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PatchLink Update Targets Enterprise

February 26, 2004 |
Version 6.0 of agent-based PatchLink Update from PatchLink Corp. is aimed at providing enterprise customers with a range of vulnerability detection at a high rate of accuracy.
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AntiOnline Spotlight: SP2 Tackles Windows Security

February 26, 2004 |
Months before its official release, AO members weigh in on SP2's security enhancements.
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Gates Makes a Show of Security

February 24, 2004 |
UPDATE: At the RSA security conference, Microsoft's chief software architect stands and delivers an update on the company's software security efforts.
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Sun: Security is a Lifestyle Choice

February 24, 2004 |
The Java Desktop System is first to get Sun's new super-security and authentication treatment, which puts the OS up against Microsoft's Windows platform.
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Security Forces to Show Unified Front

February 20, 2004 |
Homeland Security officials will join experts from Microsoft and other IT firms in San Francisco next week to address the onslaught of malicious attacks.
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Programmers on Windows Code: Eyes Wide Shut

February 19, 2004 |
A look at the leaked chunks of Windows 2000 and NT might be tempting, but many programmers don't dare to even peek at Microsoft's naked code.
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Microsoft's Do Not Open Letter

February 18, 2004 |
The world's largest software company moves to defend its copyright on leaked Windows code.
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Flurry of Worms Hits Companies Already on Guard

February 18, 2004 |
A handful of smaller worms are loose in the wild, causing a flurry of problems as security and IT managers gear up for what could be a major virus attack.
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Microsoft Sending Security Patches on a CD

February 18, 2004 |
The CD freebie will include all critical updates through October 2003 for users of Windows XP, Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows 98, and Windows 98 Second Edition.
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Deflecting Assaults on Privacy

February 17, 2004 |
Source code exposed, customer records set free... Browser hijackers and spyware are responsible for these headlines and more. Discover the tools that help keep users, and the networks they reside on, from leaking confidential data.
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Blaster Type Virus Attack Called 'Imminent'

February 17, 2004 |
Exploit code for 'critical' Windows ASN.1 flaw could lead to major network disruption.
  • Microsoft Patches 'Critical' ASN.1 Flaw
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    Microsoft Patches 'Critical' ASN.1 Vulnerability

    February 10, 2004 |
    Buffer overflows could give malicious hackers complete control of unpatched machines.
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    Buffer Overflows Patched in Oracle 9i Database

    February 10, 2004 |
    Oracle issues a fix for multiple vulnerabilities in its database server software.
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    'Critical' RealPlayer Holes Patched

    February 05, 2004 |
    RealNetworks patches its flagship media player to fix cross site scripting and system access security vulnerabilities.
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    Exploring Windows 2003 Security: Authorization Manager

    February 04, 2004 |
    Windows Server 2003 offers an innovative way to provide access to a secure environment. In the latest installment of our security series, we look at Authorization Manager's roles-based approach to combining authorization with access control.
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    Windows Patch Management, the Free Way

    February 03, 2004 |
    In the second part of our Windows patch management series, we begin a discussion of free solutions with a look at general techniques for querying registry and launch processes on local and remote systems. We also look at various scripting options.
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    Microsoft Goes Off-Cycle for 'Critical' IE Patch

    February 02, 2004 |
    The world's most popular browser gets an urgent update to plug several known security holes.
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    IE Patch Could Disrupt E-Commerce

    January 30, 2004 |
    A planned fix for URL spoofing browser flaws could return error messages on Web sites that use clear text to authenticate user names and passwords.
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    'MyDoom' Variant Blocking Ad Servers

    January 29, 2004 |
    Virus could result in under-delivery of online campaigns.
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    Microsoft to Strike IE URL Passwords

    January 29, 2004 |
    The browser will be modified to fix a known URL-spoofing flaw used by Web scammers.
  • New IE Download Spoof Found
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