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Top Ten Viruses And Hoaxes Reported To Sophos In April 2002

This is the latest in a series of monthly charts counting down the tenmost frequently occurring viruses as compiled by Sophos, a world leaderin corporate anti-virus protection. Starting this month, Sophos is alsoissuing a top ten of virus hoaxes. For April 2002, the virus chart is as follows, with the most frequentlyoccurring virus at number one: 1. W32/Klez-G (Klez variants G & H) 77.8% 2. W32/Klez-E (Klez variant) 5.8% 3. W32/Badtrans-B (Badtrans variant) 4.7% 4. … More

NetOctave To Demonstrate NSP2000B-SSL Security Accelerator Board Performing Greater Than 1,700 SSL Transactions Per Second at Networld+Interop Las Vegas 2002

Research Triangle Park, NC May 1, 2002 – NetOctave, Inc., a leading developer of security processors and security accelerator boards for the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), IPsec (Internet Protocol Security), and IP Storage markets, will demonstrate the NSP2000B-SSL Security Accelerator Board at the Networld+Interop Las Vegas 2002 tradeshow in booth #2951. The demonstration will highlight NetOctave’s NSP2000B-SSL Security Accelerator Board performing greater than 1,700 SSL transactions per second in a standard server appliance platform. NetOctave … More

Rainbow to Host a TechTarget Webinar on Windows Security

Rainbow’s John Droge to Focus on Security Planning IRVINE, Calif. April 29, 2002 – Rainbow eSecurity, a Rainbow Technologies (Nasdaq: RNBO) company and a leading solutions provider for digital content and transaction security, will host a Webinar on Windows-based security issues entitled, “Windows Security: Plan Now or Pay Later.” The Webinar, sponsored by TechTarget, a IT information portal, will be held Tuesday, April 30, 2002, from 9-10:00 a.m. PDT at http://searchsecurity.techtarget.com/onlineEvents. In today’s security-centric IT … More

Ascom’s Embedded Encryption Now Out In The Open

WAKAN, the first cryptographic toolkit for embedded systems to bring end-to-end data communication security to small networked devices is being launched by Ascom. Scalable and adaptable, WAKAN is readily installed into existing environments to provide security “out in the open”. Many public networks, especially the ones based on the Internet Protocol (IP), offer users attractive new functions at lower operating costs. But while corporate security measures like firewalls may protect PCs and LANs, embedded systems … More

What Application Service Provider Customers Should Know About Information Security

TruSecure Expert Provides Top 10 Questions Companies Should Ask Their ASPs About Information Security As organizations turn to Application Service Providers (ASPs) in greater numbers to outsource non-core business functions, the issue of how well ASPs address information security becomes increasingly critical. ASPs are faced with the enormous task of ensuring that critical data and other computer-based services can be safely stored, maintained and accessed. Now, more than ever, organizations evaluating ASPs need to address … More

Some Vital Information on the Latest Klez Worm

Klez.h (aka Klez.g) is the latest worm in the Klez family. The subject lines and message bodies, for instance, have been expanded and made even more random than previous versions, Sharon Ruckman, director of Symantec’s security response team, said to InfoWorld. The virus also seems to have been designed to stop or disable a greater range of antivirus tools than older versions. In addition, the Elkern virus it carries has been modified to do more … More

Guardednet’s Neusecure Named A 2002 Finalist By Network Computing For Well-Connected Award

neuSECURE Tops Security Information Management Security Information Management (SIM) Systems For Real-Time Correlation And Threat Analysis, Trouble-Ticket Tracking And Report Generation Atlanta, GA, April 22, 2002 – GuardedNet announces that its neuSECURE enterprise security management software was selected by CMP Media’s Network Computing magazine, as a 2002 Well-Connected Award finalist in the category of Security Information Management (SIM). The product was chosen because of its combination of real-time correlation and threat analysis, trouble-ticket tracking and … More

Network-1 Expands Management Team With Former Computer Associates/Cheyenne Software Executives

WALTHAM, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–April 22, 2002– Names Jonathan Greene Senior Vice President of Marketing and Business Development, Jonna Stopnik Vice President of Alliances and Channel Development Network-1 Security Solutions, Inc. (Nasdaq: NSSI), a technology leader in intrusion prevention software, announced today the addition of two key executives to the Company’s management team as part of its continuing efforts to position Network-1 for long-term success in the security software market. Jonathan Greene will oversee the Company’s product … More

Authenex And Funk Software Provide Integrated Two-Factor Security Solution

Funk Software’s Steel-Belted Radius AAA Server to Support Authentication Using Authenex’s A-Key OAKLAND, Calif., April 23, 2002 – Authenex, a leading developer of strong authentication and encryption applications, today announced an alliance with Funk Software, the developer of the market-leading Steel-Belted Radius family of RADIUS/AAA servers for remote and wireless LAN user authentication, authorization and accounting. Together the companies will provide a seamless security solution that leverages Authenex’s two-factor strong encryption A-Key system. The partnership … More

Sophos Awarded Two Queen’s Awards For Enterprise

Oxfordshire anti-virus developer praised for exceptional innovation and international trade Sophos, a world leader in corporate anti-virus protection, has today been awarded two prestigious Queen’s Awards for Enterprise, the UK’s top awards for business performance. The Oxfordshire-based company has been rewarded for both its technical excellence and business acumen by receiving awards in two separate categories – ‘Innovation’ and ‘International Trade’. “Everyone at Sophos is thrilled to receive not one but two of the Queen’s … More

Aladdin’s eSafe Offers Dual-Source Anti-Virus Protection Through a New Partnership With Kaspersky Labs

Cambridge, United Kingdom, April 17, 2002 Kaspersky Labs, an international data-security software vendor today announced the integration of the Kaspersky(tm) Anti-Virus engine into the Aladdin Knowledge Systems’ eSafe(tm) Internet security solution, offering organizations an additional layer of anti-virus protection. Providing an additional level of anti-virus protection within Aladdin’s eSafe, the Kaspersky Labs’ anti-virus module reinforces eSafe’s existing ICSA-certified anti-virus security solution. Users may now choose to add the Kaspersky signature tables to eSafe, allowing eSafe … More

GFI Releases MailSecurity, Enhanced Email Protection for Exchange & SMTP Servers

Multiple virus engines, exploit detection, threats analysis and email content checking provide market’s most comprehensive protection against malicious email London, UK, 17 April 2002 – GFI today announced the release of MailSecurity, an email security product that utilizes multiple anti-virus engines, exploit detection, an email threats engine, and content and attachment checking to screen incoming and outgoing email for dangerous payloads. Extending the functionality of the company’s Mail essentials software, the new product is available … More