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TerrorismCentral Newsletter: Cyberterrorism and Information Warfare

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  • Fred Cohen
    from the TerrorismCentral Newsletter -- For the week ending January 25, 2004 -- 8.
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      from the TerrorismCentral Newsletter
      -- For the week ending January 25, 2004 --

      8. Cyberterrorism and Information Warfare

      An analysis of the US Pentagon's electronic voting system has recommended it
      be scrapped due to numerous vulnerabilities in the system and the degree of
      impact such flaws could have. http://www.servesecurityreport.org/

      The National Infrastructure Security Co-ordination Centre has issued
      notification of vulnerabilities affecting network protocol H.323 used to
      exchange audio and video information such as VoIP systems.
      http://www.uniras.gov.uk/vuls/2004/006489/h323.htm

      The US Sentencing Commission has issued a request for public comment
      regarding sentencing guidelines for the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003.
      http://www.ussc.gov/FEDREG/fedr0104.htm

      Another Microsoft Windows worm has surfaced called Bagle or Beagle. It poses
      as a test message and is similar to Sobig. It can open a backdoor on
      infected machines that provides access to the virus creator.
      http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/w32.beagle.a@...

      The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) has been the latest victim
      of a phisher scheme. Emails appearing to be from FDIC said that the Director
      of Homeland Security has advised all deposit insurance on bank accounts to
      be suspended due to suspected violations of the USA Patriot Act until
      personal data, including bank account information, cannot be verified. The
      FDIC immediately sent out an advisory warning of the hoax. With the FBI they
      are investigating the source of the fraud.

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      Fred Cohen & Associates - University of New Haven - Security Posture
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