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Microsoft Mends More Security Flaws

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Warning of security flaws in IIS and Windows NT and 2000 servers, Microsoft on Wednesday released four new patches.

Klez and KaZaA Viruses Stay Pesky

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Quick, what's the most widely distributed virus or worm of all time? It's the Klez worm, which continues to top the virus tracking charts. Here's what to do about it.

Cisco Beefs up Switch Security

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The new security features aim to help enterprises prevent internal security threats.

Virus Defense Gets Fortified

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NAI and Symantec develop automated signature-delivery technologies they say should help head off the outbreak of fast-moving viruses such as Klez and Nimda.

Microsoft Enables Identity Info Sharing

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Microsoft Corp. last week announced plans for a technology called TrustBridge, which it said will help businesses securely share customer identity information.

iGate Deploys Web Security With Ease

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Rainbow Technologies has announced an alternative to VPN-based security: NetSwift iGate, a security appliance that protects Web-enabled corporate resources via two-factor user authentication.

GeekSpeak: June 10, 2002

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Privilege separation makes openssh more secure.

Joining Forces for Homeland Security

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President Bush's proposed Department of Homeland Security seeks to unify many of the government's information security assets.

Microsofts New Web Security Play

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The company on Thursday announced plans for a new technology called TrustBridge it says will help businesses securely share customer identity information.

Red-Ms Bluetooth Server Vulnerable

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@stake identifies numerous flaws in the Bluetooth short-range wireless access points sold by Red-M, the most serious of which could compromise the administration password.

Sourcefire Hires New CEO

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The intrusion-detection system vendor looks to Aether's Wayne Jackson to bring it into the top tier of security companies.

Patches Pose Pesky Problems for OSes

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Security patches remind me of the patches that drivers used to stick on the inner tubes of blown tires.

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