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Threats to Come

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Expect attacks on SNMP and wireless infrastructure, and supersize DoS.

NAIs Plan to Buy Back McAfee.com in Jeopardy

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A special committee of McAfee.com's board of directors rejected Network Associates' plans to buy back the McAfee.com shares "it doesn't already own because the "offer would be financially inadequate."

WLAN Hardening Checklist

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Developing a well-hardened WLAN infrastructure can be a complex and uncertain task. However, here are some steps that IT managers can take to lessen the vulnerability of wireless networks.

MyLife .B Worm Deletes Infected PCs Files

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MyLife.B, a new worm that has the ability to delete files from infected machines, arrives via e-mail and is a variant of the original MyLife virus.

Fighting the Disorder of Magnitude

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Most security breaches involve internal parties performing technically authorized acts.

Its a Good Time to Shop for Bargains

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Want a good deal on 1,000 desktop PCs? Or how about a big Internet router? Or, for that matter, an entire new IT infrastructure? As any IT manager with a few bucks still in the budget knows, now is a very good time to strike some very good deals.

Taking on IT Security

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Federal plan calls for public-private partnerships, no government oversight.

Identity Management Is Good Business

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eWEEK Labs believes identity management, from account provisioning to authentication and directory integration, is the road most enterprises should be traveling.

Internet Insight: Java: Potent Security

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Developers look to tested defenses to shield Web services from attacks.

NAI to Buy Back Complete Control of McAfee.com

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CEO George Samenuk says NAI will make a formal offer to buy back the 25 percent of McAfee.com shares that it doesn't already own.

IE, Apache Clash on Web Standard

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eWEEK Labs discovers that Microsoft's Internet Explorer 5.0 and higher and its IIS Web server have a significant security incompatibility--caused by how Microsoft has implemented digest access authentication--with other major Web browsers and with the Apa

AppScan Rethinks Application Security

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Tester's Choice: Sanctum's AppScan 2.5, winner of eWEEK's eXcellence Award for enterprise resource protection, offers a creative way to help developers write secure Web app.

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