Security Year in Review by Mixter

Mixter is a security expert, author of several open source security tools and whitepapers. Since 2000 he’s been working with Hacktivismo, a cDc-sponsored …

Security Year in Review by Melisa LaBancz

The development of the security scene in 2002 In my opinion the security scene has gone from being very heavily virus and random hacker oriented to focusing on the possibility …

Zero-Interaction Authentication

Laptops are vulnerable to theft, greatly increasing the likelihood of exposing sensitive files. Unfortunately, storing data in a cryptographic file system does not fully …

O’Reilly releases a book on 802.11 security

802.11 Security by authors Bruce Potter and Bob Fleck gives you a broad basis in theory and practice of wireless security, dispelling some of the myths along the way. In doing …

Tips for Safe Holiday Online Purchasing

While the shopping frenzy is at its all-year high, Network Associates’ business unit McAfee launched an educational campaign called Safe Holiday Online Purchasing …

Internet Cleanup 3.0 Protects Your Privacy

Aladdin Systems, Inc. (not to be confused with Aladdin Knowledge Systems) announced a new version of Internet Cleanup, software recently acquired from Kroll Ontrack. Internet …

Ubizen on E-Business Security

At this year’s RSA Conference 2002 Paris, we met with people from the European security company Ubizen. We talked with Carlo Sch??pp, Executive Vice President Ubizen …

Security Year in Review: VPNs and Firewalls

With many new and improved products on the market, this has been a good year for designing VPNs and deploying firewalls. Here’s an overview of happenings during 2002 …