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The Third World War will be an information war by Niall McKay
Military hackers to wage bloodless Blitzkrieg on Internet. (2,100 words)

GTE, Sun team to target telecommunications by Rebecca Sykes
Two to work together to sell GTE telecom management software. (200 words)

PGP creator plans to encrypt hard disks, video, fax. by Elinor Mills
Zimmerman's PGP Inc. acquires marketer of PGP software. (500 words)

Sun and NIC collaborate on intranet security by Elinor Mills and Niall McKay
Combined products will let system integrators build WWW-based intranets. (400 words)

Solaris solidarity by Carolyn W.C. Wong
Readers' opinions on Solaris tools and application availability, CDE, Wabi, and more. (1,250 words)

CIA worried about attacks on networks by Elinor Mills
A new center at the NSA may be formed. (100 words)

Inet '96: Address sales scheme in the works by Rob Guth
IETF will create market for buying and selling of Internet addresses. (300 words)

9,272 domain names disappear from 'Net by Kristi Essick
SAIC Network Solutions dumps delinquent URLs. (200 words)

Lotus' Web strategy by Sari Kalin
Company sees Domino II as broadening Note's reach. (800 words)

New products
If it runs on, plugs into, or talks to Sun/SPARC/Solaris, it's here, in the industry's most comprehensive and timely new-product listing.


Have VLANs progressed? by Frank Henderson and Dave Koehler
Lack of standards and network management still problematic. (2,600 words)

Anatomy of the Network Computer by George Lawton
Vendors pitch it as both an inexpensive Internet access device for consumers and a serious desktop productivity terminal for intranet use. (2,300 words)

Performance analysis of client/server applications by Uday O. Pabrai
A step-by-step guide to troubleshoot application response problems on Unix-based systems. (4,600 words)

Sun Microelectronics: Creating a new era by George Lawton
Sun planet will grow microprocessor market with Java chips. (2,400 words)


Security: The SeOS security blanket by Peter Galvin
This product filters device & file access system calls and scrutinizes them for malicious behavior. (2,500 words)

SysAdmin: An automounter and NFS potpourri by Hal Stern.
A third installment of automounter secrets (3,300 words)

Performance Q&A: How can I optimize my programs for UltraSPARC? by Adrian Cockcroft.
Optimizing C and FORTRAN programs for UltraSPARC is easy, but do you have to? (3,200 words)

Connectivity What the intranet really means by Rawn Shah.
A new label for not-so-new hardware and software options (1,700 words)

Client/Server: Borland takes the high road by Bill Rosenblatt.
What Borland's acquisition of Open Environment really means (1,700 words)

Unix Enterprise: Get your act together by Harris Kern and Randy Johnson.
Sell your users an Internal Support Agreement, but get your IT house in order first (700 words)

Career Advisor: Dealing with non-technical headhunters by Edgar Saadi.
The rush to find Java programmers and Webmasters brings out novice headhunters (900 words)

Webmaster: Securing your Web server, Part 2 by Chuck Musciano.
How to fine tune access to each directory on your server (2,000 words)

Java Developer: Has moved! by Rinaldo DiGiorgio.
Visit our sister publication JavaWorld to learn everything you wanted to know about Java but were afraid to ask.


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