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Availability of Patches Stirs Controversy

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General release of bind patches followed advisory by 24 hours.

CA Aims Security Efforts at Access Control

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Large vendors start to take on identity management.

Facts Cant be Litigated Away

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Commentary: DMCA was never meant to block sale price lists, but retailers are trying to use it to stop the free flow of information

Open-Source Security Comes Under Fire

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Report calls open-source software and Linux distributions the "2002 poster children for security problems."

RealPlayer Patch Fails to Fix Flaws

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Real Networks fails to close three security holes in its RealOne, RealPlayer media players.

Security Cert Provider Cries Foul

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A top security certification provider this week charged that a rival group's plan to offer a comparable certification will force security pros to obtain multiple credentials.

Siebel, Lockheed Martin Team on Homeland Security

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Duo aims to deliver Siebel eGovernment and Homeland Security apps to federal agencies.

Microsoft Revises Security Bulletins, Rating System

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The company will make security bulletins more readable and add a fourth security rating-Important.

Feds Back Cyber-Projects

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$903 million is set aside for security initiatives.

Feds Want Central Contact for Vulnerability Reporting

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Will give researchers credit, help to ensure vendor action is taken.

Turning the Key on Data

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Quantum cryptography advances threaten to shake up traditional approaches to computer security.

BIND Flaws Reignite Security Debate

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A skirmish over the release of patches for three serious flaws found in the BIND server software incites vulnerability reporting debate.

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