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How to Set Up a Secure Proxy Server in Ubuntu Linux  01 July 2013 
Source: Opposing Views - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Internet security is almost an oxymoron, as a computer connected to the Internet is the least secure of machines. However, many organizations have found ways to protect the internal network from Internet attacks as well as ensure that employees are not violating the Internet use policy.
How Hackers Beat The NSA In The ’90s And How They Can Do It Again  01 July 2013 
Source: Tech Crunch - Posted by Dave Wreski   
While the world parses the ramifications of the National Security Agency’s massive snooping operation, it’s important to remember an earlier government attempt at data collection and, more important, how a group of hackers and activists banded together to stop it.
Mozilla, others launch campaign to expose government snooping  12 June 2013 
Source: CSO Online - Posted by Alex   
Mozilla, maker of the popular Firefox web browser, and dozens of political, technology and business groups launched a campaign Tuesday calling for action against federal agencies snooping on citizens on the Internet.
Boost your Internet security with DNSSec  11 June 2013 
Source: InfoWorld - Posted by Dave Wreski   
DNS without DNSSec (DNS Security Extensions) is not secure. It's that simple.
Employment: Security Hacker  06 June 2013 
Source: WUNC - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Jim Stickley is a professional hacker. Companies hire him to attempt to hack into their financial information, and identify weaknesses in their security practices.
Google zero-day disclosure change slammed, praised  03 June 2013 
Source: CSO Online - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Google's dramatic shift to a seven-day grace period before disclosing actively exploited zero-day vulnerabilities in software has drawn both praise and derision from security experts.
Boston Bombing Investigation Exposed Successes, Failures of Surveillance Tech  31 May 2013 
Source: Wired - Posted by Alex   
Despite multiple photos and surveillance video images of two suspects involved in the Boston Marathon bombings last month, as well as state-of-the-art facial-recognition software and two government databases, investigators were unable to identify the two suspected perpetrators, even after releasing several of the images to the public.
Facebook ‘Capture the Flag’ - Security Hacker Competition  14 May 2013 
Source: Silicon Republic - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Facebook will host a Capture the Flag competition to find the next generation of cyber security experts. The competition includes a total prize fund of €3,500 available for first, second and third place winners.
The 7 elements of a successful security awareness program  03 May 2013 
Source: CSO Online - Posted by Alex   
When we were asked to keynote a recent CSO event, it was a pleasant surprise that the top concern of the CSOs was "security culture." From performing many security assessments and penetration tests, it is sadly obvious that even the best technical security efforts will fail if their company has a weak security culture.
Not all hackers bad: academic  01 May 2013 
Source: Yahoo News - Posted by Alex   
The arrest of a 24-year-old Australian claiming to be the head of an international hacking ring and a Twitter hack that briefly sent Wall Street into a tailspin last week has shone the light on hackers as Perth prepares to host its first "hacker con".
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