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On Guard: WinME (Maginot Edition)

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Revealing APIs won't endanger U.S. defenses.

Mission Critical: Get Focused Now

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The value of focus-especially in tough times-is extraordinary.

App Finds Fault With Net Security

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Cenzic's hailstorm taps fault injection to discover flaws and how they affect the entire network.

Symantec Box Ably Melds Security Tools

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Gateway security device protects nets but requires ongoing fine-tuning for best results.

Foundscan Roots Out Problems

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Foundstone app provides fast, in-depth scans and creates detailed reports.

Microsoft Sews Patch for IE

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But security researchers call fix for six critical vulnerabilities incomplete.

Knowing Components History Can Help

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Based on the products eWeek Labs tested recently, it's clear that branch offices and smaller enterprises get more than just an appliance when they buy devices that combine a firewall and VPN technology with other security applications.

A Vulnerability Scan Plan

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Used together, scanning systems can help enterprises find trouble before it finds them.

Enforcer Keeps Far-flung Systems in Check

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PoliVec's newest product in its security policy automation software suite alerts administrators to changes to devices or services they want to manage.

Telco Security Misses Mark

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Carriers such as WorldCom and Sprint that are rushing headlong into the managed security services business are drawing fire from security experts, who say they should first secure their own networks before offering external services.

IT Opposes Privacy Bill

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Many worry that legislation to protect online consumer privacy would be costly and unenforceable.

KaZaA Virus Discovered

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Kaspersky Laboratories has discovered what may be the first virus unique to the peer-to-peer file sharing network, KaZaA. (ExtremeTech)

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