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Links 1 through 10 of 44 by Jason Brooks tagged security

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As noted at SELinux News, OpenSolaris has launched a new project, Flexible Mandatory Access Control (FMAC), to integrate the Flask/TE security scheme into their OS. This is the same underlying model implemented by SELinux, and follows other cross-platform

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Larry Seltzer's calling for Microsoft to allow ISVs to use WU as a channel for patches. He sees MS serving as a host, but MS could just follow the Linux world's lead and create a network repository standard for ISVs to adopt, a la Ubuntu & Debian's apt...

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My take -- this is all about, "Don't be afraid that NAC/NAP will devolve into HD-DVD vs. Blue-Ray."

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"Virtual Honeypots" is a must-read book that should be added to any security professional's bookshelf today. It's my "analyst's choice" for the month of August and well worth going out to your local bookstore to pick up a copy.

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"Security consultant Christopher Wells has just written Securing Ajax Applications, $49.99 from O'Reilly. While the book is written for Ajax developers, I think it's more appropriate for business analysts who are specifying Ajax projects."

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"The 'winners' in last night's contest were Linux tools from Kaspersky and Symantec, and the open source Clam AV. All three tools caught 100 percent of the viruses they encountered. FProt and Sophos caught 94 percent; McAfee caught 89 percent; and GlobalH

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