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SIM card maker says further details of its investigation will be released later this week

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Oracle’s crypto not secure, researcher says

The standard encryption mechanism used by Oracle Corp.'s database products can be easily circumvented, according to a German security researcher who last week published details on a number of unpatched security vulnerabiliities in the database vendor's products. Security expert Alexander Kornbrust plans to give a presentation at the Black Hat USA 2005 security conference this week showing how Oracle's encryption can be broken.

802.11 wireless LANs

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Wireless security questioned

Wireless devices, including laptop computers and PDAs (personal digital assistants) that are widely used to access corporate computer networks rely on a protocol that has "major security flaws" and are vulnerable to hackers using easily obtained equipment, a research group at the University of California, Berkeley, has concluded in findings published on the Internet.

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