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CERT: More SSH flaws found

Additional flaws have been revealed in Secure Shell (SSH) protocol implementations in SSH clients and servers from a variety of vendors, according to the CERT Coordination Center at Carnegie Mellon University.

Flaws in OpenSSH could put servers at risk

A pair of security vulnerabilities in a suite of tools used to send encrypted traffic to servers could allow attackers to run code of their choice on affected servers or cause denial of service attacks, according to a handful of security alerts released Wednesday.

Security incidents nearly double in 2001

Total security incidents nearly doubled in 2001 compared to the prior year, according to statistics released Friday by the federally funded computer and network security body, the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) Coordination Center.

FBI, CERT and others warn of Code Red reawakening

Bracing for the reawakening of Code Red, a malicious Internet worm, a number of U.S. government and private organizations on Saturday called on Web server administrators to ensure that their server software is up to date.

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