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    Ever since primary election ballots were cast electronically this political season, people have cried foul over results. Now an e-vote company that audits ballots has released its source code to demonstrate that every vote counts. 

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  • Flaw found in NetScreen Security Manager

    A flaw in NetScreen Security Manager needs manual updating until a service pack is released. The vulnerability could expose valuable information to attackers. 

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    BEA Systems warns of a vulnerability that exists in its WebLogic Server and WebLogic Express and which could lead to a denial of service. 

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    Take a look at 2003 and viruses that kept infosecurity professionals on both sides of the aisle -- vendors and admins -- running around putting out fires. 

  • IBM, GE partner on security solution

    IBM and GE partner to fill the gap between security systems used for protecting physical property, such as ID badges, and those used for protecting computers, such as passwords. 

  • Antivirus space suddenly crowded with Microsoft in the room

    Microsoft made its long-anticipated leap into the antivirus market with an announcement Tuesday that it will acquire Romanian firm GeCAD Software Srl. 

  • Quick Takes: Tool identifies network vulnerabilities

    Qualys announced a Web-based tool that identifies network vulnerabilities, leading off this edition of Quick Takes.