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    HOTPICK: Stonesoft's StoneGate SG-4000 network firewall's high availability, scalability and low maintenance requirements offer significant value. 

  • Mozilla issues Firefox mega-fix

    The digital underground could exploit as many as seven flaws to bypass security restrictions, compromise sensitive data and launch cross-site scripting attacks. 

  • Microsoft confirms Windows Wi-Fi flaw

    However, until a rollup patch is released, the software giant said Tuesday that users can take basic steps to protect themselves from the Windows wireless vulnerability. 

  • Microsoft plans WMF fix next week

    The software giant has plans to release a patch for the extremely critical Windows Meta File glitch on Patch Tuesday, but SANS says some admins should take action sooner. 

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    Just by browsing your competitor's Web site, you might be giving away your company's most guarded secrets. Experts offer advice for countering the subterfuge and keeping secrets safe. 

  • Apple patches 13 flaws in Mac OS X

    Attackers could gain unauthorized system access, compromise sensitive data and launch malcode by exploiting a series of security holes in Mac OS X. But patches are available. 

  • Group seeks to bolster VoIP security

    An industry coalition has published a lengthy list of guidelines to help identify and deal with threats against Internet voice communications systems. 

  • Security Bytes: Scammers target Yahoo visitors

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  • Security Bytes: New Bagle variants spammed to millions

    Meanwhile, a new IE flaw surfaces; a new worm spoofs Google to boost companies' rankings; banks lose billions to fake customers; and an Ohio university fails to make the grade. 

  • Symantec threat report: A closer look

    Details of the enterprise security provider's latest customer data.