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Thursday, 30 September

Healthcare CIO gets tough on net policy violators InfoSec News
JPEG flaw gets instant messaging worm InfoSec News
Warspammer guilty under new federal law InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2004-40 InfoSec News
ITL Bulletin for September 2004 InfoSec News
Hackers attack Al Qaeda-linked websites InfoSec News
Re: Activists Find More E-Vote Flaws InfoSec News
Quick note: Ron Santo/JDRF Walk this weekend! InfoSec News

Wednesday, 29 September

Laser injures Delta pilot's eye InfoSec News
Hacker caused $400,000 damage - businessman InfoSec News
When staff can be more dangerous than hackers InfoSec News
Hackers use porn to target Microsoft JPEG flaw InfoSec News
Terrorists grow fat on email scams InfoSec News
Cybersecurity measures not likely in intelligence reform InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Minding the Machines", William M. Evan/Mark Manion InfoSec News

Tuesday, 28 September

E-mail firm baits hackers with security challenge InfoSec News
Hackers go after Lundy site InfoSec News
U.N. warns of nuclear cyber attack risk InfoSec News
Linux Security Week - September 27th 2004 InfoSec News

Monday, 27 September

RE: Microsoft: To secure IE, upgrade to XP InfoSec News
Re: Microsoft: To secure IE, upgrade to XP InfoSec News
Linux Advisory Watch - September 24th 2004 (fwd) InfoSec News
JPEG/GDIplus vulnerability InfoSec News
Hackers use Google to access photocopiers InfoSec News

Friday, 24 September

Hackers tap server at Cal State Hayward InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2004-39 InfoSec News
For an infosecurity career, get the technical basics first InfoSec News
Wireless tip: Don't hide from risk InfoSec News
Symantec Holes Open Up Firewalls to Attacks InfoSec News
SSH Bouncing - How to get through firewalls easily, Part 2. InfoSec News
Microsoft: To secure IE, upgrade to XP InfoSec News

Thursday, 23 September

Students hack into computer and steal tests InfoSec News
U.S. Cybersecurity Office May Relocate InfoSec News
SpamAssassin sports new open-source license InfoSec News
Update: Credit card firm hit by DDoS attack InfoSec News
Bill would narrow intruder surveillance InfoSec News

Wednesday, 22 September

Academics get NSF grant for Net security centers InfoSec News
Activists Find More E-Vote Flaws InfoSec News
Windows is the 'biggest beta test in history' - Gartner InfoSec News
When outsourcing, don't forget security, experts say InfoSec News

Tuesday, 21 September

Internet security in RP remains dismal, says Filipino hacker InfoSec News
Gartner analysts point out the security you don't need InfoSec News
'Warez lawyer' had double agenda - claim InfoSec News
German Security Firm Hires Hacker Awaiting Trial InfoSec News
Linux Security Week - September 20th 2004 InfoSec News
9/11 overhaul likely to include cybersecurity provision InfoSec News

Monday, 20 September

Arrest made in Cisco source code theft InfoSec News
Beckham computer arrest made InfoSec News
Microsoft Opens Office Source Code to Governments InfoSec News
Cybercrime summit urges international cooperation InfoSec News
Linux Advisory Watch - September 17th 2004 InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Systems Reliability and Failure Prevention", Herbert Hecht InfoSec News

Friday, 17 September

Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2004-38 InfoSec News
Spam most destructive in China's Internet security InfoSec News
House may act on cybersecurity liability protection InfoSec News
Symantec Buys Security Consulting Pioneer @stake InfoSec News
German IT agency sets record straight on Explorer InfoSec News
AusCERT2005 Call for Presentations and Tutorials (AUSCERT#20044dfa4) InfoSec News

Thursday, 16 September

Feds say Lamo inspired other hackers InfoSec News
80% of World's Online Hackers and Pedophiles from Brazil InfoSec News
Five fired in Los Alamos lab scandal InfoSec News
[Vmyths.com ALERT] Hysteria predicted for 'JPEG Processor' vulnerability InfoSec News
DHS moves ahead with cybersecurity R&D efforts InfoSec News

Wednesday, 15 September

Bill would magnify cybersecurity in DHS InfoSec News
Extortion Online InfoSec News
MS Premium Customers Get Early Security Warnings InfoSec News
Hackers Join Homeland Security Effort InfoSec News
Major graphics flaw threatens Windows PCs InfoSec News
Virus writers add network sniffer to worm InfoSec News
Online article reveals hacker's ID InfoSec News

Tuesday, 14 September

Security holes plague Windows Help InfoSec News
Virus writers look for work InfoSec News
Germans develop nasty case of IE jitters InfoSec News
Linux Security Week - September 13th 2004 InfoSec News
New Royal Security Breach InfoSec News
Justice Department plans more labs focused on cyber crime InfoSec News

Monday, 13 September

German hacker finds open Wi-Fi networks in Manila InfoSec News
[infowarrior] - Assistance Requested: Rewriting the NISPOM Sec 8 InfoSec News
Advance Program for the 20th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference InfoSec News
Linux Advisory Watch - September 10th 2004 InfoSec News
Four steps for protecting your internal networks InfoSec News

Thursday, 09 September

Mitnick movie comes to the US InfoSec News
Microsoft confident XP update will baffle hackers InfoSec News
Sasser Worm Creator Charged with Sabotage InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2004-37 InfoSec News
For Wall Street, 9/11 lessons three years in the making InfoSec News

Wednesday, 08 September

Nasdaq tests everyone's disaster recovery plans InfoSec News
Code Pink Infiltrates RNC InfoSec News
Software pirates not safe at home InfoSec News
Army rebuilds networks after hack attack InfoSec News
Re: Tech threats: the new front in the War on Terror InfoSec News
REVIEW: "Ethics and Computing", Kevin W. Bowyer InfoSec News
Top UK companies are failing to develop written security policies InfoSec News

Friday, 03 September

Incheon Airport Vulnerable to Hackers InfoSec News
US government and security firms warn of critical Oracle flaws InfoSec News
New York presents wireless security challenge for RNC InfoSec News
Army honors security work InfoSec News
Alarming Garden security breaches InfoSec News

Thursday, 02 September

Security pros warn of critical flaws in Kerberos InfoSec News
Security Researchers Call for More Info from Oracle InfoSec News
Beefing up NIPRNET InfoSec News
Indian woman hacker nabbed in Philippines InfoSec News
Tech threats: the new front in the War on Terror InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2004-36 InfoSec News

Wednesday, 01 September

NK man faces computer-hacking charges InfoSec News
DOD reveals viral infection InfoSec News
Police question report of India code theft InfoSec News
Miami Attorney Files Lawsuits Against Castro InfoSec News
Open Source Vulnerability Database Opens Vendor Dictionary InfoSec News
REVIEW: "The Secured Enterprise", Paul E. Proctor/F. Christian Byrnes InfoSec News
[Vmyths.com ALERT] Follow-up on latest cyber-terror prediction InfoSec News
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