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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.

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.

Fighting the Disorder of Magnitude

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Most security breaches involve internal parties performing technically authorized acts.

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.

Taking on IT Security

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

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.

Overseas Virus Outbreak Yet to Impact U.S.

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A new e-mail virus is spreading rapidly in Asia and parts of Europe, but anti-virus vendors say it has yet to make a major appearance in the United States.

Personnel Shortage Hindering Net Security

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Experts claim technological advancement is not enough to solve Internet and network security problems.

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