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Security pros develop flaw database  06 August 2002 
Source: ZDNet - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
The Internetworked Security Information Service (ISIS) brings together four independent projects--the Open Source Vulnerability Database, the defacement-tracking service, the PacketStorm software database and the vulnerability watchdog VulnWatch--into a loosely organized collaboration. "There are a lot of commercial organizations that . . .
Team demos 'first quantum crypto prototype machine'  18 July 2002 
Source: SecurityFocus - Posted by Eric Lubow   
Boffins have moved one step closer to a practical implementation of the Holy Grail of encryption - quantum cryptography - by exchanging keys across a 67km fibre optic network. Until recently, the idea of quantum key distribution has been tested only. . .
Linux Security Modules: General Security Support for the Linux Kernel  16 July 2002 
Source: Help Net Security - Posted by Jen Olson   
LogError sent in a pointer to a PDF on the LSM project. "The access control mechanisms of existing mainstream operating systems are inadequate to provide strong system security. Enhanced access control mechanisms have failed to win acceptance into mainstream . . .
A New Code for Anonymous Web Use  15 July 2002 
Source: Wired - Posted by Eric Lubow   
Peer-to-peer networks such as Morpheus and Audiogalaxy have enabled millions to trade music, movies and software freely. A group of veteran hackers is about to unveil a new peer-to-peer protocol that may eventually let millions more surf, chat and e-mail free. . .
Hackers Help Counter Net Censorship  15 July 2002 
Source: CNN - Posted by Eric Lubow   
Some of the world's best-known hackers unveiled a plan this weekend to offer free software to promote anonymous Web surfing in countries where the Internet is censored, especially China and Middle Eastern nations. . .
Improving Network-Based Industrial Automation Data Protocols  11 July 2002 
Source: Linux Journal - Posted by Eric Lubow   
A header that includes a unique magic key allows a receiver to detect if the message is known. This header may also include a data length to allow TCP packet segregation and possibly even a simple checksum to validate the encapsulated . . .
cDc prepares user-friendly stego app  04 July 2002 
Source: - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
In an effort to help Netizens in the more paranoid corners of the world evade national censorship, the cDc's Hacktivismo group is developing a browser product called Camera/Shy capable of creating and displaying images with messages which would likely get a . . .
A Guide to Building Secure Web Applications and Web Services: Introduction  26 June 2002 
Source: OWASP Project - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Jim writes, "Worried about Web Application security? has released this excellent 1.67meg document on how to safely write web applications. This paper covers everything you could possibly think of and is worth the read.". . .
Two Open Source Security Code Scanners  19 June 2002 
Source: David Wheeler / Secure Software Solutions - Posted by Dave Wreski   
David Wheeler, author of the Secure Programming HOWTO and the RATS development team from Secure Software Solutions today announced open source source code security flaw scanners. "RATS scans through code, finding potentially dangerous function calls. . . .
Announce: RSBAC v1.2.0 released  04 June 2002 
Source: RSBAC Project - Posted by Dave Wreski   
RSBAC is a flexible, powerful and fast open source access control framework for current Linux kernels, which has been in stable production use since January 2000 (version 1.0.9a). All development is independent of governments and big companies, and no existing access . . .
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