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Openhack III Bowed But Not Broken

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Hacker site doesn't reveal any cracks yet but falls under a fierce onslaught of DoS attacks.

Wrestling with E-Commerce

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Privacy issues top Congress' technology agenda.

Defenses Still Weak

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Experts: DDoS attacks remain serious threat to Web sites.

Absent Serious Medical Intervention, a Fingerprint Is Forever

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It's official: biometric technologies have emerged as the new front-runner in the race to become the security industry's next big thing.

The LAN, PAN, WAN Plan

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Wireless technologies can plug in mobile workers securely as long as managers act with caution.

FTC Shifts To Right

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The Federal Trade Commission during the past few years has taken the lead among federal agencies in tussling with online privacy issues, but its aggressive stance may stall, or even be reversed, with the change in administrations.

Swat Those Bugs Away

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Would you want to see a virus crawl into your PC from a message? Of course not, and neither do your users.

Private Matters

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The world of digital snoops and spooks is a pretty dark space, but Richard M. Smith has illuminated some of its darker corners.

Conflict on the Hill

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Industry reps and government officials prepare to do battle over Internet taxes and other tech issues

How to Cover Your Shopping Footprints

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Shopping on the Internet is like signing up for a supermarket saver card or getting that extra 10 percent discount when you sign up for a retail store's credit card.

Hacking: Its a Mad, Mad, Mad New World

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"Spy vs. Spy" is Mad Magazine's classic cartoon that pits two virtually identical characters against each other in an espionage and dirty-tricks contest that never ends. Great news: Hacking is heading straight into "Spy vs. Spy" te

The Year of the Killer Hackers

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And other tales of security woes facing IT.

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