Universities Likely to remain Net Security Risks
Source: News.com - John Borlan    - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Server Security John Borland writes ... "In the battle to strengthen Web security, the open-door policies that helped universities create the Net may now prove to be its weakest link. At least two California institutions--Stanford University and the University of California at . . . John Borland writes ... "In the battle to strengthen Web security, the open-door policies that helped universities create the Net may now prove to be its weakest link. At least two California institutions--Stanford University and the University of California at Santa Barbara--have said their computers were taken over and used in last week's attacks on sites including Yahoo, eBay and CNN. While federal investigators and private companies scramble to prevent a repeat of last week's incidents, universities say they can't guarantee their systems won't be used as launching points again. "

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