Zero-day threats series

Zero-day attack prevention

Zero-day vulnerabilities are an every-day threat in the enterprise and defending yourself against these attacks is a tall task. In our series on containing zero-day threats, read about zero-day vulnerability prevention methods on the network, client, Web and server levels.

Harden your network services and contain zero-day threats

These six steps can help you to further protect the layers of your network security from zero-day threats.
Jonathan Hassell, Windows hardening expert

Define server roles, counterattack zero-day threats

Keeping your system protected against zero-day threats and as hardened as possible may mean making changes to your servers' defined tasks list or using virtual server technology. Brien Posey explains his recommendations for helping you stay clear of these types of attacks in this second installment of our five-part series on countering zero-day threats.
Brien M. Posey, Microsoft MVP

Use patching to protect your network from threats

In the fourth installment of our series on zero-day threats, expert Tony Bradley explains how to protect your network in four ways: guard the perimeter, patch and protect, rapid response and containment.
Tony Bradley, Microsoft MVP

Eliminate zero-day threats with virtual server technology

Brien Posey continues his discussion on protecting your server against zero-day threats in this third tip of a five-part series.
Brien M. Posey, Microsoft MVP

This was first published in November 2006

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