Internet security and I Guide - Resources and Review

Online tutorial organised into groups of lessons covering general Java programming, applets, user interfaces, networking, security, API, native interfaces, and Java beans.
Numerous links to resources about the economics of the Internet, information goods, intellectual property and related issues such as security, privacy and cryptography.
Collection of full text papers addressing topics such as the Electronic Marketplace, Multimedia and User Interaction, XML, Searching and Discovery, Hypermedia and Video, Electronic Commerce, Security and Applications, and Protocols and Performance.
Features industry and product news, computer alerts, travel advice, a calendar of events, a directory of products and services, and access to an extensive security library. Includes resources on personal security, computer security, corporate safety and security legislation.
Information about the Internet and the Web covering its invention, usage, importance, security, email, chat, Usenet newsgroups, mailing lists, and multi
user dimensions. Access to news services such as Wired News and Yahoo Internet Report is provided.
Document describing many of the hoax warnings found on the Internet, particularly about computer viruses and Trojans. While these hoaxes do not infect systems, they are still time consuming and costly to handle. Users are requested not to spread unconfirmed warnings about viruses and Trojans. There is also some history of hoaxes on the Internet, details of how to identify a new hoax warning, how to identify a validated warning and what to do on receiving a hoax message.
Discussion of the issues attached to the implementation of the ATHENS access management system. Points out that the lessons from ATHENS could suggest that success will only be achieved if at least equal attention is paid to the needs of those who will have to manage the final system as to the technical detail.
Report covering issues such as authentication, authorisation, privacy and cryptography on the Web, as well as Netscape's Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and Pretty Good Privacy (PGP).
Magazine covering aspects of the digital revolution, such as the future of libraries, Internet security and privacy, and technical developments.
News, reviews, software, guides and tutorials to recent Web developments, including CSS, DHTML and XML, divided into fourteen browsable categories, plus a developers' forum.
Information on shopping safely online, including advice on security and privacy issues, payment methods, terms and delivery, authenticity of sellers and products, and making complaints.
Resource providing a selection of answers to frequently asked questions about Web security, an overview of security activities at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), and sections on security protocols and standards, electronic commerce and cryptography.
Index to electronic commerce resources, covering advertising on the World Wide Web, intellectual property, security, journals, filtering, legal cases, computer crime and cryptography.
Electronic book about trouble in cyberspace: specifically, about events in 1990, when there was a nationwide crackdown on illicit computer hackers, with arrests, criminal charges, and confiscation of data and equipment all over the USA.
Offers original articles and features about the Internet industry, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources, compiled by a subject specialist, a subject
specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Topics include associations, business issues, broadcasting, domain registration, electronic commerce, history of the Internet, innovations, legal resources, news resources, online journals, reference services and trading, trade fairs and statistics.
Group established to promote and encourage privacy on the Web. Offers resources which will ensure publishers' privacy on specific pages, and others to help protect users online. TRUSTe Privacy Protection Guidelines are available in HTML or Word 97 format.
Explains the uses, benefits, and dangers of using cookies, which are text files saved in a web browser's directory or folder and stored in memory while the browser is running. Discusses why cookies were developed, and how they can be stopped in Internet Explorer and Netscape.
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