Security researchers get around to finding flaws in IPv6 that were dealt with in IPv4 years ago. Ars looks at the issue of IPv6’s source routing and how big of a problem it really is.

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It’s been two years since I’ve wrote “The six dumbest ways to secure a wireless LAN” and it’s probably been one of my more successful blog entries ever. Since that time I’ve written a free electronic book on enterprise wireless LAN security for anyone to use and download from TechRepublic. Since it has been two years, I’m going to update the ..

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Both Windows Vista and Mac OS X can encrypt files and protect them from the prying eyes of thieves and snoops. Vista’s new BitLocker feature and Mac OS X’s FileVault are especially useful to those of you toting laptops that contain sensitive data.

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The National Security Agency (NSA) has developed and distributed configuration guidance for operating systems. These guides are currently being used throughout the government and by numerous entities as a security baseline. Very detailed instructions how to do it on your system. Instructions in PDF.

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This guide shows us how to use AES encryption on CDs and DVDs to store sensitive data. So when the FBI, RIAA or MPAA come knocking on your door, your data will be save, secure and encrypted!

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Cool new free service that tracks stolen USB gadgets like MP3 players, cameras and USB flash drives etc. When the device is stolen you log into the server, flag it as stolen and the next time the device is plugged into a computer it sends the owner of the device info about that system like IP address, location, username and computer name and more.

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Microsoft chairman Bill Gates talked with Newsweek magazine’s Steven Levy about the new version of Windows and shared his views on the “I’m a Mac” television commercials. In excerpts from the interview Gates goes on the offensive and claims that the security in Vista is better that the security in the Mac

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