November 2003: The best of SearchSecurity.com

Mimail variants appeared in inboxes and headlines throughout the month of November. Peruse our top 10 news and tip resources for help in the continuing battle to stay malware-free.

Mimail variants appeared in inboxes and headlines throughout the month of November. Peruse our top 10 news and tip resources for help in the continuing battle to stay malware-free.

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TOP 10 NEWS ARTICLES


10.) Mimail variants take aim on spam blacklists
9.) Mimail variant more trick than treat
8.) Microsoft, user differ on details of Exchange 2003
7.) Security and Sarbanes-Oxley
6.) Personal firewalls a double-edged sword
5.) Cisco, antivirus vendors push access privilege to routers
4.) Patches for critical IE, Windows flaws issued
3.) Mimail variant seeks credit card information
2.) Qhost-1 Trojan changes DNS settings, exploits IE
1.) Password-protected Trojan slides under antivirus scans

TOP 10 TIPS


10.) Writing a security policy
9.) Free network security toolkit
8.) Security policies should work from home, too!
7.) DES is not sufficient
6.) Wireless LAN intrusion detection
5.) Gramm-Leach-Bliley and you
4.) Cryptography basics for infosecurity managers
3.) Quiz: Cryptography
2.) Ten steps to a secure messaging strategy
1.) Quiz: Authentication methods

NOVEMBER FEATURED TOPICS


  • Introduction to cryptography
  • Crash course: Authentication
  • Securing e-mail
  • IDS vs. IPS
  • Dig deeper on Emerging Information Security Threats

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