SecurityFocus Call for Microsoft Articles

From: Stephen Entwisle (
Date: 07/19/01


SecurityFocus is once again in the process of developing Infocus articles
for the Microsoft focus area. We are looking for articles on the following

Kerberos for W2K - theory and implementation

IPSec for W2K - theory and implementation

Secure coding for Windows

SecurityFocus Infocus articles are generally 2000 words or, if the subject
matter requires greater length, can be extended into a multi-part series
of two or more 2000 word articles. SecurityFocus offers compensation for
the Infocus articles.

If you would like to write an article based on one of these topics, or if
you have an security-related Microsoft article topic of your own that you
would like to develop, please put together a brief outline of the proposed
article and send it to me.

Thank you

Stephen Entwisle
Content Editor
(403) 213 3939 ext. 235

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