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Carnegie Mellon establishes anti-hacking institute  27 April 2000 
Source: CNN - Posted by Team   
A Pennsylvania university created a research institute this month dedicated to fighting computer attacks like those that besieged major Web sites like eBay, Yahoo! and in February . . .
Interview with Kevin Sexton of Protectix  27 April 2000 
Source: [LinuxToday] - Posted by Team   
"Protectix is a provider of access control solutions based on Open Source software. We target e-businesses, ISPs, and Management Service Providers (MSPs). Protectix is trying to make it it easier for the IT manager to implement and maintain proper . . .
Poking Holes in Linux  25 April 2000 
Source: TheStandard - Posted by Team   
The recent "back-door" in an open source program has some questioning just how secure open source is, or really can be. "A hole discovered in a Red Hat Linux product has experts debating how secure open-source software is, given . . .
Guardian Digital, Inc. Releases  10 April 2000 
Source:      --    - Posted by Team   
Responding to the rising demand for network security information, and recent influx of security related news, Guardian Digital, Inc. is releasing, today. This is the second major website release for Guardian Digital. In February,, “The Linux Community’s Source . . .
More Information On NSA Linux  03 February 2000 
Source: Linux Weekly News - Posted by Team   
This week more information was revealed on what Secure Computing is going to be doing on Linux for the National Security Agency. The following note, posted by Tom Haigh, CTO for Secure Computing, discusses how the Linux development will . . .
Linux Security Will Succeed  31 January 2000 
Source: - Posted by Team   
Brian Martin has written an excellent article on why Linux Security (the concept, not our site) is going to succeed. In it, he discusses the security implications of the open source movement versus closed source development. He also . . .
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