June 2003: The Month in Review

Editorial Team

June was a hectic month for security pros, as variations of Bugbear and Sobig made the rounds. Review our top articles and tips to make sure you didn't miss any of our most valuable content while you were busy guarding the network against malware.

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10.) A day in the life of a virus researcher: Speed, accuracy paramount when wrestling with worms
9.) Sobig-E introduces new means of attack
8.) Stumbler mapping networks for future attacks
7.) E-mail worm poses as Bill Gates
6.) Gartner: War drive illustrates wireless problem
5.) New details emerge on Bugbear-B
4.) Antivirus space suddenly crowded with Microsoft in the room
3.) New Sobig variant spreading rapidly
2.) Dangerous Bugbear variant spreading rapidly
1.) Gartner declares IDS obsolete by 2005


10.) Web Security Tip: Deal with cross-site scripting
9.) Security Policies Tips: Social engineering attacks
8.) Fun With Security: Malicious code test – What's what
7.) Network Security Tip: Which key is which?
6.) Fun With Security: Quiz: Security basics
5.) Web Security Tip: Computer forensics: Tracking an offender
4.) Security Policies Tip: Brush up on personnel security
3.) Security Policies Tip: News from the field: Reader responses and recommendations on security policy by example
2.) Virus Prevention Tip: Backdoor Trojan making the rounds
1.) Security Policies Tip: Security policy by example


  • Virus alert: Bugbear-B spreading rapidly
  • Defending the WLAN
  • Top 10 infosec terms
  • Virus alert: Sobig-E

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