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Tuesday, 01 November

Linux Security Week - October 31st 2005 InfoSec News
Re: Web Banking Undergoing Security Upgrade InfoSec News
Foreign Office satellite phone goes AWOL InfoSec News
Bluetooth scanning goes mainstream InfoSec News
Postcard From SGS 2005: Wargaming Science InfoSec News
Seeing No Evil InfoSec News
Evasion bug bites virus shields InfoSec News

Monday, 31 October

REVIEW: "Corporate Computer and Network Security", Raymond R. Panko InfoSec News
Maui man admits to selling classified military secrets InfoSec News
Ex-employee alleged to have deleted township files InfoSec News
Web Banking Undergoing Security Upgrade InfoSec News
AIM worm plays nasty new trick InfoSec News
Linux Advisory Watch - October 28th 2005 InfoSec News
Origins of spy-mail easy to trace InfoSec News

Friday, 28 October

Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2005-43 InfoSec News
UNL officials pondering computer security overhaul InfoSec News
I CONNED YOU: GIVE ME A JOB InfoSec News
Flaw hunters pick holes in Oracle patches InfoSec News

Thursday, 27 October

German security agency warns of VoIP security risks InfoSec News
FISMA guidance nearly complete InfoSec News
U.S. cybersecurity test shelved until 2006 InfoSec News
Snort Bug Exploit Shows Up InfoSec News
Ex-employee of firm that opened shop on Rakuten Internet mall busted for leaking info InfoSec News

Wednesday, 26 October

ITL Bulletin for October 2005 InfoSec News
From Hacker to Protector InfoSec News
Extortion virus makes rounds in Russia InfoSec News
Homeland Security IG raps Secret Service's network security InfoSec News
BBC suspends BlackBerry service InfoSec News
Airline hacker all too frequent InfoSec News
Scramble to fix Skype security bug InfoSec News

Tuesday, 25 October

Most DNS servers 'wide open' to attack InfoSec News
Squabble continues over credit card breach InfoSec News
Hole punched in UK bank's security InfoSec News
Kentucky lands grant to protect bingo halls from terrorists InfoSec News
Hyundai falls victim to industrial espionage InfoSec News
Appeals court shelves shutdown of Interior computers InfoSec News
DHS to State Its Case to Business InfoSec News

Monday, 24 October

DOD computer hacker sentenced to 7 months InfoSec News
Navy Improves Network Security by Blocking Access to Commercial Webmail InfoSec News
Re: Security fix assures long election nights InfoSec News
RE: Bruce Schneier talks cyber law InfoSec News
Re: Oracle fixes bugs with mega patch InfoSec News
Linux Advisory Watch - October 21st 2005 InfoSec News
Homeland Security mulls cyber czar nomination InfoSec News

Friday, 21 October

Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2005-42 InfoSec News
Exploit circulating for newly patched Oracle bug InfoSec News
Patch Deployment Problems Haunt Microsoft Again InfoSec News
Negligence At MSU Exposes 9,100 Students to I.D. Theft InfoSec News
Guard against Titan Rain hackers InfoSec News
Dutch Say Suspects Hacked 1.5M Computers InfoSec News
50-Cent Holes InfoSec News
Judge orders Interior IT system shutdown InfoSec News
Security is not a PR problem InfoSec News

Thursday, 20 October

Mother Nature's storms postpone DHS' Cyber Storm InfoSec News
As battlefield moves online, DOD needs new technologies to fight terrorists InfoSec News
Bruce Schneier talks cyber law InfoSec News
Cyber crime comes of age as foreign plugs sell secrets InfoSec News

Wednesday, 19 October

Hacker loses name suppression InfoSec News
Oracle fixes bugs with mega patch InfoSec News
Davidson: Lessons of warfare for IT security InfoSec News
Security pros win out in office politics InfoSec News
Report: U.S. DOT needs to improve IT security InfoSec News
Sourcefire discloses buffer-overflow vulnerability in Snort InfoSec News
Packet analysis beats off hackers InfoSec News
Only Suckers Renew InfoSec News

Tuesday, 18 October

Microsoft: Unauthorized Windows XP SP3 'Preview' Bad News InfoSec News
Hackers no hassle: Hoff InfoSec News
Homeland Security inches toward makeover InfoSec News
Addressing the Human Security Vulnerability InfoSec News
Linux Security Week - October 17th 2005 InfoSec News
Avoid costly clearance delays - Field investigator cautions that a security clearance is not a resume InfoSec News
At Microsoft, Interlopers Sound Off on Security InfoSec News

