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by Rohyt Belani, K. K. Mookhey 1. Introduction As companies expand their presence globally, there arises a need for secure electronic communications between geographically dispersed locations. Virtual private networks (VPNs) ...
Article by Anonymous | 08 Feb 2005 | 0 comments
by Artur Maj In the first article of this three part series, the reader was shown how to install, configure, and troubleshoot Apache 2.0 with SSL/TLS support. Part two now discusses the recommended settings for the mod_ssl module ...
Article by Anonymous | 01 Feb 2005 | 0 comments
by Isaac Dawson Introduction The topic of blind buffer overflow exploitation or exploitation without access to the binary or system running the application has been rarely discussed. In April 2000 a question was posed to ...
Article by Anonymous | 24 Jan 2005 | 0 comments
by Artur Maj For more than 10 years the SSL protocol has been widely used for the purpose of securing web transactions over the Internet. One can only guess how many millions or billions of dollars in transactions are processed per a day using ...
Article by Anonymous | 17 Jan 2005 | 4 comments
by Dr. Thomas Porter     Introduction This paper looks at the evolution of firewall technology towards Deep Packet Inspection, and then discusses some of the security issues with this evolving technology. ...
Article by Anonymous | 10 Jan 2005 | 4 comments
by Brian Hatch Introduction SSH is typically used for logging into remote servers so you have shell access to do maintenance, read your email, restart services, or whatever administration you require. SSH also offers some ...
Article by brihatch | 05 Jan 2005 | 0 comments
by Steven Weil Introduction ITIL - the Information Technology Infrastructure Library - is a set of best practices and guidelines that define an integrated, process-based approach for managing information technology services. ITIL ...
Article by Anonymous | 21 Dec 2004 | 7 comments
by Peter Ferrie, Frederic Perriot There are many metrics by which to measure the efficiency and effectiveness of an antivirus product and the response organization that is backing it. Some of the commonly used metrics today include ...
Article by Anonymous | 05 Dec 2004 | 2 comments
by Brian Hatch No one likes typing passwords. If people had their way, computers would simply know who they were and what they should have access to without us proving it at every turn. [1] In my last article I showed you ...
Article by brihatch | 22 Nov 2004 | 0 comments
by Mariusz Burdach Editor's note: a Korean translation of this article, courtesy of Netsecure Technology, is available here as a PDF document. Other requests for translation can be sent to the editors . ...
Article by Anonymous | 17 Nov 2004 | 3 comments