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Need an in-depth introduction to a new security topic? Our features articles will bring up up-to-date on everything from buffer overflows to SE Linux policy development.

The Honeynet Forensic Challenge  15 January 2001 
Features David Dittrich, coordinator for the Forensic Challenge, outlines a contest that pits the best efforts by the blackhat community against anyone in the security community who wishes to accept it.

Daniel Swan Introduces the FAQ  01 January 2001 
Features Daniel Swan's tireless efforts come to fruition after many months of development of the FAQ. speaks with Daniel about his FAQ and Linux security. Speaks With AES Winner  24 October 2000 
Features In this interview Vincent Rijmen talks about the development of the Rijndael algorithm, his selection as the NIST algorithm of choice for AES, thoughts on Linux and security, and the future of Internet security.

Paul Vixie and David Conrad on BINDv9 and Internet Security  03 October 2000 
Features In this interview, Paul Vixie and David Conrad talk about the Internet Software Consortium, the changes in the latest major version of bind, the security features designed into it, and the future of Internet security.

Linux Security from a Windows Security Expert's Perspective  21 September 2000 
Features In this interview, Avi Fogel, CEO of Network-1, offers his perspective on the state of Internet security, his experience with Windows and security, and the advantages and disadvantages to Open Source security.

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