SecureLab News Archive 2000
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Microsoft hack a U.S. security risk 12-29
E-Bomb Disrupts Electronics 12-29
NSC: 'Zombies' could cripple 'Net 12-28
Copy protection in every hard drive 12-20
Hacker Infiltrates 12-13
Fun with Internet bugs 12-13
FBI keyboard tap ... privacy issue 12-8
Gates: We must be more secure! 12-7
Big boss is watching you 12-7
Hospital hacked -- records stolen? 12-7
AOL 6.0 security questioned 12-7
Schwab site vulnerable to hackers 12-6
Invasion of Privacy 12-6
Companies strike back at mobile hacks 12-3
DoS alarm sounded over server flaw 12-3



MTX virus won't let you get help 11-29
Getting a grip on security 11-29
Electronic arsenal eroding our privacy 11-28
'Whitewash' of FBI Email-Tracking Tool 11-22
Another IE 5.5 security hole 11-21
A Star Wars Defense to Hackers 11-21
Holding off the hackers 11-20
Security problem in Microsoft software 11-20
FBI ...Carnivore Can 'Eat' Everything 11-17
Carnivore raises new concerns 11-17
Experts: Chat rooms spawn child attacks 11-16
Is tech-savvy worm dangerous or not? 11-15
He speaks hacker 11-15
Israeli Hackers Vow to Defend 11-15
Bugs at Internet speed? 11-14
Cybercrime treaty gets a makeover 11-13



Mideast cyberwarfare could escalate 10-31
Microsoft Hacked! Code Stolen? 10-27
Scourge of the Internet Age: ID theft 10-24
Broadband Could be Hackland 10-23
New Web Service Warns of Identity Theft 10-23
IE 5.5 hole lets hackers read files 10-18
Bug-hunters: Security holes unheeded 10-18
Underground hones in on MS server flaw 10-18
FBI's Carnivore hunts in a pack 10-18
EarthLink flaw exposes domains 10-17
U.S. spy chief sounds cyberwar alarm 10-16
Glitch reveals customer info 10-12
Microsoft fixes bug in WebTV software 10-12
Hacker virtually disables Net service 10-12
Another hole in Microsoft IE browser 10-5
Government Web Site's Security in Doubt 10-3



Software can make e-mail disappear 9-19
SDMI hack popular despite Linux boycott 9-19
A guide to nasty worms and viruses 9-16
Care and Feeding of Internet security 9-15
Wanted: Identity thieves 9-14
Microsoft shadows Web surfers 9-13
A bug in the legal code? 9-13



Hacker Finds Hole in Netscape 8-7
FreeWebStuff Downed By Hackers 8-7
Netscape/AOL Spy Software Discovered 8-3
Privacy groups protest FBI email scanner 7-12
Steps to get control of your Inbox 7-05
High-Speed Users At Risk From Hackers 7-04
Uncle Sam's 'cookie' is watching you 7-03
Anti-hacker raises hackles of underworld 6-30
Your Personal Data, Cheap, Easy, Online 6-24
Mattel to drop monitoring software 6-23
Workers, Surf at Your Own Risk 6-12
How malicious is this 'video' virus? 6-9

MARCH / APRIL / MAY 2000 Headlines

Microsoft threatens Net publication 5-13
'ILOVEYOU' worm keeps mutating 5-5
Intel disables ID tracking in new chips 4-27
Feds may be reading your mail 4-26
Back door discovered in FrontPage98 4-14
Instant Messenger or Instant Security Risk 4-19
Backdoor found in Shopping Cart Software 4-16
MS admits planting secret password 4-14
I Call It Spyware. So Sue Me! 3-30


February 2000 Headlines
Tech industry: No new anti-hacker laws 2-29
DoS: Linux to the rescue 2-29
The Way the Cookie Crumbles 2-21
Holes In The Net 2-21
Inside the Secret Cyberwar 2-21
Hunting the Hackers 2-21
Investigators close in on hackers 2-19
Hackers Plant Bogus Merger Announ. 2-18
Hackers Continue To Mutate Attack Tools 2-16
US-led spy web swings business deals 2-15
Hacker King: latest hackers mere hacks 2-15
Hacker targets credit cards 2-12
Web attacks spur hack insurance 2-11
Win2000 pirates wasting no time 2-10
Privacy fears deter e-travel bookings 2-8 faces privacy complaints 2-8
Microsoft battles pair of security bugs 2-3
Action urged against DoubleClick 2-1
Clinton anti-hacking plan under fire 2-1

  January 2000 Headlines
Bank law a threat to your privacy? 1-31
Hack attack greater threat than imagined 1-27
Does DoubleClick track too closely? 1-27
Hackers attack Japanese govt. web sites 1-26
Hackers take over AOL IM accounts 1-24
RSA's loss is everyone else's gain 1-23
Cybercrime Growing Harder To Prosecute 1-21
Hackings trigger e-shopping doubts 1-20
Dodging a hack attack 1-19
AmEx, Discover react to hacker attack 1-19
Companies Take Whack at Hackers 1-17
G-Man: 'Don't Just Fear Feds' 1-13
Revised Crypto Rules 1-13
Hackers infiltrate Internet services: 1-12
Taiwan aims 1000 viruses at China 1-11
Data thief threatens to strike again 1-11
Teen hacks 27 ISPs, gains root access 1-10
Clinton escalates war on cyber-terror 1-7
Cloak-and-Dagger on the Web 1-6
Hackers Become Security Consultants 1-6
A 'Hacking the Military Will Go 1-5
Pentagon prepares for cyber war 1-5
Hotmail [JavaScript] security hole 1-3
Warnings of hacker onslaught in days ahead 1-3
Crypto policy looks dumber and dumber 1-2
Crackers Hit Lloyd's of London 1-2
Do it yourself DSL security 1-1


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