November 2003: The best of

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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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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


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


  • Introduction to cryptography
  • Crash course: Authentication
  • Securing e-mail
  • IDS vs. IPS

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