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Microsoft Going Critical on Tuesday

December 12, 2005
Will the monthly patch release finally address a six-month old issue in IE?
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Do Hackers Look Before They Leap?

December 12, 2005
University of Maryland researchers find that port scanning isn't necessarily a harbinger of an attack.
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Backup Software Under Attack

December 2, 2005
A SANS report on top security vulnerabilities finds that backup and recovery software has become a favorite target of hackers.
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Can You Spot The Phish Attack?

November 28, 2005
Only 4 percent can spot a phishing e-mail 100 percent of the time.
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Unpatched IE Flaw Now Exploitable

November 22, 2005
Security firm published proof-of-concept code for a six-month-old unpatched IE flaw.
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Will Security Concerns Hold Back SMB VoIP Adoption?

November 10, 2005
New CompTIA study reveals that most SMBs don't trust current VoIP security measures.
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Anti-Spyware Becomes Windows Defender

November 8, 2005
Windows Defender will be part of Vista and will use Windows Update.
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Anti-Spyware Becomes Windows Defender

November 8, 2005
Microsoft's anti-spyware application is getting a new name and a new delivery channel.
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Snort's Intrusion System Blows a Hole

October 21, 2005
The open source intrusion detection system has a serious security vulnerability.
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Mozilla FireFox DoS Exploit Code Released

October 17, 2005
Security firm releases exploit code based on a non-critical bug that causes browser to crash.
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Microsoft to Patch 9 on Tuesday

October 10, 2005
Is XP SP3 in the wings?
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Mozilla Under Fire

September 21, 2005
The org issues a new release as a new report claims IE had fewer incidents this year than Firefox.
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New Linux Kernel Patched

September 13, 2005
New point release addresses vulnerabilities.
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A New Beginning for Backup

September 8, 2005
Storage vendors and analysts say continuous data protection technology is the future. So just what is CDP?
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IE Workarounds For Zero-Day Exploit

August 22, 2005
A potential zero day issue emerges as Microsoft issues an advisory about Msdds.dll that could cause IE to crash.
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HP Fights Viruses With Open Source

August 8, 2005
The company introduces new security technology and unleashes a slew of other open source initiatives.
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SANS: No Safety From Vulnerabilities

July 26, 2005
IE vulnerabilities still abound, but Apple, Mozilla and Real Player users have little to gloat about.
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Un-Patched Oracle Flaws Abound?

July 20, 2005
Oracle users may be at risk from a half-dozen vulnerabilities, even if they applied the company's latest patch released last week.
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FBI: Online Crime Losses Down, Attacks Up

July 19, 2005
New study from the FBI and the Computer Security Institute cites dramatic drops and some notable rises in network security categories.
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