Lost of follow ups in the intro. Linux patches 2.6 kernel to support cross platform virus. GoDaddy contributes to OpenBSD. Maybe it isn’t entirely Nvidia and ATI’s fault they can’t publish more documentation. Schneie comments on the US DATA bill (I tend to agree after reading his reasons). And some reader email from Jur about Eneco in Holland making a bad decision between customer convenience and security.
The hacker word of the day is, well, hacker, since this is the first of this new segment.
In this week’s news, a battery of Mac OSX security flaws that are as yet unpatched, when copyright and free speech collide, smart swarming for security applications, and concentration suspends self awareness.
In this weeks feature I just wanted to help make people aware of IPAC.