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 Microsoft IIS security hole persists despite available patch (5 Jul 2000; The Register)
 Interpol backs crime-buster site (30 Jun 2000; ZDNet)
 Anti-hacker site raises hackles of online underworld (30 Jun 2000;
 Leaks and geeks: International espionage goes high-tech (29 Jun 2000;
 Net enables global crime sprees (22 Jun 2000; InfoWorld)
 Web infrastructure open to attack (21 Jun 2000; )
 Symantec offers Net security program for businesses (21 Jun 2000;
 Software Acts As Robotic Hacker (21 Jun 2000; Techweb)
 Panelist calls security a 'horrible, complex problem' (20 Jun 2000; Computerworld)
 Reno calls for partnership with industry on computer crime (19 Jun 2000; Computerworld)
  Tivoli tackles mobile network device security (19 Jun 2000; Network World)
 Security vendors roll out a slew of intrusion-detection wares (19 Jun 2000; Network World)
 Ernst & Young launches security site  (12 Jun 2000; Computerworld)
 Certicom Takes Security Nightmares Out Of Wireless (5 Jun 2000; Techweb)
 Security Audit Aims To Outfox Hackers (2 Jun 2000; Techweb)
 Flaw found in PGP 5.0 (26 May 2000; Computerworld)
 MS again slammed on security (16 May 2000; ZDNet)
 Intel releases security implementation (15 May 2000; InfoWorld)
 G8 to work together against cyber crime (14 May 2000; ZDNet)
 Mazu Networks To Take On DOS Attacks (12 May 2000; Techweb)
 Encryption Regs may Need "Tweaking" (4 May 2000; Computer Currents)
 Telecommuters On Security Alert (3 May 2000; Techweb)
 Concept Five Technologies Introduces Enterprise Security Integration (ESI) Solutions (25 Apr 2000; Internet Wire)
 Employee E-Mail Leaks Company Secrets (21 Apr 2000; Computer Currents)
 Lawmakers Propose Cybersecurity Info-sharing Bill (13 Apr 2000; Computer Currents)
 Bill Would Shelter Firms Sharing Hacking Info (12 Apr 2000; Computer Currents)
 Turnkey Systems Detect Intruders (12 Apr 2000; Techweb)
 Cryptography expert unveils new Net security system (3 Apr 2000;
 CA Unveils Serverless Backup Storage (30 Mar 2000; Techweb)
 FBI: Computer intrusion cases double (29 Mar 2000; Computerworld)
 Security Alliance Unveils Anti-Hack Tool (27 Mar 2000; Techweb)
 Big Increase in Net Warfare Predicted (24 Mar 2000; Computer Currents)
 Feds launch site to fight cybercrime (15 Mar 2000; Computerworld)
 Internet Security Holes Rampant  (14 Mar 2000; Techweb)
 Credit-card numbers stolen via known security hole (10 Mar 2000; Computerworld)
 Microsoft working on fix for Win 95/98 'hole' (10 Mar 2000; PC Week)
 DOJ study proposes expanded policing of Net crime (9 Mar 2000;
 Microsoft's not the only security foul-up (9 Mar 2000; ZDNet)
 Software industry ignores security, Congress told (9 Mar 2000;
 Recovery feature may be unknown to HP DAT drive owners (9 Mar 2000; InfoWorld)
 NovaStor Announces A Low Cost Backup Solution For Windows 2000 (3 Mar 2000; Internet Wire)
 Outsourced Security On The Rise (3 Mar 2000; Techweb)
 Intel Unveils Encryption As You Type (18 Feb 2000; Techweb)
 Enviromental Protection Agency asked to shut Net connection over security concerns (17 Feb 2000; Computerworld)
 HP Intros Web Security Insurance Plan (15 Feb 2000; Techweb)
 Hackers speak! (14 Feb 2000; The Industry Standard)
 E-business service denied  (11 Feb 2000; InfoWorld)
 Distributed Denial Of Service Threat Grows (8 Feb 2000; Techweb)
 Yahoo brought to standstill (8 Feb 2000; BBC News)
 Sun nabs Trustbase for encryption software (7 Feb 2000;
 Ensure Technologies Announces Windows 2000 Support For Its XyLoc Wireless PC Security Solution (25 Jan 2000; Internet Wire)
 E-Mail With Eyes; Internet Users Get A Warning  (21 Jan 2000; Techweb)
 The Web Is a Hacker's Playground (20 Jan 2000; PC World)
 Compaq speeds encryption with new PCI card (18 Jan 2000; Computerworld)
 White House lifts most roadblocks to crypto software exports (13 Jan 2000; Computerworld)
 RSA unveils new encryption offerings (12 Jan 2000; Computerworld)
 Study: Encryption keys not so safe on servers (10 Jan 2000; Computerworld)
 Intel grapples with security glitch in server (6 Jan 2000;
 DSL Suppliers Boost Security Features (20 Dec 1999; Techweb)
 Code Breakers Turn Cell Phones Into Party Lines (7 Dec 1999; The Industry Standard)
 Axent Digs Deeper For Network Security (3 Dec 1999; Techweb)
 Some E-businesses Add Security To NT Kernel (3 Dec 1999; Techweb)
 Cracker warns of vulnerable security systems (24 Nov 1999; Wired)
 Computer Attacks Spreading (18 Nov 1999; Techweb)
 Security Lawsuits To Replace Y2K Litigation (17 Nov 1999; Techweb)
 Microsoft patches Windows security hole (15 Nov 1999;
 Outlook vulnerable to masquerade attack (9 Nov 1999;
 Hackers threaten to release viruses to ring in the New Year (2 Nov 1999; ZDNet)
 Stealthy Trojan Horse attempts to gather data on web sites (21 Oct 1999; InfoWorld)
 Always-On Net Threatens Home Security (15 Oct 1999; TechWeb)
 Net crime poses challenge to authorities (13 Oct 1999;
  Russian Lab Uncovers NT System Driver Virus (8 Oct 1999; ENT Magazine)
 Treasury Department, financial institutions introduce Internet crime watch center (1 Oct 1999;
 Microsoft combats another IE 5 bug (29 Sep 1999;
 PC Week invites hackers to break into (24 Sep 1999; ZDNet)
 White House to ease controls on encryption technology (16 Sep 1999; USA Today)
 Security Dynamics, RSA Merge (13 Sep 1999; TechWeb)
 Russian hackers reportedly broke into U.S. government computers (13 Sep 1999;
 First Union fires seven employees for e-mail misuse (27 Aug 1999; Techserver)
 Code-cracking computer causes concern (12 Aug 1999; USA Today)
 Security Drives China To Nurture IC Cards (5 Aug 1999; TechWeb)
 Security Vendors Strive For Interoperability (4 Aug 1999; TechWeb)
 Microsoft confirms security hole in Office 97 (30 Jul 1999;
  Intranets Soar But Security Hurdles Remain (19 Jul 1999; TechWeb)
 Virus Attacks Soar (14 Jul 1999; TechWeb)
 Algorithm Hides Data Inside Unaltered Images (23 Jun 1999; TechWeb)
 Sophos Identifies Security Loophole In Office 2000 (14 Jun 1999; InternetWire)
 Sun-Netscape Alliance And Equifax Secure Announce Plans To Provide Advanced E-Commerce Security (Internet Wire)


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