPass to access servers behind a Masquarading host  05 March 2000 
Source: LinuxFocus - Posted by Team   
This article shows how a web-server behind a firewall can be accessed without compromising security. It discusses configuring the Apache ProxyPass option to allow external hosts to an internal network. . . .
Finger-pointing begins in Windows 2000 Bug Claims  04 March 2000 
Source: - Posted by Team   
Microsoft has been unable to douse allegations that one of the hotly anticipated technologies in Windows 2000 Server has a security hole. "If this had been a legitimate security bug, Microsoft would have admitted that," said Peter Houston, Microsoft's group . . .
Backups and Data Recovery, Part 1  04 March 2000 
Source: Linux Journal - Posted by Team   
Part 1 of this LJ series discusses "backup strategies, tools, and ways to make the whole process a bit less unpleasant." [Found on linuxtoday] . . .
Getting Hacked Could Lead to Getting Sued  02 March 2000 
Source: NY Law Journal - Posted by Team   
"Somebody's going to get sued; that's clear," said David J. Loundy, of Chicago's D'Ancona & Pflaum LLC. "Somebody's going to want a test case. The issue [is] whether there's going to be one or two of these suits, or whether . . .
Apache 1.3.12 Released  25 February 2000 
Source: - Posted by Team   
The Apache Software Foundation and The Apache Server Project are pleased to announce the release of version 1.3.12 of the Apache HTTP server. The primary changes in this version of Apache are those related to the ``cross site scripting'' . . .
Security and Apache: An Essential Primer  24 February 2000 
Source: LinuxPlanet - Posted by Team   
Here's a pretty well-written introduction to utilizing the access control mechanisms built into Apache. This includes the Apache security modules, controlling access by IP and username, using htaccess/htpasswd, among others. . . .
ITS4 software security scanner  22 February 2000 
Source: John Viega - Posted by Team   
John Viega posted the following message to bugtraq announcing a new security auditing tool. "I've put together a command-line tool for statically scanning C and C++ source code for security vulnerabilities. The tool is . . .
FBI Hacker Caseload Multiplies  18 February 2000 
Source: E-Commerce Times - Posted by Team   
The E-Commerce Times writes, "The rash of hacker attacks against Web sites continued this week, directed mainly against e-commerce sites, and the FBI reportedly is now investigating a total of 17 distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) intrusions." . . .
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