What are you doing to stop security saboteurs?

Tuesday, 20 February 2007, 12:03 AM EST

All it takes to sabotage a network is one person. It's as simple as uploading a program that opens back doors into administrative computers, turning an entire computer system into a spammer's playground. Networks should be secured by passwords. Even better, they should be turned off while not in use. Passwords are imperative to data protection.

At TechNewsWorld.

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OpenBSD team forks OpenSSL to create safer SSL/TLS library

Posted on 22 April 2014.  |  Members of the OpenBSD project have begun working on a free version of the SSL/TLS protocol. They are not starting from scratch, but have forked OpenSSL to create a new, more secure option which they have dubbed LibreSSL.


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