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Windows Vista: A Baby Step for Microsoft NAP

November 30th, 2006
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Today welcomes Vista to market, at least to the businesses that have early access to Vista. While Vista brings promises for better security – IPv6 kernel, whole disk encryption and more – it only marks the client phase for Microsoft Network Access Protection.
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Network headaches to avoid this holiday season

November 30th, 2006
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End of the year budgeting decisions, annual network performance reviews, reduced staff-it´s no wonder the holiday season can end up being a great distraction rather than a welcome relief in the eyes of a network administrator. This year check your network list twice and don´t let the second helping of eggnog allow you to make the wrong network decisions. Follow these simple tips from Network Instruments and make it a merry network season.
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New wave of the Spamta worm hits the Internet

November 30th, 2006
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Anti-virus software company, Panda Software, has recently detected a rapid increase in the number of incidents caused by a new variant of the Spamta worm.
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Safend Protector named best endpoint security solution

November 30th, 2006
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Safend, an endpoint security solutions developer, has announced that it has been named a finalist in the SC Magazine Award program for outstanding achievement in information-technology security.
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Protegrity Awarded Patent on new Database Intrusion Detection Method

November 30th, 2006
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Protegrity Corporation, a leading provider of data security management solutions to the enterprise, has been awarded United States Patent 7,120,933, a method for detecting intrusion in a database managed by an access control system. Monitoring access rates for each user or group of users enables the system to respond to threats by notifying the access control to alter authorization, denying the access request before any information is transmitted to the user.
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Intego releases OS X Server protection solutions

November 30th, 2006
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Mac security software developer, Intego, has released VirusBarrier Server and VirusBarrier Mail Gateway, two new programs that provide total protection from all known Macintosh viruses on computers running Mac OS X Server.
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Paradial unveils firewall traversal product for SIP

November 30th, 2006
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Paradial has announced the availability of Paradial´s RealTunnel 2. New RealTunnel SDK simplifies SIP communications by delivering guaranteed and secure connectivity for service providers and enterprises deploying voice-, video- and web-conferencing and IP collaboration solutions.
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Apple Mac OS X patch fixes security holes

November 28th, 2006
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Apple on Tuesday released its seventh security update for Mac OS X, correcting 31 vulnerabilities, including a buffer overflow in the Airport drivers.
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Trans States Airlines Standardizes on Aventail’s SSL VPN platform for Secure Remote Access

November 28th, 2006
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SSL VPN leader Aventail announced today that Trans States Airlines (TSA), the sixth-largest independent regional airline in the country, has standardized on Aventail’s award-winning SSL VPN platform ST2 to help provide its employees and contractors with secure remote access to corporate resources.
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Sunnysoft Backup Manager 4.0 Review

November 28th, 2006
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If your PDA is lost or stolen, you have to recall all that information which can be very time-consuming. Scheduling a regular backup of your PDA is a good habit to protect emails, contacts and other data you store on your PDA.
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