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Intel adds security to file-swapping

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Intel is attempting to add security to the file-swapping technology made popular by music-sharing service Napster, by publishing an open source library of tools. Called the Peer-to-Peer Trusted Library, the tools enable application developers to add trusted elements such . . .

How quickly should security flaws be made public?

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Indeed, many vendors, network administrators and security companies adopt a policy of less-is-more when it comes to the question of how much information to release to the public about a particular software bug, exploit or attack. . . .

Wireless Security Flawed, Researchers Report

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Wireless devices, including laptop computers and PDAs that are widely used to access company networks, rely on a protocol that has "major security flaws" and are vulnerable to hackers using equipment they can obtain easily, a research group at the University . . .