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New Anti-Virus Apps Fight Worms

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Security vendors are introducing capabilities that up the ante for traditional anti-virus applications to help catch more viruses and rein in emerging threats.

Serious Vulnerability In Sendmail (updated)

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Alert: A hole in the popular mail server may allow root access. Learn about the vulnerability and some solutions.

Sendmail Flaw Puts Millions of Mail Servers at Risk

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A flaw in the popular Sendmail Mail Transfer Agent could let attackers gain root privileges on affected machines.

China Adopts Microsoft Security Program

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Program gives Chinese government access to Windows source code and prescriptive guidance on security assurance.

Hackers Claim to have Infiltrated AOL

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According to Wired News, teenage hackers claim to have used "social engineering" -- i.e. fast talk and subterfuge -- to compromise security at America Online.

Facing Up to Enterprise Network Threats

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Security experts reveal the factors they think are holding back the adoption of better security.

Microsoft Patches Flaw in Windows Me

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Critical vulnerability enables attackers to execute code on remote machines.

Mitnick: Leaving the Dark Side

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Interview: Now that Kevin Mitnick is back online, the notorious hacker speaks out about his security consulting business and the state of enterprise security.

SpamCatcher 2.1h

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Mailshell's SpamCatcher adds spam filtering to Outlook 2000 or 2002.

Cyber Plan Falls Short

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The PCIBP's strategy is about as helpful as duct taping servers.

Cyber Plans Future Bleak

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Lack of leadership, shifting strategy dilute Bush plan.

Securing Windows 2000 Server Documentation

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Microsoft has released a set of documents geared towards helping network administrators secure Windows 2000 servers.

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