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Tutorial: Virtual private networks, Part 2
Tutorial: VPNs, Part 2
Still curious about virtual private networks? Larry Loeb takes a closer look at VPN technology in the second part of this two-part series. (Education)
Information assurance powwow, Part 2:  What's going in in the world of information assurance? Find out with this expanded coverage of the IEEE workshop by security expert Larry Loeb. (Articles)
Tunneling through the corporate network:  Explore a safe and reliable technique for accessing corporate networks -- the use of Java objects over HTTP. (Articles)
Information assurance pow-wow, Part 1:  Larry Loeb reports his findings at the IEEE information assurance workshop, and explains IA's significance from a security standpoint. (Articles)
Addressing security issues in Linux:  Get an overview of all the major Linux security topics you need to know. (Articles)
Encrypting with Stunnel:  Having trouble integrating SSL into your applications? Find out how Stunnel can (and can't) make your life easier. (Articles)
dW theme:   Data management -- articles, tools, and how-tos to help you deal with piles of data.
Letter from the editor:  Learn what's planned for the Security special topic.
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August 27 - 31, 2001
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