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ARCserveIT v6.61 Advanced Edition for Linux  25 April 2000 
Features ARCServeIT, the Computer Associates Backup Software Solution for Linux, Helps Linux Users Stay on Top of Storage Issues/Disaster Recovery
Keeping Your Private Files Private: An Introduction to GNU Privacy Guard.  21 March 2000 
Features This week's article is an introduction to cryptography using GNU Privacy Guard.
Intrusion Detection Primer  13 March 2000 
Features Benjamin Thomas, an active contributor, puts together an Intrusion Detection Primer. It is a collection of six research summaries that outline the basics of Intrusion Detection.
Improving Linux Security Using Medusa  05 March 2000 
Features Medusa is a kernel patch that improves security by providing a seamless protective layer between system resources and applications, providing access control to system resources.
Linux Security Interview with David A. Wheeler  28 February 2000 
Features David A. Wheeler is the author of the "Secure Programming for Linux HOWTO", the Linux Documentation Project's document describing how to write secure programs for Linux.
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