May 2003: The Month in Review on

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After several quiet months on the malware front, May brought us Fizzer, Palyh and new LovGate variants. The Editorial Team provides you with in-depth coverage of each, as well as a test to help you freshen up on malicious code basics, and more.

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10.) Survey: Remote offices, workers get short end of security stick
9.) New LovGate variants surface
8.) New foundation to promote standards for security pros
7.) Check Point president: Application security next frontier
6.) Klez still a nuisance a year later
5.) Analyst: Security spending shifts to outsourcing by '07
4.) Integrated security appliances gaining traction
3.) Spoofing ability gives Palyh worm some legs
2.) Fizzer threat level rises
1.) Fizzer worm drops Trojan, keystroke logger


10.) Test: Malicious code – What's what
9.) Web Security Tip: Web security benefits from Windows Server 2003
8.) Web Security Tip: You've been hacked
7.) Careers and Certification Tip: Vendor-neutral security certification update, spring 2003
6.) Strom's Security Tool Shed: a good tool for beginners
5.) Security Policies Tip: Security policy by example
4.) Security Policies Tip: Keeping up with security policies
3.) Security Policies Tip: Handling a security policy – literally
2.) Strom's Security Tool Shed: Sam Spade: Your network's detective agency
1.) Network Security Tip: Authentication quiz


  • Focus on viruses
  • Security product and tool reviews
  • Choosing an MSSP
  • Securing Web servers

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