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Microsoft Priority No. 1: Trust

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Microsoft's conversion in the past year to embrace security as a corporate mission is cause for a shout of hallelujah-almost.

Contracts Getting Tough on Security

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IT managers and CIOs are adding language in contracts that holds software companies liable for security breaches and attacks that exploit their products.

Flaws in Microsoft Tool Mount

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Reports of problems with Microsoft Corp.'s vulnerability-scanning tool continued to mount Monday as more and more users say the free program finds phantom vulnerabilities and misses patches that have been applied. The problems do not seem to be isolated t

Microsofts Flaw-Finding Tool Has Its Own Flaw

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Users claim the new Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer often reports missing patches even after they've been applied.

Security Proposal Nearly Ready for Inspection

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A group of software and security vendors that is at work on a standard for disclosing security vulnerabilities hopes to have a completed document ready for public inspection within a month.

Microsoft Warns of 10 IIS Flaws

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In a move of virtually unprecedented scope, Microsoft releases a bulletin warning of 10 new security vulnerabilities in several versions of its IIS Web server, several of which could give an attacker total control over a vulnerable system.

New Worm Targets Outlook E-Mail and AIM Users

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Symantec is warning of a new security threat that spreads by Microsoft Outlook e-mail and AOL Instant Messenger.

Microsoft Tool Scans for Flaws, Missing Patches

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The free Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer scans for vulnerabilities and missing patches in many of Microsoft's enterprise products, including Windows 2000 and NT and IIS.

Top Layer Testing

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Keep attack tools on a tight leash, isolate networks and know LANs.

Grappling With Compliance

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9/11 aftermath boosts agencies' security focus, hinders deadline efforts.

Top Layer Filters Traffic

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Attack Mitigator bounces 'bad' traffic, guards only one Net access point.

Unit Puts Lock on Small Offices

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Celestix networks' latest Linux-based server appliance, the Aries One, features Check Point Software Technologies' VPN-1/ Firewall-1, which helps it deliver enterprise-class Internet security to small businesses or branch offices.

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