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Wednesday, 28 February

Spy case demos insider threat InfoSec News
Space-Seeking Hacker Takes Files InfoSec News
Lockheed deal brings tracking headquarters into states InfoSec News
mass-marketing a cracking tool A.Lizard
Security scholarship program moving ahead InfoSec News
Companies move to combine physical, IT security efforts InfoSec News

Tuesday, 27 February

Linux Security Week - February 26th 2001 newsletter-admins
2001 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy InfoSec News
'I Hired a Hacker': A Security Manager's Confession InfoSec News
Oh, Those Clumsy Anna Copycats InfoSec News
Napster alternative: hack people's hard drives InfoSec News
CYBER SLEUTHS: Computer forensics booms as importance of electronic evidence grows InfoSec News
Ssh! Don't use that trademark InfoSec News
Brazilian Company Hacks Its Way Up InfoSec News
New Wave of Threats Against Your Data InfoSec News

Monday, 26 February

Wheee! A fairly slow news day... InfoSec News
Site urges attacks on govt home pages InfoSec News
Ex-FBI chief sees need for 'electronic librarian' InfoSec News
Re: Microsoft exec tells how hacker got in security curmudgeon
Re: Columbia House breach exposes customer info InfoSec News
Re: Man pleads `self defense' after hacking InfoSec News

Saturday, 24 February

Linux Advisory Watch - February 23rd 2001 vuln-newsletter-admins
Beware Those Insidious Vcards InfoSec News
Why You Should Fear Baby Hackers InfoSec News
Police nab man in World Forum hacking case InfoSec News
Microsoft exec tells how hacker got in InfoSec News

Friday, 23 February

FBI traitor suspect had mad C skillz InfoSec News
Re: Unix Security - Steganography Curt Bryson (NTI)
Robert Hanssen's Usenet postings. William Knowles
Old Spy, New Tricks InfoSec News
McDonalds Web site hacked by fluffy bunny InfoSec News
Man pleads `self defense' after hacking InfoSec News
Security hole in Java may expose servers InfoSec News
Chinese Hackers Pissed Off InfoSec News
[defaced-commentary] Various recent high profile defacements InfoSec News

Thursday, 22 February

Re: Unix Security - Steganography Blake Thomas M Civ AFRL/IFGB
Handheld Computers Give Sailors a High-Tech Lifeline William Knowles
Columbia House breach exposes customer info InfoSec News
FBI spy case highlights insider threat to corporate data InfoSec News
Re: Microsoft protects Mac but not Windows users with web bug mail firewall InfoSec News
Virus toolkits are s'kiddie menace InfoSec News
Cyberdefense students using PKI InfoSec News

Wednesday, 21 February

Microsoft protects Mac but not Windows users with web bug mail firewall InfoSec News
In-House Cyber Security InfoSec News
SSH remote root exploit was released InfoSec News
[defaced-commentary] Attrition statement on NY Times defacement greeting InfoSec News
The siren song of services InfoSec News
Secret Messages Come in .Wavs InfoSec News
The Key Vanishes: Scientist Outlines Unbreakable Code InfoSec News

Tuesday, 20 February

Earthlink cracked! William Knowles
New Fraud Unit Swamped InfoSec News
Linux Security Week - February 19th 2001 newsletter-admins
Hackers face terrorism law InfoSec News
Cops threaten to raid newspaper offices over Davos hacking InfoSec News

Monday, 19 February

Authorities investigating alleged tampering with school computers InfoSec News
NSA warns it can't keep up with rapid changes in IT InfoSec News
[defaced-commentary] Hewlett Packard Openview home page defaced InfoSec News
Re: Feds Say Fidel Is Hacker Threat InfoSec News
CFP workshop on information security system rating and ranking InfoSec News
CRYPTO-GRAM, February 15, 2001 InfoSec News
Unix Security - Steganography InfoSec News

Saturday, 17 February

New Microsoftspeak William Knowles
Brazil Reacts to UOL Hack InfoSec News
Call Them Kiddies? Watch Out InfoSec News

Friday, 16 February

Linux Advisory Watch - February 16th 2001 vuln-newsletter-admins
Security bridge nears opening InfoSec News
Intrusion detection rules drafted InfoSec News
Spain: Attacks from hackers rise 210% InfoSec News
Hackers attack HP, Compaq, others InfoSec News
"Anna" virus toolkit pulled from Net InfoSec News
Schoolboy cracker caught by dialling 1471 InfoSec News
[defaced-commentary] New York Times defaced InfoSec News
State Cybercrime Legislation in the United States of America: A Survey InfoSec News

Thursday, 15 February

Microsoft unveils firewall InfoSec News
Network Associates evolved from founder McAfee's free-spirited shop InfoSec News
Hackers' dupes could face legal threat InfoSec News
[defaced-commentary] Compaq and Intel InfoSec News
Hacker launched Anna bug 'as a warning' InfoSec News

