The Internet is an insecure place. - a common view of security on the Internet. This is not necessarily true, but vulnerabilities and exploits do exist. Many different protocols and tools have been developed to enhance the security on the Internet as these problems are discovered.
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- W3C Security Resources Links to security initiatives such as PICS Signed Labels, and XML-DSig. (W3C)
- Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures A searchable database of internet security problems.
- Dingbat's Warehouse Information about viruses, intrusion detection software, personal firewalls, and privacy. Hosts a streaming webcast called The Byte Show on security-related topics; CD-ROMs of interviews and software available.
- SuraSoft Offers news, tutorials, articles, and forum.
- Google Online Security Blog News and insights from Google on security and safety on the Internet.
- Get Safe Online UK government security service to help protect computers, mobile phones and other devices from malicious attack. Offers advice, bulletins, glossary, library and links plus an alerting service.
- Intrusion Detection FAQ Frequently asked questions about intrusion detection, from the SANS Institute.
- Can Internet Security Ever Work? Jon Callas co-founder of PGP provides an overview about the misidentification problem and general weakness of secure Internet protocols.
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