Security Linux News for Mar 27, 2000
LinuxPR: Covalent Technologies to Export Strong Encryption Software (Mar 27, 2000, 23:27)
"RavenTM SSL E-Commerce Security Software for the
Apache Web Server Now Available Worldwide."
PRNewswire: RapidStream Integrates Check Point's Secure Virtual Network (SVN) Architecture (Mar 27, 2000, 22:44)
"The resulting Linux-based appliance offering provides customers
with high-performance security solutions, using RapidStream's
Scaleable Security Architecture..."
SecurityFocus.com: The New Evolution Of Threats (Mar 27, 2000, 19:57)
"There is something new on the horizon, and it's pretty
frightening. Take all the power of a thousand-system network and
combine it with the stealth and capabilities of a Trojan Horse
program, and you've got the latest generation of computer
Security Portal: ASP - Application Service Provider or A Security Problem? (Mar 27, 2000, 19:41)
"A CIO needs to see the ASP as trustees of the corporate jewels,
and must develop high standards for information protection and have
clear methods of measurement for compliance."
Security Portal: Weekly Linux Security Roundup - 2000/03/20 to 2000/03/26 (Mar 27, 2000, 18:28)
"Another quiet week for Linux, not much new stuff, and a few
advisories for problems found last week in dump, etc."
RootPrompt.org: Unix Internet Security: Considering Conventional Wisdom (Mar 27, 2000, 14:31)
"...there really are significant network security
vulnerabilities with virtually every version of this large and
complex operating system."
SiteReview.org: The Short Life and Hard Times of a Linux Virus (Mar 27, 2000, 00:36)
"Why aren't the existing Linux virii anything more than a topic
for columns such as this one? Why don't they affect you in your
daily computing in the way that MS virii affect Windows users?"