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Clinton Announces U.S. Is Signing International Criminal Court Treaty  01 January 2001 
Source: Cipherwar - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Bill Clinton announced December 31 that the United States is signing the 1998 Rome Treaty on the International Criminal Court, but said he will recommend that President-elect George W. Bush not submit the treaty to the Senate until "fundamental concerns are . . .
Think tank warns that Microsoft hack couldpose national security risk  27 December 2000 
Source: ComputerWorld [linuxtoday] - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Although Microsoft Corp. has denied that the hacker who penetrated its network in October gained access to any of the company's source code, a recent report by a Washington-based think tank is warning that the compromise may hold grave national security . . .
HNS Newsletter #43  26 December 2000 
Source: Help Net-Security - Posted by Dave Wreski   
This is a newsletter delivered to you by Help Net Security. It covers weekly roundups of security events that were in the news the past week. Visit Help Net Security for the latest security news. Issues covered include general . . .
2000 Roundup: Cybercrime goes global  26 December 2000 
Source: ZDNet UK - Posted by Dave Wreski   
In February, computer hackers demonstrated that even the biggest Internet companies remain vulnerable to basic forms of attack, combining an age-old denial of service technique with new tools to cripple CNN, Amazon, eBay and Yahoo!. In the space . . .
Hackers crack  22 December 2000 
Source: - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Online electronics and computer retailer acknowledged Friday that the company's servers were hacked by network intruders and an undetermined number of credit cards numbers were potentially stolen. " has discovered that a hacker has accessed our computer systems, potentially including . . .
King of the hackers  22 December 2000 
Source: Upside - Posted by Chris Pallack   
I met the mysterious Doctor Mudge on the doorstep of Bob Metcalfe's townhouse on Beacon Street in the fashionable Back Bay area of Boston. You've probably heard about Metcalfe -- he invented Ethernet, among other things -- but you might not . . .
Hackers caught in security 'honeypot'  19 December 2000 
Source: ZDNet - Posted by Jen Olson   
Security pros use HoneyNet Project to learn tricks of the hacking trade --and raise corporate awareness. When a group of suspected Pakistani hackers broke into a U.S.-based computer system in June, they thought they had found a vulnerable network to use . . .
Learn to think like your attacker  19 December 2000 
Source: SunWorld - Posted by Chris Pallack   
Paring down your network services isn't the only way to protect your systems against attacks: port scanning can also be an effective tool. In this month's Building Blocks of Security, Sandra Henry-Stocker shows you how to stay one step ahead of . . .
2000: A look back  18 December 2000 
Source: ZDNet - Posted by Dave Wreski   
eWEEK analyzes the year's 10 brightest and most challenging moments in IT. If put to a vote, 2000 would have to be considered the most interesting, if not the most eventful, year of technology ever. Internet security, B2B vs. B2C and . . .
The year of the killer hackers  18 December 2000 
Source: ZDNet - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Year 2000 is ending as it began, with a DDoS attack threatening a large part of the Internet and failing security efforts fueling IT fears. The latest distributed denial-of-service attempt was broken up last week in Denmark, where hackers took control . . .
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