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LIDS 0.9.11 for Kernel 2.2.18 Released  15 December 2000 
Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
Huagang Xie writes: "The LIDS project has just released LIDS 0.9.11 for kernel version 2.2.18. It contain a bugfix for lidsadm. For more detail, please visit" I use LIDS on a daily basis and love it. Anybody who . . .
IBM Chairman Says Privacy Tops Internet Policy Agenda  12 December 2000 
Source: Forbes - Posted by Dave Wreski   
The chief public policy issue of the Internet Age is privacy, International Business Machines Corp. (nyse: IBM) Chairman and Chief Executive Louis Gerstner said on Tuesday. In a wide-ranging keynote speech at an industry trade show here, Gerstner said that privacy . . .
Build a Secure Linux System with LIDS  10 October 2000 
Source: - Posted by Ryan W. Maple   
The documentation of LIDS -- "Build a secure Linux system with LIDS" is updated to version 0.2. This document talks about what LIDS is, what the benifit of LIDS is, and how to build a secure linux system step by step . . .
Solar Designer's 2.2.17 Kernel Patch  10 September 2000 
Source: OpenWall Project - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Solar's kernel security enhancement patch is now available for the recently-released 2.2.17 Linux kernel. "This patch is a collection of security-related features for the Linux kernel, all configurable via the new 'Security options' configuration section. In addition to the new features, . . .
China's Founder Develops New Net Security Product  05 September 2000 
Source: - Posted by Dave Wreski   
China's Founder Electronics Co. has developed a new method of Internet security and expects that it will become one of the world's leading Internet security solutions. ... He said that most existing Internet security products worldwide are still using the traditional firewall technology whose weakness is the possession of an Internet protocol address, which can be bypassed or destroyed by hackers.. . .
Lawmaker To Grade Agencies On Computer Security  28 August 2000 
Source: ComputerUser - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Rep. Stephen Horn, R-Calif., who made a name for himself by grading government agencies on their Y2K computer readiness in the months leading up to last year's millennial date rollover, is at it again, gearing up to release a report card . . . Website Launched  02 August 2000 
Source: - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
A new site devoted to shutting down the FBI's Carnivore email surveillance system has launched, "Stop Carnivore", The site explains what Carnivore is, why it is wrong, what you can do, and how it hurts the Internet. Below is a quick summary on the major issues the site deals with. . . .
Lack of funding threatens cybersecurity project  01 August 2000 
Source: - Posted by Chris Parker   
A lack of funding is threatening a public-private initiative aimed at preventing cyberattacks similar to the denial-of-service attacks against Yahoo, eBay and others in February.
Linux developers hunt for kernel bugs  27 July 2000 
Source: - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Linux developers have begun an ambitious project to identify security problems with the open source operating system before they trouble end users. The Linux Kernel Auditing Project is an attempt to audit the Linux kernel for any security holes. The project . . .
KAIST Computer Remains Hacker Proof  03 July 2000 
Source: Digital Chosun - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
The Information Security Education Research Center (ISC) of the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) said Sunday that no hackers among the 3,664 teams worldwide managed to conquer its third level server and win in the First World Information . . .
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