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Panda Software Now Compatible with Citrix Metaframe 1.8

Panda Software, leading international antivirus developer, has announced the compatibility of its antivirus for NT and 2000 file servers with the Citrix Metaframe 1.8 application server. The compatibility tests, which evaluated antivirus deployment to workstations, basic operability and virus detection, confirm the seamless integration of Panda Software’s antivirus with the Citrix Metaframe platform. The combination of these two products offers unrivalled protection for NT and 2000 servers against all types of virus and malicious code. … More

IDC Confirms Trend Micro is Worldwide Leader in Server-Based Antivirus Software Market for Second Consecutive Year

Trend Micro grows fastest worldwide among top three antivirus vendors at 31% year over year Cupertino, CA, August 30, 2002 – According to a recently published report from International Data Corporation (IDC), Trend Micro (Nasdaq: TMIC, TSE: 4704), continues to lead the worldwide market in server-based antivirus software sales, and maintains its leadership positions in Internet gateway and email server virus protection. The study by IDC, entitled “Antivirus Software 2002: A segmentation of the Market,” … More

Sophos: Top 10 Viruses and Hoaxes in August 2002

This is the latest in a series of monthly charts counting down the ten most frequently occurring viruses and hoaxes as compiled by Sophos, a world leader in corporate anti-virus protection. For August 2002, the virus chart is as follows, with the most frequently occurring virus at number one: 1. W32/Klez-H (Klez variant) 17.0% 2=. W32/Yaha-E (Yaha variant) 6.4% 2=. JS/NoClose (NoClose Trojan) 6.4% RE-ENTRY 4. W32/Badtrans-B (Badtrans variant) 5.3% 5. W32/ElKern-C (ElKern variant) 5.1% … More

Central Command: Top 12 Viruses For August 2002

W32/Yaha.E Dethrones Worm/Klez.E Taking Top Spot, KaZaa And Other File-Sharing Users Still At Risk Central Command, a leading provider of PC anti-virus software and computer security services today released its monthly listing of the top twelve viruses reported for August, 2002. The report, coined the “Dirty Dozen”, is based on the number of virus occurrences confirmed through Central Command’s Emergency Virus Response Team. The table below represents the most prevalent viruses for August 2002, number … More

Activcard Provides The “Smarts” In One Million Common Access Cards Issued By The U.S. Department Of Defense

FREMONT, Calif. – August 28, 2002 — ActivCard┬« (Nasdaq: ACTI/Nasdaq Europe: ACTI), a leader in identity management and strong authentication solutions, announced that the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) today issued the one millionth smart card-based Common Access Card (CAC) enabled by the company’s digital identity management (IDM) system and standard-setting, secure card applets. The CAC is a military ID badge that enables building and site access around the world, photo ID, healthcare privileges, and … More

Shatter attacks – more techniques, more detail, more juicy goodness.

Introduction Well, It’s now two weeks since the release of Shatter, and my inbox has finally started calming down. I’ve tried to reply to most of the messages I’ve received, but I’m getting a lot of the same things said over and over and over again, and there’s a fair amount of FUD going round about this thing. So, I’ve written this as a followup, to try and answer some of the more common questions … More

Panda Software and Sabre converge on Computer Security for Latin America Travel Agents

In an effort to increase computer security across the Latin American travel industry, today Panda Antivirus Software and Sabre Holdings Corporation announced a joint strategy: Panda Software will provide antivirus software protection to 11,000 Sabre travel agencies in Latin America. These travel agencies, representing some 30,000 computers, will be offered Panda Software’s low-cost, award winning desktop solution, Panda Antivirus Titanium. “Panda Software is proud to be at the forefront of protecting the South American travel … More

Check Point Software First to Secure Web Services

XML/SOAP security made possible with Breakthrough Application Intelligence Technology REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Aug. 27, 2002 – Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (Nasdaq: CHKP), the worldwide leader in securing the Internet, today announced it has enhanced its market-leading Internet security solution with Application Intelligence Technology to provide integrated security for Web services’ two most commonly used protocols, XML and SOAP – making Check Point the first and only company to provide complete XML and SOAP security. … More

GFI Launches DownloadSecurity – HTTP/FTP Content Security

Admins can now block malicious & virus-infected HTTP/FTP file downloads at firewall level London, UK, 26 August 2002 – GFI today launched GFI DownloadSecurity for ISA Server, a content security solution that checks all downloads for viruses and enables administrators to control what type of files enter their network, from where and for whom. Because GFI DownloadSecurity quarantines potentially dangerous downloads for approval, administrators can now tackle the security risk presented by downloads without having … More

Trojan Horse Masquerades as Kaspersky Anti-Virus

Kaspersky Labs warns computer users of a massive mailing of the Trojan-style malicious program, TrojanDownloader.Win32.Apher. Presently there have already been several registered reports of infection. The Trojan is sent out by an anonymous evildoer using an anonymous e-mail address from a public access e-mail service. The messages themselves have a spoofed address showing the sender as info@microsoft.com. The infected message has the following attributes: ———————————— From: info@microsoft.com Subject: Protect Your NetWare with Kaspersky Anti-Virus Attachment: … More

Sophos Virus Expert to Address Gartner Sector 5 Summit

Lynnfield, MA – Sophos, a world leader in corporate anti-virus protection, announced today that Richard Jacobs, Sophos’s technical director, will be discussing internet security at Gartner’s Sector 5 event, which takes place in Washington D.C. from the 21st until the 23rd of August. At the event, titled ‘The Global Summit Exploring Cyber Terrorism and the Targets of Critical Infrastructure’, Jacobs will be providing practical advice on the computer virus threat, including effective protection and recovery. … More

Panda Software A Key Player at Anti Cyber-Terrorism Summit

Panda Software, international antivirus company, today announced its participation in the Sector 5 Summit in Washington, D.C. Patrick Hinojosa, Chief Technology Officer of Panda Software U.S., will participate in a panel discussion focusing on viruses, forensics and the potential effects of cyber-terrorism on the transportation industry. The panel discussion will take place on Thursday, August 22 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. ET at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C. The panel members will address … More