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There are plenty of lessons to be learned in the saga of the Princeton admissions director who was caught breaking in to confidential files on a Yale Web site.
In order to effectively combat cyber crime, it is imperative that law enforcement and security experts in the private sector and academia work together, according to a Secret Service task force.
Firewall and VPN market leader Check Point Software Technologies throws its considerable weight behind the nascent market for Web services security tools.
Microsoft warns there are three security vulnerabilities in Office Web Components -- software used to give users limited Office functionality in a Web browser -- the most serious of which could enable an attacker to execute commands on a user's system.
Omniva Policy Systems announces its first products, including software meant to ensure secure, encrypted email communications without making users take additional steps to send or receive mail.
CipherTrust announces improved spam-fighting capabilities for its IronMail email security appliance as well as enhancements to IronWebMail, the company's security appliance for Web-enabled email.
The CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC) this week issued an advisory regarding a buffer overflow vulnerability in the Common Desktop Environment (CDE), a graphical user interface employed in numerous Unix and Linux systems. The vulnerability could enable attackers to execute code or cause a denial of service.
nCircle Network Security, Inc. this week announced a new feature for its IP360 Network Exposure Management System designed to detect security vulnerabilities on a network before attackers do.
Stratum8 Networks announces a new version of its application security system that can now be deployed without an IP address, rendering it transparent to would-be attackers and simplifying deployment.
A number of Symantec firewalls, including popular Raptor models, have a security flaw that renders networks protected by the systems vulnerable to intrusion.
A company founded by the creator of the open source Snort intrusion detection system announces a gigabit-speed IDS that takes Snort to another level.
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