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Hack Nap - 2

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Have viruses and hacking incidents become less prevalent since September 11?

Malicious Activity Skyrocketing on the Net

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The amount of malicious activity on the Internet is increasing at a frightening rate and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. 2001 marked the third consecutive year that the number of security incidents handled by the CERT Coordination Center doub

Gigger Virus Gets High Rating

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Virus researchers discover a potentially dangerous new virus that deletes all files on an infected computer and also formats the machine's C: drive.

Study: Hold Vendors Liable for Security Breaches

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A new report by the National Academy of Sciences adds yet another voice to the chorus warning that the nation's information systems are poorly protected.

Flaw Leaves Online Citibank Customers Vulnerable

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A security vulnerability in an online payment site run by Citibank may be leaving sensitive customer data exposed and leaving the door wide open for crackers.

Fixes for Cracks in Windows

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Configuresoft tool eases patching process-for relatively low cost.

Microsoft Still Suffers Insecurity Complex

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Microsoft just endured one of its worst years ever when it comes to security problems, which is really saying something.

Get the Most Bang for Your Budget This Year

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The IT budget process last year quickly turned from an optimistic "We'd better buy it, or we'll get beat" to the pessimistic "Just say no" method of handling budget requests.

Novell Merges Security Wares

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Novell will unveil a centralized authentication and authorization solution that, despite being the vendor's biggest security effort to date, likely will be hamstrung by ties to Novell's eDirectory.

NetScreen Unveils New Security Appliance Line

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NetScreen Technologies Inc. on Monday rolled out a new line of four security appliances based on its upgraded ScreenOS software.

Toysrus.com, New Jersey Settle Privacy Investigation

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The State of New Jersey's Division of Consumer Affairs announced on Thursday that it has reached agreement with Toysrus.com, to settle a state investigation into the Web site's privacy policies.

WLAN Security in Neutral

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Lagging new WEP protocol, existing robust sales to stall advancements.

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