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Finding Attack Patterns at the Digital Crime Scene

In the physical world of criminal investigation, police investigators aim to build a profile of the criminal in an effort to help catch the guilty party. The same basic idea is now being applied in ...

Apache Server Hit by Reverse Proxy

The open source Apache HTTP Web Server is at risk from a reverse proxy flaw that is currently unpatched. The flaw was disclosed Qualys security researcher Purtha Parikh late...

Centrify Updates Active Directory Integration Solution

Seeking to ease the pain of IT professionals tasked with centralizing identities to cross-platform systems and enabling single sign-on, Centrify Tuesday launched Centrify Ex...

Review: Sophos Endpoint Security

Sophos is one of the leading corporate endpoint security vendors, and its Endpoint security product line is aimed at SMEs with as few as 10 users up to 500 or more -- the on...

Review: 3 Free Bootable Rescue Discs

We recently reviewed some free bootable antivirus discs that you can use to scan and remove malware from outside of Windows. Now we’ll review some general bootable rescue di...

How to Prevent Employees from Stealing Your Intellectual Property

Preventative security -- or the scaring off of potential data thieves off before they commit crimes -- is inexpensive and easy to implement: Three simple measures can save companies around the world...

Attachmate Beefs Up Security

Attachmate announced it has released the upgraded Attachmate Reflection 2011 R2 family of products, including an updated suite for X Server 2011. The next-generation termina...

Penetration Testing Shows Unlikely Vulnerabilities

The Spider Labs division of security firm Trustwave conducts over 2,000 penetration tests a year looking for IT security risks. While some audits find normal flaws, there are some that lead to the d...

Japanese Parliament Hit by Security Breach

Japanese lawmakers' user names and passwords were recently accessed in a cyber attack launched from a server in China."According to The Asahi Shimbun, the network had been v...

Norton Internet Security IDs Facebook as Phishing Site

Symantec recently withdrew an update to Norton Internet Security that identified Facebook as a fraudulent phishing Web site."The snafu meant that users of Norton Internet Security were blocked from ...

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