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Reg Site News Shutters lift on new Security Channel

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Until today, Register articles on IT security issues have been scattered among our Internet, Software, Business and (more rarely) Hardware channels.

We think it's time the topic got a section to itself, so, from here on in, The Register's Security Channel is where you will find our coverage on hacking/cracking; software and hardware bugs; viruses/Trojans; biometrics; encryption; piracy; and IP warfare.

This is also where you will find the very fine articles sourced from specialist site Security Focus, with which we have a content-sharing arrangement.

We think this makes sense: we hope you do, too.

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One last thing, please don't email me about the distinction between hacking and cracking. I'm perfectly aware of the difference. Unfortunately, for hacker purists, common usage is against you. Pick a fight with Language and you will always lose. ®

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