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Red Hat opens up security code

In a bid to prove that open source software is more secure, Red Hat is freeing up the source code behind its identity management and security platform. The move is seen as offering a carrot to developers who will be more likely to embrace open source if they can more easily integrate their technology with Red Hat's security and network management products.

March 24, 2008 | | Comments (0)

Another data loss

This time a USB memory stick containing 165,000 pages of suspects' details has been found by a member of the public outside a betting shop in Stevenage. The data was unencrypted and the finder was able to access all the information when he plugged it into his PC.

Good job the finder was a good citizen and handed it in.

March 11, 2008 | | Comments (1)

Oxfam scam warning

Security experts have warned of a new email scam that purports to be a lottery notification from Oxfam.

The emails claim that the recipient has won £850,000 in a lottery run by the international aid relief organisation, and asks for bank account details to transfer the 'winnings'.

The scam tells recipients to contact a email address, and lists a UK 070 personal phone number for people who wish to make contact via telephone.

March 4, 2008 | | Comments (3)

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