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Nimda propagates again

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SecuritySecurity Focus says the Nimda worm (which is already spreading havoc) is set to do another propagation really soon. They found another code bit that is supposed to respread Nimda 10 days after the machine was first infected. That means really soon for many vulnerable Windows servers and workstations.
Initial Nimda attack activity began at 0300 GMT on September 18, indicating that a second wave could begin as early as 0300 GMT on Friday 28.
 
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OpenSSH 2.9.9 released

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SecuritySeptember 25th, 2001: OpenSSH 2.9.9 has been released. It fixes a weakness in the key file option handling, including source IP based access control and contains many portability bug-fixes. First spotted at BSDAtwork.com.
 
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Patching and securing IIS4

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SecurityBy Tor Willy Austerslått

MS Internet Information Server v4 is plastered with security holes out of the box. The amount of patching you need to do after a new install is staggering. Where to begin?
 
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