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    Interesting chap, this Clarke guy. I met the man...

    Interesting chap, this Clarke guy. I met the man and attended a conference over which he presided. He didn't strike me as anything out of the ordinary. BUT - he is taking advice from any and all...
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    Personally i wouldnt trust ANY automatic update...

    Personally i wouldnt trust ANY automatic update system. While it is nearly impossible to keep up with all Microsnot's updates manually, I prefer to wait for time to prove out new updates for...
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    Most Appreciated - that'll give her a little more...

    Most Appreciated - that'll give her a little more to chew on.
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    Anyone here know about HIPAA regulations?

    Privacy and security laws regarding medical records handling etc. My wife runs a medical practice and needs to conform to HIPAA by April 2003. I did considerable research - see...
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    Thanks for all the suggestions. I'll try and...

    Thanks for all the suggestions. I'll try and address your responses individually.

    - We used to have a system whereby I set all the passwords. New security policy. No more.

    - legality of...
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    Thank you all who replied. I have found a...

    Thank you all who replied.

    I have found a combo that is reasonably priced and works within our limited Microsnot world. All in all we got what we need for $4K as opposed to the $20K+++ for things...
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    yes it is - but in microsnot's wonder of...

    yes it is - but in microsnot's wonder of "security" when an XP or win2k machine is locked the ONLY way to unlock it AND ensure that all running programs continue is to unlock the station as the same...
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    Geric - that already exists - domain admin (me)...

    Geric - that already exists - domain admin (me) can login to any machine in the domain as himself. Problem is that all processes running under the old login are stopped - that three day long ...
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    Password Security and Network Administration

    Anyone out there have situations where they need to be able to login as a particular user on their network for troubleshooting purposes? Make the situation even more sticky when that person is not in...
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    The Future of hacking

    This is a thread I initiated on another board. Thought I'd throw it out to the wolves for dismantling, dismembering and cogitation. It's a commentary on a conference I attended earlier this year and...
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    Much appreciated angrybob - I'm having a go at it...

    Much appreciated angrybob - I'm having a go at it as we speak.
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    *embarassed sigh* no *nix boxes in-house, no $$$...

    *embarassed sigh* no *nix boxes in-house, no $$$ to buy another box and, worst of allI know nothing about *nix nor do any of the other people in my co.

    Oh and did I mention we are at risk of...
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    Firewall log server/monitor and IDS

    Need help finding a reasonably priced product that meets these requirements. (trying to avoid the major $$$ for Cisco Works)

    I need to log and monitor firewall activity as well as need a full...
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    MS Palladium - Yay or Nay???

    http://www.epic.org/privacy/consumer/microsoft/palladium.html

    excerpts

    "Through software and hardware controls, Palladium would place Microsoft as the gatekeeper of identification and...
  15. CMOS/BIOS virii

    There are already documented virii which are able to remove, corrupt, or otherwise make your bios inoperable. Why would anybody mess around playing with clock speed or the likes?
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    *nix security ftp

    was asked to remove public reference to said site
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    oh man - there are so many - all the above are...

    oh man - there are so many - all the above are great
    http://www.internetsecuritynews.com/
    http://www.computerworld.com/itresources/rchome/0,4167,NAV63_KEY73,00.html...
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    Antionline News Links

    that used to be at h**p://www.antionline.com/links/Computers/Security/News/AntiOnline/index.html

    Anybody know where they went? I go there, follow the menus down to the article I want to read and...
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    okay - so they may have deserved it - the article...

    okay - so they may have deserved it - the article is an excellent technical discussion of an attack - and if any of you blowhards had bothered to read it you might learn something.

    This was a...
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    e5c4p3 - Thanks for the great common sense!!

    We all want to depend on our technology (routers, firewalls, stateful inspection,) and all that stuff. Toys like that are definite musts in our era. Fort Knox or the CIA could be compromised with...
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    Poll: More on Magic Lantern and Carnivore

    Okay - Carnivire - The "old" system already in place with many ISP's - it can easily capture and store ALL INTERNET TRAFFIC THROUGHT AN ISP'S ROUTERS. They install it on site at the ISP and it just...
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    Gibson Research taken down in DDOS Attack

    Story is old (about a month) but truly telling in it's complete nature. Shows where the DOS aTtackers are going and how in detail they carry out their attacks - evein using Internet Core Routers...
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    MS "Security Scanner"

    tee hee nice OxyMoron there MS - Security??!!
    More like a way for MS to ensure constant and regular access to your system and to monitor unlicensed software installations.

    Oh - I forgot - they do...
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    Poll: Magic Lantern/Carnivore?

    I'd be interested in general opinion and ideas here regarding the implementation of the above mentioned systems to access our data

    Mind you access everything with a phone call to a judge claiming...
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