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eEye released integer overflow auditing tool

February 16th, 2007
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Vulnerability research company eEye Security has released a free security vulnerability auditing tool that helps spotting possible integer overflow vulnerabilities.
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AES Password Manager 2.3 released

February 16th, 2007
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AES software has announced the availability of AES Password Manager 2,3, the latest version of their password management application that allows users automatically access password-protected web sites and email accounts.
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IBM safeguards against Microsoft vulnerabilities

February 16th, 2007
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IBM’s security division, Internet Security Systems, offers protection from several critical vulnerabilities announced by Microsoft. The vulnerabilities include a flaw discovered in Microsoft’s core anti-virus engine.
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Firefox cookie-stealing vulnerability

February 15th, 2007
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A new zero-day vulnerability in Mozilla Firefox allows malicious web sites to forge authentication cookies for certain web sites.
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Valentine’s Day: a powerful lure for spreading malware

February 9th, 2007
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As Valentineґs Day approaches, users should keep a wary eye on any romantic messages received by email, as many of them could contain malicious code. The Nurech.A worm appeared earlier this week using this type of lure and has caused an “orange virus alert”. It still continues to spread and infect computers.
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Skype reads out your BIOS data

February 9th, 2007
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The Windows version of the Voice-over-IP software Skype reads and stores the BIOS and motherboard serial number of a user’s computer. This hidden feature was accidentally discovered because of an error message Skype outputs when executed on 64-bit versions of Windows.
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Utimaco SafeGuard Enterprise supports BitLocker

February 9th, 2007
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Utimaco has announced that its SafeGuard Enterprise now supports Windows Vista BitLocker drive encryption. Windows BitLocker is a full volume encryption data-protection feature available in Windows Vista Enterprise and Ultimate editions. With SafeGuard Enterprise, this new feature can be used in combination with other encryption methods while easily managed access heterogeneous platforms.
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RSA 2007: Yoggie awarded Most Innovative Company

February 8th, 2007
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Yoggie Security Systems has announced that it has been named the Most Innovative Company at the RSA security conference 2007 for the development of Yoggie Gatekeeper Pro security appliance.
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Microsoft launches new SSL VPN solution

February 2nd, 2007
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Microsoft has announced the availability of Intelligent Application Gateway 2007, the company’s new security access solution that combines virtual private networking technology acquired from Whale Communication and Web application firewall.
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MIMEDefang 2.59 for UNIX released

February 2nd, 2007
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Roaring Penguin Software has announced the availability of MIMEDefang 2,59, the latest version of the company’s framework for filtering emails.
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