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Security Linux News for May 15, 2000

  • Zope Weekly News for May 15, 2000 (May 15, 2000, 19:00)
    Zope is the leading Open Source web application server. Zope enables teams to collaborate in the creation and management of dynamic web-based business applications such as intranets and portals. Zope makes it easy to build features such as site search, news, personalization, and e-commerce into your web applications.

  • SRO: Who Deserves The ILOVEYOU Blame? Microsoft or you? (May 15, 2000, 17:50)
    "Many readers insist that Outlook's only problem is its popularity. But that's simply not true. ... Saddest of all, Microsoft's Outlook defaults make it vulnerable to these VisualBasic-based attacks."

  • Linux Gives Vets a Break (May 15, 2000, 17:25)
    "PEC Solutions officials said that its role in the $765,000 deal is to help manage the transition to a state-of-the-art information system using Linux to to enhance communications and information sharing among the Veterans Benefits Administration's (VBA) numerous regional offices."

  • ComputerWorld: FTC panel avoids online privacy recommendations (May 15, 2000, 15:37)
    "A Federal Trade Commission (FTC) advisory committee... has completed its work and written a report that fails to offer a recommendation on the most contentious problem it faced: How much access should consumers be given to information that businesses collect about them via the Internet?"

  • 'I Love You' and the Problem of Cyberwarfare (May 15, 2000, 13:20)
    "Security requires a complete re-engineering of the operating system to permit rapid diagnosis through complete transparency. It will not be easy to evolve Windows or NT in this direction."

  • Linux Security Week - May 15th, 2000 (May 15, 2000, 06:30)
    "The purpose of this document is to provide our readers with a quick summary of each week's most relevant Linux security headlines and system advisories."

  • Nexus Linux Project Goes Public (May 15, 2000, 03:25)
    "Nexus is a maximum-security Linux distribution split of from the high-profile kha0s Linux project."

  • Here Comes the Hurricane (May 15, 2000, 03:05)
    "Then again, is this the beginning of UCITA on a global scale?"