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On Trust and Open Source

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When we speak of the open-source culture/movement/business (or threat, if you are Microsoft), many of us may not be aware of its roots.

Theres No Place Like Home Security

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In the coming years, security breaches won't occur nearly as often inside networks as at users' homes.

WEP Remains Vulnerable

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IEEE works to plug security holes; vendors, users try stopgap measures

Privacy Woe?

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When it comes to protecting privacy online, the biggest foes we have to fear are ourselves.

IE 6.0 Beta Takes Small Steps

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Web site privacy rating capability, cookie management features need work

Handing It Over

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In an effort to boost partners' profits and customer retention, Novell is outsourcing its Volume Licensing Agreement (VLA) renewals and upgrade protection to Rainmaker Systems.

Biometrics Is Closing in on the Enterprise

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Biometric security vendors, which for years have been trying to make the leap from science fiction to the enterprise

Return to Exodus

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We first visited one of Exodus Communications' co-location facilities back in April 2000.

Sticky Fingers

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Employee theft burns e-tailers

A Privacy Assessment Tool Offers One Answer

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The online-privacy game has many rules, but few ways to keep score.

Surviving in an Insecure E-World

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The vulnerabilities recently found in the widely used Berkeley Internet Name Domain server should serve as a fresh reminder that it's an insecure e-world out there

Corporate Privacy: Disunited Front

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Even as corporate foes of federal privacy regulation champion the release of new data detailing the lofty cost of such rules to businesses and consumers, behind the scenes the industry remains as fractured as ever on the issue.

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