The NSA's ultra-secure Linux technology evolves for the enterpriseLinux and open source developers are working to make Linux security tools developed by the National Security Agency more accessible and usable by regular system administrators and application developers. Click here for the full story and click here for complete LinuxWorld coverage.Apple puts Windows XP on the MacApple Wednesday announced it has released beta software that lets Mac users run Microsoft's Windows XP operating systems on Intel-based Macintosh computers. Click here for more.CTIA - Cingular teams with HP on wireless data serviceCingular Wireless announced at CTIA 2006 that it is working with HP to integrate wireless data service into HP laptop computers. Click here for the full story and click here for complete CTIA coverage.Government agency outsourcing firms don't respect private data, GAO reportsCritics of the U.S. government's outsourcing practices have one more bullet to fire at proponents of the practice. According to a Government Accountability Office study, government agencies that use information services firms for everything from law enforcement to counterterrorism data-gathering do not protect the privacy of the citizen data they use. Click here for more.Open DNS servers cause concern, invite attacksA new threat to the internet is multiplying through DNS servers that are more open than they should be, delegates to last month's ICANN's Wellington conference and New Zealand Network Operators Group meeting heard. Click here for more.Today on Layer 8, where we'll pass on Windows XP, thanks:Inside phony telco fee names; AOL renames itself, sorta; Disney gets into the wireless service business; and what drives the cell phone flasher; all this today and more at your home for not-just-networking newsFor news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.