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July 2005

Recent Releases: Security product briefs, July 2005

Central Command's Vexira Antivirus, a content security application for Linux-based e-mail servers, ships with upgraded antivirus, antispam and antispyware functionalities. Vexira offers scalable malware and spam protection, and integrates with various e-mail systems; it can also act as its own SMTP relay server. Other upgrades include per-user and per-domain configurations, and full e-mail archival functions. Vexira starts at $299.95 for a single domain and server license. Diversinet's MobiSecure Tokens protect enterprises from identity theft, online fraud and identity misrepresentation—an attack known as "smorphing." The tokens offer strong authentication, developed with standards-based tools running OATH-compliant one-time passwords and with interoperating services provided by Diversinet's Mobi-Secure Authentication Service Center (MASC). Service costs $20 to $30 annually per user, plus a one-time $20 token activation fee. @exb Anonymizer @exe Anonymizer announces the availability of its upgraded online protection products, ...

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    Seven ways to leverage your infrastructure against spyware.

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    To gain buy-in and support for your security policies, it's best to start at the top.

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