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Rainbow iVEA’s CryptoSwift 600 Capture’s Network Computing Magazine’s “Well Connected Award” for Best SSL Accelerator at Networld+Interop

Industry’s Leading eCommerce Acceleration Product Captures Prestigious Award at Networking Industry’s Largest Trade Show LAS VEGAS, May 8, 2001 — Rainbow iVEA, a Rainbow Technologies (Nasdaq: RNBO) company and a leading provider of high-performance security solutions for the Internet and eCommerce, today announced that the CryptoSwift 600 eCommerce accelerator captured a Well Connected Award by Network Computing Magazine at the Spring 2001 Networld+Interop Conference in Las Vegas. The CryptoSwift 600 defeated the nCipher nForce 300 … More

WatchGuard Redefines Price/Performance in Internet Security Appliance Market

Firebox III Family Delivers Superior Performance, Value and Ease of Deployment for Internet Data Centers and Medium to Large Enterprises LAS VEGAS–May 8, 2001–WatchGuard Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq:WGRD), a leader in Internet security solutions, today introduced its next generation of award-winning Firebox Internet security appliances at the NetWorld + Interop Conference in Las Vegas. The Firebox III family, consisting of the Firebox 2500 and Firebox 4500, redefine price/performance by delivering industry-leading performance at prices that are … More

Leading Grassroots Organization Grows by Leaps and Bounds

Braeside, ON – May 8, 2001 – The Anti-Virus Information Exchange Network (AVIEN) and its associated Early Warning System (EWS) continue to increase their growth at a fast pace. At the end of April, 2001, with just 6 months of activity, AVIEN already includes antivirus specialists who support more than 2 million end users. AVIEN members come from all areas – government, education, industry, commerce, consulting and technology. Every day, members talk with each other … More

Captus Announces Advanced Intrusion Detection Technology for Stopping Denial-of-Service Attacks While Sparing Legitimate High-Volume Network Traffic

LAS VEGAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 7, 2001– Traffic Limiting Intrusion Detection System Enables Service Providers and Data Centers to Remain Operational During DoS Attacks Captus Networks, the world leader in protecting against Denial of Service attacks, today announced a major software enhancement to its CaptIO(TM) family of network security solutions that greatly simplifies the task of systems administrators for ensuring the security and availability of their Internet networks. With Captus’ new Traffic Limiting Intrusion Detection System (TLIDS(TM)), … More

CyberGuard Strengthens Relationship With Websense, Integrates Firewall With Market-Leading EIM Solution

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 4, 2001– CyberGuard Corporation (OTC:CYBG), the technology leader in network security, today announced that it is strengthening its relationship with Websense (Nasdaq:WBSN), the world’s leading employee Internet management (EIM) software company. CyberGuard’s latest firewall now integrates with Websense Enterprise v4, allowing businesses to more effectively monitor, report and manage employee activity on the Web. As personal use of the Internet increases in the work setting, more organizations are exploring solutions to … More

JAWZ and Emagebox.com Develop Secure Applications for Advertising and Entertainment Industry

FAIRFIELD, N.J. & TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 3, 2001–JAWZ Inc. (Nasdaq:JAWZ), a leading provider of secure information management solutions, and Emagebox.com today announced a strategic partnership for the development of secure interactive solutions. JAWZ Inc. and Emagebox.com Inc. are working together to explore “Digital Media Distribution System” a secure method for delivering advertising and entertainment industry products and content over the Internet. This solution will also ensure the privacy and confidentiality of information being transmitted. The potential … More

Enterasys Networks Products Named Finalists in Multiple Categories for Best of Show Awards At NetWorld+Interop

ROCHESTER, N.H.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 3, 2001– Enterasys Networks(TM) today announced that two of its networking products were named by CMP Media’s InternetWeek and Network Computing as Finalists in the Best of Show Awards competition at NetWorld+Interop 2001 Las Vegas. The RoamAbout(TM) R2 was named in the Enterprise Network Infrastructure category and the Matrix(TM) E1 in the Carrier Network Infrastructure category. Enterasys is the only computer networking company with products named as finalists in more than one … More

ISS Expands Information Protection Platform with Advanced Desktop Security and Highly Scalable Management System

Conference Calls and Web Casts to be held 8:30 AM, EDT and 10:30 AM, EDT on Tuesday, May 1, 2001 ATLANTA, Ga. – April 30, 2001 – Internet Security Systems (ISS) (Nasdaq: ISSX) today announced an agreement to acquire privately-held Network ICE Corporation of San Mateo, California, a leading developer of desktop intrusion protection technology and highly scalable security management system. Additionally, the Company is providing its updated business outlook for the second quarter and … More

The Phrack E911 Affair

I had not planned to post this as a special issue, and had put itdirect in the TELECOM Archives. However, the demand for copies (basedon the mail I received Saturday alone) indicates it would be betterhandled in a couple of newsgroups.I had not anticipated the large demand for copies. Here it is: Date: Tue, 15 May 90 02:40:28 pdt From: Emmanuel Goldstein Subject: 2600 Articles: The Phrack E911 Affair ***************************** THE FOLLOWING TWO ARTICLES ARE … More

Diary of a Hacker

What I am about to write about happened in October of 1988, right after I had turned 16. Yes, I had a Computer. Yes, I was a hacker. Yes, this is my story. This story is all true. The events in the story are as real as the noses on your faces. Any attempt to change this story would be boring, and unnescessary. Hello. My Handle is The Cuisinart Blade, (I have since changed it) … More

The FBI fights computer crime

The FBI fights computer crime with weapons that are at least ten years old, according to one insider with contacts deep inside the “hacker” community. Hampered by the lack of a single federal law that specifically prohibits computer crime, and hamstrung by the fact that probably three quarters of the computer mischief is done by juveniles who can’t be prosecuted to the full extent of the law, the famous federal police force nevertheless leads the … More

Dial Back isn’t always secure

Date: Thu, 28-Feb-85 Subject: Dial Back isn’t always secure From: [usenet via anonymous donor] An increasingly popular technique for protecting dial-in ports from the ravages of hackers and other more sinister system penetrators is dial back operation wherein a legitimate user initiates a call to the system he desires to connect with, types in his user ID and perhaps a password, disconnects and waits for the system to call him back at a prearranged number. … More