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  • Internet complexity, insecurity could stifle innovation, expert says

    Security threats are driving vendors to produce software and devices that automatically update and run only proprietary software with no effort from the end user. The result could be less flexibility and innovation, one expert says. 

  • Where's Larry? Ellison calls out sick at RSA Conference

    Despite the Oracle CEO's no-show, the database software giant talked up its framework for secure data sharing; meanwhile, CA's CEO called for simplified security products. 

  • CA backup bug exploitable on Vista

    In what appears to be the first exploit for a third-party app running on Vista, a previously patched buffer overflow vulnerability in CA BrightStor ARCserve Backup has been exploited. One security firm says ISVs aren't taking advantage of Vista's new... 

  • Developing an application security mind-set

    Baking security into applications can be a difficult process, but experts believe developing an application security mind-set can help create more secure software systems. 

  • Microsoft releases Vista APIs to security vendors

    Microsoft released a draft set of programming interfaces allowing security vendors to develop software using the Windows kernel on 64-bit systems. 

  • Podcast: Expert sees rise in sophisticated attacks

    In this edition of Security Wire Weekly, Andreas Wiegenstein, chief technology officer of Virtual Forge discusses why application security attacks are becomming more sophisticated. 

  • Secure voting: Source code analysis tool key to absentee ballot system

    PostX turned to the Fortify Source Code Analysis tool for help developing an absentee ballot request system for the U.S. Armed Forces. The system allows deployed military personnel to securely request and receive absentee ballot packages via the Web ... 

  • Security Blog Log: Taking Google Code Search for a spin

    This week, the blogosphere is buzzing about Google Code Search. Despite concerns that the tool will aid attackers, some see it as a boost for security. 

  • Microsoft to fold security into Windows division

    The software giant said the move would make future Windows development efforts more efficient. The changes take effect after Microsoft releases Vista. 

  • Google Code Search gives security experts a sinking feeling

    The new search tool from Google can help developers find useful code examples. But security experts worry that it also will make attackers' jobs that much easier.