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Net security: A contradiction in terms?

A PHP flaw could affect 1 million Web sites, virus attacks on businesses are growing, and the jury's still out on Microsoft's widely hyped "Trustworthy Computing" initiative.

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A PHP flaw could affect 1 million Web sites, virus attacks on businesses are growing, and the jury's still out on Microsoft's widely hyped "Trustworthy Computing" initiative. Even Linux has a hole. What's up with Web security? Scripting flaw ripe for Web worm
Security experts warn system administrators to patch a flaw in a scripting module widely used among Apache Web sites, before the Internet's seedy side develops a worm to exploit it.
March 4, 2002 
Study: Viruses plaguing corporations
A new survey finds that between January 2000 and August 2001, the tally of virus attacks continued to grow. The good news: Companies appear to be taking security more seriously.
March 4, 2002 
Seeking signs of Microsoft security push
Five weeks after Bill Gates put his foot down over the company's security lapses, evidence has yet to indicate whether the crackdown is working.
March 4, 2002 

previous coverage
Sharpei virus hits C# note
Virus writers aim for .Net again with a computer worm written in Microsoft's newest language for the Internet-wide framework.
March 1, 2002 
Flaw weakens Linux security software
Programmers have found a vulnerability in the operating system that could allow protective software to grant malicious computer users access to protected networks.
February 28, 2002 

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