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SSL Accelerator Handles Up to 10,000 Tps

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Security vendor accelerated Encryption Processing Ltd. has unveiled two additions to its line of SSL accelerators, including a chip that can handle up to 10,000 tps.

Free Putty Client Supports SSH2

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Putty 0.52 is simple, fast, easy to set up and continues to support advanced features.

New Security Strategy: Preventive Medicine

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As the number of security vulnerabilities continues to rise, evidenced by the flaws reported in SNMP last week, an increasing number of vendors are turning to so-called intrusion prevention technologies that identify and eliminate vulnerabilities before t

NAI Casting Wider Net

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Upcoming wares focus on getting good traffic through during attacks.

Microsoft: .Net Security Fears Unfounded

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Microsoft goes on the offensive to restore confidence in its .Net platform after a security consulting firm claimed it had found a critical flaw in a new Microsoft compiler.

.Net Security Flaw Exposed

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A security flaw in Microsoft's new .Net compiler could lead programmers to unknowingly include buffer overflows in any code they write for the new .Net Framework.

Cisco Expands Firewall Line

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Cisco Systems Inc. beefs up its line of firewall products to improve network security and virtual private network performance.

White House Pushes for FOIA Carve-Outs

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Apart from appropriating a weighty increase in federal IT security spending in the coming year, the single most important step lawmakers can take to make the Internet safer is carve out a Freedom of Information Act exemption for enterprises that share inf

Microsoft Patch Repairs 6 IE Flaws

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Microsoft Corp. on Monday released a cumulative patch that fixes six new vulnerabilities in several versions of Internet Explorer.

CompTIA Unveils Entry-Level Security Certification

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CompTIA announced last week it is developing a new, vendor-neutral, entry-level security certification that will address training on firewalls, viruses, user authentication and encryption.

Living with Worms, Viruses and Daily Security

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Complicated applications and slipshod development keep security pros one step behind.

Security Is Main Focus

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Microsoft names new chief security strategist; directive also targets privacy.

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