Wednesday, 14 February

Re: Arula launches serial remote control Robert G. Ferrell
Ex-student faces felony in attempt to change grades InfoSec News
Padlock Your Palm InfoSec News
Re: Fugitive hacker surfaces on the Web InfoSec News
Bush weighs future of computer security office InfoSec News
Alleged Author of 'Tennis' Virus Says He Meant No Harm InfoSec News

Tuesday, 13 February

Re: Feds Say Fidel Is Hacker Threat InfoSec News
CASIS 2001 InfoSec News
Arula launches serial remote control InfoSec News
Security Top Concern as Health Care Regs Loom InfoSec News
Fugitive hacker surfaces on the Web InfoSec News
Congress to Weigh Web Defense Plan InfoSec News
New Virus: Now Anna Loves You InfoSec News
Small Start-Up Helps the CIA To Mask Its Moves on the Web InfoSec News

Monday, 12 February

Linux Security Week - February 12th 2001 newsletter-admins
Feds Say Fidel Is Hacker Threat InfoSec News
Kiwi web servers vulnerable to hacker attacks InfoSec News
Hackers say attack was easy InfoSec News
Hackers of a Different Color InfoSec News
[defaced-commentary] Gateway 2000 defaced InfoSec News
Re: Terror groups hide behind Web encryption William Knowles
Bosnian Sends Costly Virus To Brown & Root InfoSec News

Sunday, 11 February

FBI takes the teeth out of Carnivore's name InfoSec News
Hacker fear scares EPA offline InfoSec News
Dubai 'hacker' due in court InfoSec News
Re: Stop using the boogeyman to sell security security curmudgeon

Friday, 09 February

Linux Advisory Watch - February 9th 2001 vuln-newsletter-admins
Blackhat.com multi media content available again. InfoSec News
Re: Bush alert over pupil's prank InfoSec News
Kasten Chase and RIM provide wireless security for U.S. government InfoSec News
E-envoy to wage war on hackers InfoSec News
Accused eBay hacker from Los Alamos jailed again InfoSec News
Anti-globalist protesters turn to hacking InfoSec News
Virus map paints U.S. red InfoSec News
Stop using the boogeyman to sell security InfoSec News

Thursday, 08 February

[Moderators note...] InfoSec News
RSA Denies Rumors Of Crypto Algorithm Demise InfoSec News

Wednesday, 07 February

A Trick to Snoop on E-Mai Eric Wolbrom
Cops to tackle cyber crime InfoSec News
Securesoft integrates BakBone software into product line InfoSec News
Terror groups hide behind Web encryption William Knowles
A year later, DDoS attacks still a major Web threat InfoSec News
Re: Bush alert over pupil's prank security curmudgeon

Tuesday, 06 February

Bell Labs cryptologist sees digital signature flaw, fix InfoSec News
Wireless networks leave holes for hackers InfoSec News
Who Is Crispus Attucks? InfoSec News
Re: Alleged eBay Hacker Free On Oversight Robert G. Ferrell
Re: Extreme Security For Web Servers Dave Dittrich
Bush alert over pupil's prank InfoSec News
Train theft of MoD laptop with fighter secrets alarmed Pentagon InfoSec News

Monday, 05 February

Linux Security Week - February 5th 2001 newsletter-admins
[defaced-commentary] High Profile Defacement: www.travelguide.lycos.com InfoSec News
Hackers attack World Economic Forum InfoSec News
First Bosnian to Face Hacking Charges William Knowles
Funding opens carrier to Windows InfoSec News
Extreme Security For Web Servers InfoSec News

Sunday, 04 February

Pinoy math enthusiast finds fast way to decode RSA encryption William Knowles

Saturday, 03 February

Re: DARPA Research Initiative Paddy MacGloin
Linux Advisory Watch - February 2nd 2001 vuln-newsletter-admins
Re: Hackers become more militant Brooks Isoldi
Re: Hackers become more militant Meritt James
Juno's supercomputer provokes privacy guards InfoSec News
Alleged eBay Hacker Free On Oversight InfoSec News
Former System Admin. Sentenced For Hacking NY Court Web Site InfoSec News

Friday, 02 February

Hacker's sabotage threat foiled InfoSec News
Head Agency Technicians Keep Wary Eye On Security InfoSec News
NSA attempting to design crack-proof computer InfoSec News
Schmitz is no white knight for LetsBuyIt InfoSec News
The fact and fiction behind Kimble InfoSec News
New Security Software Thinks Like A Hacker InfoSec News
Cyberlawyer: Don't blame the hackers InfoSec News
Security Mavens Invaded by Trojan InfoSec News
Bug hit BIND's makers suggest fee-for-fix model InfoSec News

Thursday, 01 February

Report Slams D.C. Agency's Computer Security Practices InfoSec News
Pentagon: Deutch Did No Harm InfoSec News
Chinese military modernization continues InfoSec News
Hackers become more militant John Walker
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