Core Security Technologies releases CORE IMPACT 4.0
Core Security Technologies, a provider of penetration testing products located in Boston, Mass., released CORE IMPACT 4.0. CORE IMPACT removes all evidence of the testing process without altering or affecting the system. It includes new exploit search functions, automatic product updates and an exploit payload library to create custom attacks from prepackaged payloads. Pricing for CORE IMPACT begins at $2,495.
CyberGuard releases new global command center
CyberGuard Corp. a Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based provider of network security products, released a new version of Global Command Center, the company's next generation central management solution. New features include primary and backup management capabilities, security policy auditing and validation, and the ability to audit all policy changes. Contact the company for pricing and availability.
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Symantec updates e-mail security, enterprise firewall
Symantec Corp., a Cupertino, Calif.-based provider of security solutions, announced the release of Symantec Mail Security for SMTP 4.0. Symantec Mail Security for SMTP 4.0 integrates virus protection, spam prevention and e-mail content enforcement. New functionality and feature enhancements include improved antispam heuristics, an auto-generated whitelist and content filtering rules. Symantec Mail Security for SMTP 4.0 is available immediately.
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Symantec also announced the Symantec Enterprise Firewall 8.0 for Windows and Solaris platforms. Symantec Enterprise Firewall 8.0 provides application-level protection to minimize vulnerabilities and control of information entering and leaving the enterprise. Functionality includes a full-inspection firewall, Web-based GUI, centralized management and reporting, and an IPSec compliant VPN. Licensing is flexible, and the product is available through Symantec's resellers and distributors.
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Sybari extends support to Linux; announces IPO registration
Sybari Software, an East Northport, N.Y.-based provider of messaging security solutions, announced its Antigen 7.0 for Lotus Domino now supports Red Hat and Novell's SUSE Linux OSes. Some key features of Antigen 7.0 for Domino Linux include file and content filtering, and automated antivirus updates. (Previously, Antigen 7.0 for Lotus Domino supported only AIX, Sun Solaris and Windows.)
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The company also this week announced it has filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a proposed initial public offering of its common stock. The number and price of shares has not been determined.
8e6 unleashes TurboPipe NP
8e6, an Orange, Calif.-based provider of network security management, unveiled TurboPipe NP. TurboPipe NP is a network monitoring and management appliance and console, respectively. The appliance sits on the network at key "choke points" while the Windows-based management console enables the administrator to manage the appliance and view the network in real-time. Pricing begins at $11,995 for the T100 model and $17,995 for the T450 model; both models are shipping.
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SSH Communications' Tectia 4.1 now compatible with Entrust products
Helsinki, Finland-based SSH Communications has announced that its SSH Tectia client/server solution 4.1 for integrated, multi-platform secure communications has achieved Entrust Ready status. Entrust, a Dallas-based provider of identity and access management solutions, awards the designation to products and services that have been reviewed for compatibility and interoperability with its products. SSH said the integration will allow customers to leverage Entrust's Secure Identity Management and Secure Data solutions for secure remote access and file transfer using the SSH Tectia product.
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FaceTime releases IM Auditor 5.0
FaceTime Communications of Foster City, Calif., released an updated version of its IM Auditor this month. The IM Auditor 5.0 integrates with MSN Messenger Connect, allowing businesses to extend information security enforcement to instant messaging between employees, partners and customers outside the corporate network. IM Auditor 5.0 also provides antivirus scanning of file transfers through its integration with Symantec, Network Associates and Trend Micro while delivering EMC Centera support for the central storage and management of IM, e-mail and other electronic data sources. Other features include extended support for Microsoft Office Live Communications Server 2003 with maximum scalability and encryption support and Veritas Digital Lifecycle Manager (DLM) integration.
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nCipher to help secure Broadcom network devices
Woburn, Mass.-based nCipher, makers of IT cryptographic security solutions, is partnering with telecommunications' Broadcom Corp. of Irvine, Calif., to provide encryption capabilities to a wide range of Broadcom's networking semiconductor product lines. The BroadSAFE security platform will now include nCipher's technology to make telephones, laptops and networking hardware work more quickly and efficiently, thus reducing the threat to unprotected devices.
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Watchguard unveils latest MSS upgrade
Seattle network security provider WatchGuard has released its latest security software for managed security service providers, MSS Edition 7.2. The upgrade now supports full model upgrade capabilities and integrates with the WatchGuard Firebox X line of security appliances, eliminating the need to replace hardware as an MSSP scales its services for expanding enterprises.
WatchGuard caters to the SMB market and will provide the download free to all current WatchGuard managed security partners with active maintenance subscriptions. All others interested in the solution can click here for more info.