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December 2003: The best of SearchSecurity.com

The Editorial Team

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TOP 10 NEWS ARTICLES


10.) Expert: Various flavors of firewalls are evolving
9.) The vicious circle of patch management
8.) New threats, regulatory woes to cause '04 security headaches
7.) Cost of virus cleanups goes up
6.) Choosing between IPsec and SSL VPNs
5.) Details of IE flaw disclosed to security lists
4.) QHost-1 Trojan changes DNS settings, exploits IE
3.) Mimail-L takes sleazy aim at antispam sites
2.) One company's spyware is another's monitoring tool
1.) Specific Exchange configuration exposes OWA

TOP 10 TIPS


10.) Seven secrets to successful employee involvement in security policies
9.) Understanding malware: A lesson in vocabulary
8.) Passwords: Updating, selecting and recording user and administrative passwords
7.) What constitutes acceptable use?
6.) Ethical hacking: Ten crucial lessons
5.) Vulnerability scanning with Nessus
4.) Quiz: Security basics
3.) Terminating a system administrator
2.) Security certification landscape: Vendor-neutral certs abound
1.) The security manager's daily checklist

DECEMBER FEATURED TOPICS


  • Penetration testing
  • Security certifications
  • What's your infosec IQ?
  • Firewall evolution

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