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10.) Bagle-A worm moving quickly
9.) Doomjuice worm feeds off Mydoom
8.) Netsky-B soars from Europe to the US
7.) Mydoom variant carries dangerous payload
6.) ASN.1 exploit code circulating; universal shellcode only a matter of time
5.) AIM 'scumware' no buddy of mine
4.) Microsoft patch delay may contribute to early exploit
3.) Countdown begins for Mydoom DDoS attacks
2.) Ibiza Trojan is a trip
1.) Microsoft ASN flaw may be biggest defect ever found


10.) Top five security policies tips
9.) Blocking worms
8.) 52 weeks of security: A security practitioner's guide
7.) Avoiding change in security policies
6.) Are Microsoft's patch management tools right for you?
5.) Tier 1 security policies
4.) Writing a security policy
3.) Secure by default: Active Directory's inherent security capabilities
2.) Securing wireless access against malware invasion
1.) Must-haves for your network forensic toolbox


  • Expert's guide for effective patch management (Presentation with audio / Presentation without audio)


  • Update: Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Initiative
  • Best practices for patch management
  • February 2004: Information Security magazine
  • Network forensics

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