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Surviving in an Insecure E-World

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The vulnerabilities recently found in the widely used Berkeley Internet Name Domain server should serve as a fresh reminder that it's an insecure e-world out there

Custom-Fit Security Apps

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Managed security goes proactive

A Privacy Assessment Tool Offers One Answer

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The online-privacy game has many rules, but few ways to keep score.

Corporate Privacy: Disunited Front

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Even as corporate foes of federal privacy regulation champion the release of new data detailing the lofty cost of such rules to businesses and consumers, behind the scenes the industry remains as fractured as ever on the issue.

Products Block Hacker Attacks When ISPs Use Them

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Denial-of-service attacks, typically launched by malicious hackers from commandeered servers, can be stopped with security products that can detect and block outgoing attacks, security experts said.

Plugging Holes

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The trouble with patches

The Myth of Fingerprints

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Biometric Authentication Systems can improve security and cut help-desk costs. But you may wag your finger at the implementation expenses.

Single-Sign-On Redux

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Cylink, Securant work to get partners logged in securely

Wanna Keep A Secret?

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Servervault's new secure data center can withstand anything. But how will it hold up with customers?

Who Let The Worms Out?

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A rogue program infected 10 percent of the Internet in 1988. Could such an outbreak happen again?

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