Monday, 17 October

Linux Advisory Watch - October 14th 2005 InfoSec News
FBI puts stop to spam king InfoSec News
Incredulous ranking: 'Adbots' love Princeton InfoSec News
Interview: Fyodor InfoSec News
Lock-picking club feels responsibility is key InfoSec News
Re: Staff 'need reasons' to believe in security InfoSec News
Re: Glitch forces fix to cockpit doors InfoSec News
Critical Windows patch may wreak PC havoc InfoSec News

Friday, 14 October

Staff 'need reasons' to believe in security InfoSec News
Security fix assures long election nights InfoSec News
Military foundation's website hacked InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2005-41 InfoSec News
DDoS attacks still biggest threat InfoSec News
US cybersecurity all at sea InfoSec News

Thursday, 13 October

Securing mobile data more important than viruses InfoSec News
Officials: How much security is enough? InfoSec News
GAO: Defense agency not fully protecting information systems InfoSec News
Ten steps to secure networking InfoSec News
Princeton a hacker target, Symantec survey finds InfoSec News
Nessus scanner code forked InfoSec News

Wednesday, 12 October

Energy Department auditors cite cybersecurity flaws at FERC InfoSec News
The Four Most Dangerous Security Myths InfoSec News
CodeCon 2006 Call For Papers InfoSec News
Re: Justice IG report: Protect laptop data InfoSec News
3rd Annual High Technology Crime Investigation Association Seminar Presented by the Atlantic Canada Chapter HTCIA InfoSec News
Windows 2000 vulnerability could lead to new outbreak InfoSec News

Tuesday, 11 October

U.S. cybersecurity due for FEMA-like calamity? InfoSec News
Justice IG report: Protect laptop data InfoSec News
Cops smash 100,000 node botnet InfoSec News
Tsunami 'hacker' is innocent, say readers InfoSec News
Linux Security Week - October 10th 2005 InfoSec News
Re: Opinion: Complete failure of Oracle security response and utter neglect of their responsibility to their customers InfoSec News
Microsoft Details Antivirus And Anti-Spyware Timetable InfoSec News
State data systems upgraded after hack InfoSec News

Monday, 10 October

Linux Advisory Watch - October 7th 2005 InfoSec News
Glitch forces fix to cockpit doors InfoSec News
A Real Remedy for Phishers InfoSec News
Nessus security tool closes its source InfoSec News
Sourcefire Sold to Israeli Company InfoSec News
Sun to pull plug on Trusted Solaris InfoSec News
Tsunami hacker convicted InfoSec News
Banks step up security plans InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2005-40 InfoSec News
Opinion: Complete failure of Oracle security response and utter neglect of their responsibility to their customers InfoSec News
The Zombie Hunters: On the trail of cyberextortionists InfoSec News

Thursday, 06 October

Audit follows attack on FSU computers InfoSec News
'DEC hacking' trial opens InfoSec News
Nematodes: The Making of 'Beneficial' Network Worms InfoSec News
Bug spotted in Symantec antivirus InfoSec News
Espionage Case Breaches the White House InfoSec News
DHS site offers security tools, tips for software developers InfoSec News

Wednesday, 05 October

Text Hackers Could Jam Cellphones, a Paper Says InfoSec News
Gurgaon cops get NASSCOM cyber crime tips InfoSec News
Government creates network to fight hackers InfoSec News
AusCERT2006 - Call for Presentations and Tutorials InfoSec News
October Named National Cyber Security Awareness Month InfoSec News
"Teach them a healthy dose of fear" InfoSec News
Hack attack linked to annular eclipse InfoSec News

Tuesday, 04 October

IT security requirements now part of the FAR InfoSec News
Symantec buys BindView Development for $209 million InfoSec News
Flaw found in Kaspersky antivirus InfoSec News
Data Scandal InfoSec News
WA should beef up security: report InfoSec News
ASEAN cyber terrorism experts open forum in Cebu InfoSec News
Q&A With 'Wormologist' Vern Paxson InfoSec News

Monday, 03 October

White hat, gray hat, black hat InfoSec News
InfoSec News List Subscription Information InfoSec News
Political hackers deface Novell SUSE sites InfoSec News
The next IT security leaders - Know the tools to succeed in growing field InfoSec News
Secunia Weekly Summary - Issue: 2005-39 InfoSec News
Trojan rides in on unpatched Office flaw InfoSec News
Interior Dept. Computer System Insecure InfoSec News
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