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eFiles: January 29, 2001

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Sure, dot-coms are folding left and right, but that doesn't mean you'll be able to scoop up the best and the brightest IT managers without paying top dollar.

Cable to Link U.S., Europe

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Cable & Wireless PLC. and Alcatel have started building what they call the world's most advanced IP trans-Atlantic cable, linking Long Island to Cornwall, England, and Brittany, France.

Tossing and Bashing George W. Bush

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Spencer was avoiding his deadlines and web surfing as usual when he accidentally hit upon the George W. Bush/ Albert Gore collector's coin at www.washingtonmint.com.

Congress Readies For Privacy Fight

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Capitol hill is gearing up to tackle the online privacy issue once again - and this time there appears to be more resolve to get a law passed.

Close Calls, But No Cracks

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Openhack III is still unscathed, but some hackers are changing tactics.

A Cool SSH Security Tool

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Putty, Simon Tatham's quietly developed SSH client, has become one of my most often used tools over the past several months, particularly during eWeek Labs' ongoing Openhack III security test.

Fast Breaks Newsfront: January 29, 2001

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Microsoft's online properties, the thirdmost popular destination on the Internet, were inaccessible for nearly two days because of an internal routing error and a subsequent denial-of-service attack, the company said.

Pondering Privacy

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Industry and privacy groups spar over online security and data access.

All Aboard the VPN Train

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British Columbia rail project secures moving targets.

Web Apps Pose Security Threat

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Even if your network is not totally secure, you probably thought you had defenses in all the right places. Think again.

Whats Your Exposure?

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Vigilante offers service to map security risks.

Openhack III Bowed But Not Broken

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Hacker site doesn't reveal any cracks yet but falls under a fierce onslaught of DoS attacks.

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