By Soulskill from Slashdot's let's-start-this-debate-again department
HungryHobo writes with news that WikiLeaks has started to release a collection of 779 files
involving the detainees in the Guantanamo Bay detention camp
."The details for every detainee will be released daily over the coming month. ... In thousands of pages of documents dating from 2002 to 2008 and never seen before by members of the public or the media, the cases of the majority of the prisoners held at Guantánamo — 758 out of 779 in total — are described in detail in memoranda from JTF-GTMO, the Joint Task Force at Guantánamo Bay, to US Southern Command in Miami, Florida. These memoranda, which contain JTF-GTMO's recommendations about whether the prisoners in question should continue to be held, or should be released (transferred to their home governments, or to other governments) contain a wealth of important and previously undisclosed information, including health assessments, for example, and, in the cases of the majority of the 171 prisoners who are still held, photos (mostly for the first time ever)."
Reader rrayst notes that according to one such document
, if you use a Casio F-91W wristwatch, you might be a member of al-Qaida
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By samzenpus from Slashdot's protect-ya-neck department
writes "Network Security Auditing is touted as the complete guide to auditing security, measuring risk, and promoting compliance. The book lives up to its promise and is a comprehensive reference to all things network security audit related."
Read below for the rest of Ben's review. Network Security Auditing
author Chris Jackson
publisher Cisco Press
reviewer Ben Rothke
summary Excellent highly technical and detailed referenceRead Replies (0)