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How much encryption is too much?
Reduce spyware infections by educating users
Microsoft security effort needs focus, Gartner says
XP SP2 fix not your typical security update
Antispyware will remain free, Gates says
Triage needed to process Microsoft's February patch batch
Exploit code targets two Microsoft flaws
Prevent students from changing Internet Explorer options
Microsoft issues critical fixes
Microsoft to acquire security specialist Sybari
Expect 13 Windows patches, some critical
Gates signals a switch in Microsoft's philosophy
Too many users needlessly given admin privileges
Group Policy software developer gets new identity
Microsoft's malware removal tool fuels speculation
8 tips in 8 minutes: Password authentication and protection
7 tips in 7 minutes: Windows password creation
10 tips in 10 minutes: Password policy considerations
A 'critical' Patch Tuesday
VoIP 2005: Better watch what you say
A license to browse?
On the record: The year in security quotes
Best security products of 2004
Importance of Microsoft patches called understated
Quiz: Who done IT? A murder mystery
Know-IT-All Contest: Show us the number!
What is a patch?
The road ahead
Identifying the flaw
Definition of Microsoft patches
What is patch management?
Finding out about patches
Introduction to patch management
Historical patch process window
What is included in a Microsoft patch?
Why do we patch?
Critical fix for SP2 firewall
Microsoft makes Giant antispyware purchase
Microsoft: Expect five security bulletins Tuesday
Out-of-cycle fix for IE IFRAME flaw
The three most-overdue Windows fixes
Microsoft hit by one-two punch
Patch Tuesday linked to exploit time frame
Ex-Netscaper scopes out free security tools
Report: Security incidents dip, threat remains
Infected ad banners exploit IE's IFRAME flaw
Three new IE vulnerabilities discovered
New worm targets recent Microsoft flaw
Break out of old-school habits to secure Windows
Off-cycle fix for IFRAME flaw called unlikely
Attacking the IE alternative
Buy time, patch virtually
How serious are the new XP SP2 flaws?
Microsoft fixes spoofing flaws in ISA, Proxy Server
More Mydooms on the move
Don't have a patch attack
IT pressing ahead with XP SP2 despite concerns
Threat management: Assessing patch rankings
'Extremely critical' IE vulnerability
Ask Microsoft: Virus scanners and the 'no update' option
Windows vs. Linux: Which has the better security tools?
Smaller companies installing SP2, larger firms not
Chapter introduction: The importance of patch management
Eight strategies for securing Windows vulnerabilities
Always monitor logs
Use desktop security software
Close all unused ports
Additonal reasons why patching is important
Keep software patched
Use antivirus software
Always perform and verify backups
Never assume that a default software installation is secure
The security landscape
Types of vulnerabilities affecting patch management
Expert: 0-day exploit targets Microsoft flaw
Microsoft shifts toward hybrid firewall approach
On hiring a virus writer
Schneier: Microsoft still has work to do
Schneier: Security outsourcing widespread by 2010
How to securely connect Windows NT Web server to SQL Server
Workplace Web use: Give 'em an inch ...
AV products mixed on detecting new malicious .jpg files
MBSA: Revisiting an old friend
Security threats growing increasingly malicious
Was image vulnerability havoc or hyperbole?
The weakened state of the network perimeter
Two new Microsoft holes more complicated than deadly
Two security bulletins from Microsoft
Fast Guide: XP SP2 security
Vulnerabilities found in WinZip
Microsoft extends life of XP SP2 download blocker
XP refresh gives rise to plethora of Group Policy settings
Get-tough network policies now the norm
XP SP2 to generate jump in help desk calls, study says
Microsoft offers kit for XP SP2 application testing
Microsoft: Reports of SP2 flaws 'misguided'
Get your network hacked in 10 easy steps
XP SP2 gets an IT thumbs-up -- so far