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Code Red: Guard Your Apps

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Attackers are worming their way around the network

The Buzz: August 6, 2001

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The Russian software developer arrested last month by the FBI for allegedly violating the controversial U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act is almost reaching cult status, with support groups cropping up all over the Internet.

Code Red Worm Exposes Security Flaws

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In the wake of the massive infection of Web servers by the Code Red worm, systems administrators and security experts are doing a lot of finger-pointing over who is to blame for one of the Internet's most far-reaching security events.

The Course of Internet Privacy Legislation Is Tough to Follow

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For a tumultuous trip, you could head for your nearest roller coaster this summer.

The Man With a Plan

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FTC chairman develops privacy agenda

Think Carefully Before Volunteering to Be a Security Vendors Guinea Pig

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Market downturn or not, the drawing power of the "cutting edge" remains a powerful force.

Apache Avoids Most Security Woes

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The Apache Software Foundation Inc.'s Apache HTTP Server has earned what many hope for and few achieve: an enviable security reputation.

Guaranteed to Keep the Bugs Out

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MessageLabs, a British managed security service provider, will officially enter the U.S. market this week promising customers a full refund if any viruses get through its e-mail protection offering.

IT Bugs Out Over IIS Security

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Microsoft's platform flaws have users mulling switch to rival Web servers

Fear Not, Security Tyros

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Security Transformation: Digital Defense Strategies To Protect Your Company's Reputation & Market Share

I Read the News Today, Oh Boy

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I-managers say security is their top priority. And for good reason.

Net Vigilance

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Security sentinels help you outflank the bad guys

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