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  • May 30, 2005 30 May'05

    Letter #5: Hackers will always go after the "big dog"

    When asked which browser will win them over -- Internet Explorer or Firefox -- SearchWindowsSecurity.com readers' choices are clear. Read one of six letters to the editor.

  • May 25, 2005 25 May'05

    Microsoft: A serious anti-X contender?

    Will Microsoft's antimalware initiatives amount to an enterprise solution? Jonathan Hassell opines on this issue and offers dos and don'ts to stay spyware-free.

  • May 19, 2005 19 May'05

    Run, don't walk, toward IPS security

    An intrusion detection system (IDS) won't cut it when it comes to Windows security. Author Jonathan Hassell explains why you must deploy an intrusion prevention system (IPS) ASAP.

  • May 11, 2005 11 May'05

    Serious Windows flaws remain unpatched

    May's Patch Tuesday bulletins from Microsoft include a fix for an "important" Windows vulnerability, but more serious security holes remain in Internet Explorer, Outlook and the Jet Database Engine.

  • May 08, 2005 08 May'05

    How can I detect and remove rootkits from Windows?

    When a rootkit detection tool is updated or a new tool is released, rootkit authors update their malware to avoid detection. How can you get around this problem? Get help here.

  • May 08, 2005 08 May'05

    What is a rootkit?

    Learn about the history of rootkits and how attackers use them for evildoing in this tip.

  • May 06, 2005 06 May'05

    One 'important' Windows security patch coming

    Microsoft's plans to release one "important" security update for Windows Tuesday leaves a number of other flaws unpatched for at least another month.

  • May 03, 2005 03 May'05

    SANS: Security software increasingly vulnerable

    More than 600 new Internet vulnerabilities surfaced in the first quarter of 2005. More cracks are showing in security software and media players.

  • April 18, 2005 18 Apr'05

    Exploit code posted for Exchange, MSN flaws

    New worms are anticipated as exploit code circulates for Exchange Server, MSN Messenger and message queuing flaws -- three vulnerabilities patched by Microsoft in its latest bulletin.

  • April 15, 2005 15 Apr'05

    The window for Windows exploits is narrowing

    Users have been urged to deploy Windows patches quickly to guard against exploit code in the wild. But one security expert warns against too much hype.

  • March 23, 2005 23 Mar'05

    Altiris acquires security specialist Pedestal

    The deal brings security management and compliance tools into the systems management vendor's lineup.

  • March 13, 2005 13 Mar'05

    Learning Guide: Authentication

    Without proper hardening defenses in place, Windows authentication quickly becomes a target for hackers and crackers. Learn about important Windows authentication credentials and protocols, and get help hardening authentication for user logon, ...

  • March 03, 2005 03 Mar'05

    'Adware' first to exploit critical Windows flaws

    Searchmeup targets cursor/icon format handling flaws, according to PandaLabs. Microsoft issued a patch for the glitches in January.

  • March 03, 2005 03 Mar'05

    Spy Fighters: Securing legacy Windows' weaknesses

    Find out what proactive measures this SearchWindowsSecurity.com reader has to take to protect legacy Windows systems from spyware.

  • March 03, 2005 03 Mar'05

    Spy Fighters: Choosing a resalable antispyware solution

    This reseller and SearchWindowsSecurity.com reader explains how he chose an antispyware tool to recommend to his clients.

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