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  • VeriSign, AirMagnet team up for wireless IPS

    Gartner IT Security Summit: VeriSign and AirMagnet announce collaboration on the new VeriSign Wireless Intrusion Prevention Service (IPS) to help IT shops defend Wi-Fi users. 

  • Check Point promises more VoIP security, fewer slowdowns

    Check Point's enhanced Open Performance Architecture is designed for deeper security of technologies like VoIP without the network performance problems that often come with it. 

  • TJX breach tied to Wi-Fi exploits

    The TJX hackers started their assault two years ago by attacking security holes in the retail giant's wireless system outside a Minnesota Marshalls. 

  • Cisco urges Wireless Control System upgrade

    Cisco Systems Inc. is urging customers to upgrade to the latest version of its Wireless Control System to fix several flaws that could allow a hacker to gain access to the system. 

  • Apple fixes flaws in AirPort Extreme Base Station

    Attackers could exploit a pair of flaws in Apple's AirPort Extreme Base Station to bypass security restrictions and access sensitive data. Apple has released a fix. 

  • Security researcher offers apology, plans to release attack code

    Security researcher David Maynor said he made a mistake when he demonstrated a Wi-Fi attack using an Apple MacBook last year at the Black Hat conference. 

  • Cisco routers threatened by drive-by pharming

    Millions of Cisco routers in circulation could be compromised by a newly-discovered attack technique Symantec calls drive-by pharming, the networking giant warned in an advisory. 

  • Going Wi-Fi? Go safely

    Today's security professionals are forced to balance the convenience that wireless technology offers with the need to enforce a solid security policy. 

  • Apple fixes Mac Wi-Fi flaw

    The Mac OS X Wi-Fi flaw Apple fixed Thursday was first disclosed as part of the Month of Kernel Bugs in November. Attackers could exploit it to crash the targeted system. 

  • IT pros worried about unsecured devices

    IT admins keep working to make networks secure even as more unsecured personal gadgets, like smart phones and BlackBerrys, find their way into companies.