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Friday, 28 February

Ridge: Plant, Port Security Lacking InfoSec News
Is vigilante hacking legal? InfoSec News
DOD issues more IA instructions InfoSec News
Beijing spies a useful friend in Castro InfoSec News
REVIEW: "WiFi Security", Stewart S. Miller InfoSec News
ITL Bulletin for February 2003 InfoSec News

Thursday, 27 February

White House Finds Homeland Security Jobs a Tough Sell InfoSec News
[defaced-commentary] Cryptome.org Defaced InfoSec News
Microsoft Patches Flaw in Windows Me InfoSec News
Hacker convicted in extortion scheme against Bloomberg InfoSec News
Security UPDATE, February 26, 2003 InfoSec News
Disaster recovery taken to heart InfoSec News
Mobile phone hacking set to spread: AU experts InfoSec News

Wednesday, 26 February

DOD wireless policy delayed InfoSec News
Flaws Found in Apple Streaming Servers InfoSec News
Will the new EU cyber-security agency actually deliver? InfoSec News
Firing Leaflets and Electrons, U.S. Wages Information War InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Building Secure Wireless Networks with 802.11", Jahanzeb Khan/Anis Khwaja InfoSec News
To Trap a Superworm InfoSec News

Tuesday, 25 February

High-tech hobby falls under CSIS suspicion InfoSec News
Nuke Lab Can't Keep Snoops Out InfoSec News
Novel explores U.S.-Iraq cyberwar InfoSec News
SIP weakness could expose VoIP gear to attacks InfoSec News

Monday, 24 February

Man arrested for allegedly shutting down employers' computers InfoSec News
Attack Exposes ATM Vulnerabilities InfoSec News
Re: Sixth-grader charged in grade switch caper InfoSec News
Linux Advisory Watch - February 21st 2003 InfoSec News
Mafiaboy opened eyes to computer crime Mafiaboy opened eyes to cybercrime InfoSec News
Crypto attack against SSL outlined InfoSec News
Jurors acquit man of hacking system at district clerk's office InfoSec News

Friday, 21 February

New HIPAA security rules could open door to litigation InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Mike Meyers' Security+ Certification Passport", Trevor Kay InfoSec News
Open Source security manual and training for ethical hacking InfoSec News
Preventing Syslog Denial of Service attacks. InfoSec News
XP Hole Plagues All Similar Apps InfoSec News

Thursday, 20 February

Security UPDATE, February 19, 2003 InfoSec News
Flaws discovered in Lotus software InfoSec News
Call For Papers Announcement: Black Hat Briefings Amsterdam InfoSec News
Study lauds open-source code quality InfoSec News

Wednesday, 19 February

Even Security Firms at Risk for Break-Ins InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Security+ Study Guide and DVD Training System", Michael Cross et al InfoSec News
NSPW 2003 Call For Papers InfoSec News
Bye, cyberczar Clarke - thanks for everything InfoSec News
Pentagon thwarts spoofed e-mail InfoSec News
Student arrested for breaking into school computer network InfoSec News

Tuesday, 18 February

A little more stuff... InfoSec News
DTI bemoans security standard take-up InfoSec News
Security market is leasing the plot InfoSec News
The First Honeyd Challenge InfoSec News
Over 5 million Visa/MasterCard accounts hacked into InfoSec News
Oracle 9i Database, Ap Server bust six ways to Sunday InfoSec News

Monday, 17 February

The State of our Defense InfoSec News
Security documents at risk on federal site: Audit InfoSec News
DOD protecting PCs at home InfoSec News
Man charged with crashing employer's computer site InfoSec News
Re: Mitnick Banned From Security Group InfoSec News
Re: Sixth-grader charged in grade switch caper InfoSec News

Saturday, 15 February

Cyber-Security Strategy Depends on Power of Suggestion InfoSec News
Rick no longer providing columns for Securityfocus InfoSec News
Moderators note... InfoSec News
Symantec PR bunnies score Slammer own goal InfoSec News
Re: Mitnick Banned From Security Group InfoSec News

Friday, 14 February

Questions Frequently Asked About Rob Slade's Innumerable Book Reviews InfoSec News
Egress filtering for a healthier Internet. InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Computer Security: Art and Science", Matt Bishop InfoSec News
Re: Mitnick Banned From Security Group InfoSec News
FBI Issues Cyberattack Advisory InfoSec News
DIA chief warns of tech threats InfoSec News

