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No Cyberattacks Yet, But Theyre Coming

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Security experts expect a tidal wave of hacker activity once the U.S. military retaliates for last week's terrorism, although cyberattacks weren't launched right after the disaster.

Net Admins Redouble Efforts to Prevent Cyber-Attacks

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An FBI warning has administrators of the nation's corporate networks double-checking--and double-locking--their systems in the wake of Tuesday's terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.

News Sites Fall Down

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Major news sites were not prepared to satisfy the demands of news-hungry Americans on Tuesday according to measurements by Keynote Systems.

Trade Center Attack Knocks Out Communications

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An apparent terrorist attack on the World Trade center has crippled communications in New York City this morning.

Net Sites Help Survivors, Families Reunite

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New survivor sites are springing up to help those caught in today's terrorist attacks to signal family members that they are alive.

Wired Workers Turn On TV For Terrorism News

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Even wired workers who spend most of their day tuned into the Web say the first place they turned to get news about the terrorists attacks in New York and Washington, D.C. was television -- at least at first.

No Cyberattacks Reported

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There have been no reports of any coordinated cyberattack on the Internet or other networks -- but there could be hacker activity in the wake of the apparent terrorist attacks against the U.S., an Internet security expert said.

PGP Expands Crypto Offerings

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NAI division unveils latest in multiplatform encryption products.

Cost-Saving Gear in Works

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Abeona, Nexsi and other equipment vendors say wares to offer swift ROI.

Monster.com Gobbles Privacy

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Monster.com is the premier job Web site, and as far as privacy advocates are concerned, it's about as scary as they get.

FBI

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Bureaucratic bungling is pandemic in Washington, D.C., but when it comes to information security enforcement, the FBI is setting new levels of razworthy incompetence

Microsoft Adds Security Option

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Microsoft's Personal Security Advisor certainly can't replace a well-designed set of group policies and a strong initial Windows and Office installation, but the free Web-based app can give you a quick-and-dirty security audit in just a few seconds

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