ISSUE 10 (February 2007)
The spam problem
ISSUE 10
Issue 10 Contributors
Rob Faber
Infrastructure architect and senior engineer
Alexander Gostev
Senior Virus Analyst at Kaspersky Lab

Dinko Korunic
Senior Unix/Linux Security Specialist at InfoMAR
Andrey Malyshev
CTO of ElcomSoft
Ulf T. Mattsson
CTO of Protegrity
Didier Stevens
IT Security Consultant

The spam problem

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Table of contents

  • Microsoft Windows Vista: significant security improvement?
  • Review: GFI Endpoint Security 3
  • Interview with Edward Gibson, Chief Security Advisor at Microsoft UK
  • Top 10 spyware of 2006
  • The spam problem and open source filtering solutions
  • Office 2007: new format and new protection/security policy
  • Wardriving in Paris
  • Interview with Joanna Rutkowska, security researcher
  • Climbing the security career mountain: how to get more than just a job
  • RSA Conference 2007 report
  • ROT13 is used in Windows? You’re joking!
  • Data security beyond PCI compliance – protecting sensitive data in a distributed environment

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