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L33tdawg: This sucks -- but at least they'll be back. On behalf of the entire HITB team, I wish the ex and upcoming staff of AllDas the best of luck!
:: 11/02/2002 : The Alldas.de staff sadly informs you about it's closure...
Federal agents in Los Angeles are searching for a 12-year veteran of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) who last week skipped out on felony charges of illegally selling sensitive information about private citizens from law enforcement computers, SecurityFocus has learned.
"He's a fugitive," said Thom Mrozek, a spokesman for the Los Angeles U.S. Attorney's office on Friday. "He was out on bail, he made all of his appearances... Then he didn't show up for trial."
Daniel Veillard is a seasoned free software and GNOME contributor. Interviewed on www.gnome.org he touches on what got him into free software, his work on libxml and his views on the GNOME community. As one of the GNOME Board of Directors he has unrivalled access to the decison making process.
Malicious attacks are beginning to have a greater business impact. The current climate is well beyond the potential loss of reputation capital. Companies are beginning to better understand, and account for, the impact these incidents have on revenue.
The New York State attorney general has charged that Network Associates is violating consumers' First Amendment right to free speech because legal language pinned to most of the vendor's software diskettes demands that no benchmarking or public reviews be done without Network Associates' consent.