Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Article Roundup

Bruce Schneier has a contest up on his blog for people to come up with the most unlikely, but still plausible movie-plot terrorist threat. Some of the ideas are, well, interesting.

The Internet Storm Center has an interesting post detailing some anecdotes about when companies started to take network security seriously. As you might imagine, most of the stories indicate that companies are reactive when it comes to security.

The US lags behind many Asian and European nations in IPv6 migration.

All you ever wanted to know about Debian's secure Apt.

Marcus Ranum's list of the six dumbest ideas in computer security.

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