Thursday, 13 February

Mitnick Banned From Security Group InfoSec News
Security UPDATE, February 12, 2003 InfoSec News
Sixth-grader charged in grade switch caper InfoSec News
Government tips hat to Red Hat InfoSec News
FBI Says Iraq Situation May Spur 'Patriotic Hackers' InfoSec News
REVIEW: "The CISSP Prep Guide Gold Edition", Ronald L. Krutz/Russell Dean Vines InfoSec News
CodeCon Registration Deadline Approaching InfoSec News

Wednesday, 12 February

'Unreal' Security Risk InfoSec News
Re: If tech companies were liable for security holes, cyberspace would become safer InfoSec News
Government Symposium on Information Sharing and Homeland Security InfoSec News
State of Alert Evident At CyberCrime Session InfoSec News
REVIEW: "CISSP Training Guide", Roberta Bragg InfoSec News
RE: Taking byte from Baghdad InfoSec News

Tuesday, 11 February

REVIEW: "Honeypots: Tracking Hackers", Lance Spitzner InfoSec News
If tech companies were liable for security holes, cyberspace would become safer InfoSec News
Re: Experts: Microsoft security gets an 'F' InfoSec News
Taking byte from Baghdad InfoSec News
Linux Security Week - February 10th 2003 InfoSec News
Cyber Plan Hitting Home InfoSec News
Famous hacker Mitnick suffers break-ins to his corporate Web site InfoSec News

Monday, 10 February

REVIEW: "Cybercrime: Vandalizing the Information Society", Steven Furnell InfoSec News
RE: Experts: Microsoft security gets an 'F' InfoSec News
Re: Terrorist group claims responsibility for Slammer InfoSec News
Police draw more cyber attacks InfoSec News
US and UK arrests in computer worm probe InfoSec News
Draft of USA PATRIOT ACT II InfoSec News
Firms' hacking-related insurance costs soar InfoSec News
Linux Advisory Watch - February 7th 2003 InfoSec News

Friday, 07 February

Stratcom acquires new IT missions InfoSec News
Re: Terrorist group claims responsibility for Slammer InfoSec News
Bush reportedly orders cyber-warfare plan InfoSec News
Discarded computer had confidential medical information InfoSec News
Re: Regina police recover missing hard drive InfoSec News
Former Viewsonic employee hit with hacking charge InfoSec News
Re: RFI aims at security info sharing InfoSec News
Richard Clarke: American Grandstand InfoSec News

Thursday, 06 February

REVIEW: "Advanced CISSP Prep Guide: Exam Q & A", Ronald L. Krutz/Russell Dean Vines InfoSec News
Cracking an algorithm bit by bit conclusion. InfoSec News
RFI aims at security info sharing InfoSec News
Feds pull suspicious .gov site InfoSec News
Slammer: Why security benefits from proof of concept code InfoSec News
Security UPDATE, February 5, 2003 InfoSec News
Terrorist group claims responsibility for Slammer InfoSec News

Wednesday, 05 February

Regina police recover missing hard drive InfoSec News
Cyber-Security Plan Counts on Private Sector's Input InfoSec News
Official SummerCon 2003 Announcement InfoSec News
FC: Richard Clarke misstates Canadian elections cancelled? (fwd) InfoSec News
RE: Experts: Microsoft security gets an 'F' InfoSec News

Tuesday, 04 February

Some truths are too callous to be told InfoSec News
Re: Experts: Microsoft security gets an 'F' InfoSec News
Former NIPC Director Joins CSC InfoSec News
Perspective: The first 'e-war' InfoSec News
Linux Security Week - February 3rd 2003 InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Mastering Network Security", Chris Brenton/Cameron Hunt InfoSec News
Study: Slammer was fastest-spreading worm yet InfoSec News

Monday, 03 February

Linux Advisory Watch - January 31st 2003 InfoSec News
Free benchmark could have found Slammer vulnerability InfoSec News
Re: Firm loses secrets of 180,000 clients InfoSec News
RE: Symantec's "Submit a Deal" Flawed InfoSec News
Experts: Microsoft security gets an 'F' InfoSec News
Bush Approves Cybersecurity Strategy InfoSec News
REVIEW: "PC Fear Factor", Alan Luber InfoSec News
Re: A Message from Richard Clarke (fwd) InfoSec News
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