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Tuesday, 31 August

Get Ready To Patch InfoSec News
Overseas Hacker Attacks Increase for 3rd Straight Month: Ministry InfoSec News
States prepping cyberalert plan InfoSec News
Report: IRS can't access security data InfoSec News
NY IT Prepares for Disaster Recovery InfoSec News
Public Safety Technology Conference Announcement InfoSec News
SSH Bouncing - How to get through firewalls easily. ( InfoSec News

Monday, 30 August

Clarke Touts Broad Approach To IT Security InfoSec News
OMB unveils FISMA how-to InfoSec News
FBI busts alleged DDoS Mafia InfoSec News
Tridentcom 2005 InfoSec News
Linux Advisory Watch - August 27th 2004 InfoSec News
Inside Security Administrator UPDATE--August 27, 2004 InfoSec News
New method of phising? InfoSec News

Friday, 27 August

World-renowned hackers gathering in Malaysia InfoSec News
Cisco warns of flaws in ACS product InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2004-35 InfoSec News
[Vmyths.com ALERT] Cyber-terror attack canceled for lack of interest InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Internet Security", Tim Speed/Juanita Ellis InfoSec News

Thursday, 26 August

FBI probes possible hacking InfoSec News
Tech sleuths track hacker InfoSec News
Old computers: An IT department liability that's costing more InfoSec News
25th August 2004 InfoSec News

Wednesday, 25 August

[Vmyths.com ALERT] Cyber-terror attack predicted for Thursday InfoSec News
'Hacktivists' Log On InfoSec News
India to conduct IT security audit InfoSec News
ISS: Critical Netscape hole could be widespread InfoSec News
Dozens Charged in Crackdown on Spam and Scams InfoSec News

Tuesday, 24 August

REVIEW: "Fighting Spam for Dummies", John R. Levine/Margaret Levine Young/Ray Everett-Church InfoSec News
Meet the Peeping Tom worm InfoSec News
Report says Virtually All Big Companies Will Outsource Security By 2010 InfoSec News
Ex-Varian worker charged with hacking InfoSec News
Linux Security Week, August 23rd, 2004 InfoSec News
ACSAC 2004 - Works in Progress call for paper InfoSec News
Windows Upgrade Causing Campus Headaches InfoSec News

Monday, 23 August

Cyber front has favorable bytes InfoSec News
Instant messaging used for leaks InfoSec News
E-Vote Machine Certification Criticized InfoSec News
Think someone was hacking the Weather Service? InfoSec News
Proposed dates for free TSCM seminar InfoSec News
Linux Advisory Watch - August 20, 2004 InfoSec News
CREM goes AWOL in Albuquerque InfoSec News
Call for Papers : Pak Con 1st InfoSec News

Friday, 20 August

HERT interviews Kismet's author, Mike Kershaw InfoSec News
Microsoft fixes XP SP2 patching flaw InfoSec News
NIST makes lists InfoSec News
Opinion: Cryptanalysis of MD5 and SHA: Time for a new standard InfoSec News
South Pole 'cyberterrorist' hack wasn't the first InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2004-34 InfoSec News
Re: REVIEW: "Computer Security for the Home and Small Office", Thomas C. Greene InfoSec News

Thursday, 19 August

Resident Evil viral marketing ploy backfires InfoSec News
Oracle to Patch on Monthly Schedule InfoSec News
Innovation Center Nurtures Newborn Security Companies InfoSec News
Researchers find holes in XP SP2 InfoSec News
Security UPDATE--Windows XP SP2 Help--August 18, 2004 InfoSec News

Wednesday, 18 August

Hackers Take Aim at GOP InfoSec News
Study: Unpatched PCs compromised in 20 minutes InfoSec News
Hackers join dark side InfoSec News
Oracle Still Sitting on Database-Security Patches InfoSec News
Crypto researchers abuzz over flaws InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Computer Security for the Home and Small Office", Thomas C. Greene InfoSec News
Re: Cyber Fears on Fed's Web Plan InfoSec News

Tuesday, 17 August

Big Brother's Last Mile InfoSec News
Hackers keeping pace, warns expert InfoSec News
No Easy Fix for Internal Security InfoSec News
McAfee to buy Foundstone for $86M InfoSec News
Linux Security Week - August 16, 2004 InfoSec News

Monday, 16 August

Cyber Fears on Fed's Web Plan InfoSec News
Re: Hunt for XP SP2 flaws seen in full swing InfoSec News
Password to easy fraud lies in pets' names and birthdays InfoSec News
Cyberspace Gives Al Qaeda Refuge InfoSec News
DidTheyReadIt operations and security concerns InfoSec News
Linux Advisory Watch - August 13, 2004 InfoSec News

Friday, 13 August

REVIEW: "Security Assessment", Greg Miles et al InfoSec News
US Emergency Alert System open to hack attack InfoSec News
Hunt for XP SP2 flaws seen in full swing InfoSec News
iTunes wireless music streaming cracked InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2004-33 InfoSec News
RE: Fed up hospitals defy patching rules InfoSec News
Los Alamos vulnerable to PC theft, inspector general declares InfoSec News

Thursday, 12 August

Hackers download SIUE data, police say InfoSec News
Hopkins teen pleads guilty in Internet attack InfoSec News
Russian hackers pose an increasing threat InfoSec News
Hack . . . hack back . . . repeat InfoSec News
Disaster-Recovery Spending On The Rise InfoSec News
Online Data a Gold Mine for Terrorists InfoSec News
Re: REVIEW: "Stealing the Network: How to Own a Continent" InfoSec News

Wednesday, 11 August

Database culture ripe for ID theft InfoSec News
Zambian parliament passes tough cyber crime law InfoSec News
RE: Source code stolen from U.S. software company in India InfoSec News
Fed up hospitals defy patching rules InfoSec News
Databases, Tools Aiming at Software Vulnerabilities InfoSec News
Re: 34 flaws found in Oracle database software InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Stealing the Network: How to Own a Continent", Ryan Russell InfoSec News

Monday, 09 August

Tridentcom 2005 InfoSec News
Webmaster held on terror charges InfoSec News
Romanian Indicted in Hacking Scheme InfoSec News
Linux Advisory Watch - Aug 6th 2004 InfoSec News
RE: Source code stolen from U.S. software company in India InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Software Forensics", Robert M. Slade InfoSec News
Re: 34 flaws found in Oracle database software InfoSec News

Friday, 06 August

Defcon 12's Fear and Hacking in Vegas InfoSec News
Security Cavities Ail Bluetooth InfoSec News
Can You Hack the Vote? InfoSec News
Cyberattacks Disrupt Japanese Government Networks InfoSec News
Source code stolen from U.S. software company in India InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2004-32 InfoSec News

Thursday, 05 August

Hacking the planet InfoSec News
Olympic security fiasco revealed by stolen passes InfoSec News
3 Admit Hacking Into Lowe's Computer InfoSec News
Security expert Q&A: The virus writers are winning InfoSec News
Security UPDATE--Honeywall CD-ROM; Internet Storm Center--August 4, 2004 InfoSec News

Wednesday, 04 August

Linux Security Week - August 2nd 2004 InfoSec News
[ISN] IT departments must cope with Patriot Act, university CIO says InfoSec News
Mozilla puts bounty on bugs InfoSec News
34 flaws found in Oracle database software InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Official (ISC)^2 Guide to the CISSP Exam", Susan Hansche/John Berti/Chris Hare InfoSec News
ITL Bulletin for August 2004 InfoSec News
DEFCON 12: Feds Yes, Anarchy No InfoSec News
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