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Security Linux News for Apr 29, 2000

  • ComputerWorld: Intel scoffs at 'post-PC' computing, but prepares for it (Apr 29, 2000, 23:21)
    "Intel Corp. executives may dismiss the notion of a 'post-PC era,' but in their six-hour briefing yesterday with New York financial analysts, their focus was sharply trained on e-business growth areas far beyond the PC market."

  • ..with Linux Installed? (Apr 29, 2000, 19:31)
    "The idea of having Linux and related software installed and configured on a new computer that I purchase... How many avid Linux users would seriously trust and use a Linux machine configured and installed by someone beside himself or herself?"

  • Securing Linux Part II (Apr 29, 2000, 17:07)
    "Part I of this article focused on basic methods to secure a default Linux installation. Aside from SSH, no additional software was installed on the machine to increase security. This article will examine some additional tools that can be installed to increase the overall security posture of a Linux system."

  • CNN/AP: Infamous computer hacker Kevin Mitnick ordered off lecture circuit (Apr 29, 2000, 13:22)
    "Mitnick, 36, said he has been trying to educate others about protecting themselves against cyberspace intrusions."