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Friday, 29 October

Net extortionists in child porn threat InfoSec News
Secret Service busts online organized crime ring InfoSec News
Report: DHS has 'significant deficiency' in info security InfoSec News
ITL Bulletin for October 2004 InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2004-44 InfoSec News

Thursday, 28 October

Deleting Online Extortion InfoSec News
Hospital computer failure could be hackers, board told InfoSec News
Bush website conspiracy theories darken skies InfoSec News
NIAP chief touts Common Criteria InfoSec News
Hacking: the must-have business tool InfoSec News
Professor 'horrified' by poor security InfoSec News

Tuesday, 26 October

Calling for participants Capture The Flag Event NYC InfoSec News
Re: Hackers stop Guardian campaign InfoSec News
A chief who lacks clout InfoSec News
IBM offers companies monthly security report InfoSec News
Mac users face rare threat InfoSec News
CanSecWest/core05 Call for Papers - May 4-6 2005 - Deadline December 6 2004 InfoSec News
Scan design called portal for hackers InfoSec News
Hackers post achievements online InfoSec News

Monday, 25 October

Hackers stop Guardian campaign InfoSec News
Report: Corporate security undermined by lack of cooperation InfoSec News
Second sight InfoSec News
Hacker's method found InfoSec News
Linux Advisory Watch - October 22nd 2004 InfoSec News
Security for Internet Users Deemed Weak InfoSec News
High-Tech Crimes Revealed: An Interview with Stephen Branigan InfoSec News

Friday, 22 October

Hospital's computer security given poor grade in April report InfoSec News
Source code thefts, hacking on the rise InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2004-43 InfoSec News
Five mistakes of log analysis InfoSec News
Purdue computer system hacked InfoSec News
Presidential candidates differ in IT questionnaire InfoSec News

Thursday, 21 October

50 hackers 'stole' $28m InfoSec News
ATMs in peril from computer worms? InfoSec News
New IE Bugs Open Up XP SP2 To Attack InfoSec News
Google fixes security hole InfoSec News
What your CEO thinks about security (and how to change it) InfoSec News
RE: On Trial - Prosecuting cybercrime puts your organization--andyour security--on the hot seat. InfoSec News

Wednesday, 20 October

Hackers' product recall message 'sabotage' - Aria Farm InfoSec News
Computer hacker gets prison term InfoSec News
Hacker Hits California University Computer InfoSec News
UK preps major security awareness campaign InfoSec News
Worldwide Phishing Attacks May Stem from Few Sources InfoSec News
2-Fingerprint Border ID System Called Inadequate InfoSec News
NZ jails Aussie bank hacker InfoSec News
FEEDBACK: Expert: Online extortion growing more common InfoSec News
RE: On Trial - Prosecuting cybercrime puts your organization--andyour security--on the hot seat. InfoSec News

Monday, 18 October

REVIEW: "Network Security Assessment", Chris McNab InfoSec News
Linux Advisory Watch - October 15th 2004 InfoSec News
Feds create new force to fight cyber-terrorism InfoSec News
NSA plots software center InfoSec News
Re: Expert: Online extortion growing more common InfoSec News
On Trial - Prosecuting cybercrime puts your organization--and your security--on the hot seat. InfoSec News
Infowarrior-L Subscriber Refresh InfoSec News

Friday, 15 October

Thoughts About "Protection Against BIND" InfoSec News
Oracle Warns of Critical Exploits InfoSec News
'Trustworthiness' still a goal for Microsoft InfoSec News
Re: Prosecutor resigns over hacked PC InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2004-42 InfoSec News

Thursday, 14 October

India, U.S. discuss anti-hacker alerts InfoSec News
Prosecutor resigns over hacked PC InfoSec News
Microsoft security chief quits UK role InfoSec News
NSA: Global grid will have data assurance baked in InfoSec News
Bad Protocol - Freedom to Tinker InfoSec News
Enterprise security is worst ever, experts say InfoSec News

Wednesday, 13 October

Microsoft Patch Rollout Addresses A Dozen Flaws, Nine of Them 'Critical' InfoSec News
Companies risk security by not introducing wireless InfoSec News
Cyber-Security to Get Higher-Profile Leader InfoSec News
Foreign Police Vying to Learn Cyber Crime Investigation Skills InfoSec News

Tuesday, 12 October

REVIEW: "A Practical Guide to Managing Information Security", Steve Purser InfoSec News
Schmidt to take greater role in U.S. cybersecurity InfoSec News
Push Microsoft for W2K security, Gartner says InfoSec News
NIST details minimum security controls InfoSec News
Top Korean Hacker Arrested InfoSec News
The IT security vuln league table of fear InfoSec News
Linux Security Week - October 11th 2004 InfoSec News

Saturday, 09 October

Howard Schmidt returns to DHS as USCERT head InfoSec News
Re: Wanted: Simple home security InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2004-41 InfoSec News
Microsoft Probes Flaw in ASP.NET InfoSec News
Security concerns put MSN Messenger beta on hold InfoSec News
Linux Advisory Watch - October 8th 2004 InfoSec News
Expert: Online extortion growing more common InfoSec News

Thursday, 07 October

Purdy Tapped as Cyber-Security Director InfoSec News
Global firms 'lax on information security' InfoSec News
Wanted: Simple home security InfoSec News
CodeCon 2005 Call for Papers InfoSec News

Wednesday, 06 October

Know your enemy InfoSec News
Dutch government sites attacked InfoSec News
Official's departure revives push for promoting DHS cyber chief InfoSec News
When is secure FTP not secure? When it reaches your network InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Open Source Software Law", Rod Dixon InfoSec News

Tuesday, 05 October

U.S. cybersecurity chief abruptly resigns, cites frustration InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Biometrics for Network Security", Paul Reid InfoSec News
Rise of the CISO InfoSec News
Linux Security Week - October 4th 2004 InfoSec News
WorldPay struggles under DDoS attack (again) InfoSec News

Friday, 01 October

Katie Bar The Door! InfoSec News
Toorcon 2004 Brings Hackers to Sunny San Diego InfoSec News
DOE hacked 199 times last year InfoSec News
Glitch opens access to kids' records InfoSec News
Ron Santo/JDRF Walk on Sunday! InfoSec News
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