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PrettyPark Virus Litters Cyberspace
There have been numerous reports of the PrettyPark virus running rampant on the Internet this week. Help keep cyberspace clean by wiping out the PrettyParks.

ANIT VIRUS: PrettyPark Virus Litters Cyberspace PrettyPark Virus Litters Cyberspace L. Taylor - March 10, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary A new strain of the PrettyPark virus is creating havoc on the Internet this week. If a user s desktop computer becomes infected with it, the result is that it connects the user s computer to chat rooms, and sends private system information out for public viewing. There have been some reports of desktops being connected to more than one chat server at a time. If the infected
3/10/2000

Trend Micro Anti-Virus Server for Microsoft Exchange ~ A Secure Choice For Enterprise Wide Anti Virus Protection.
Some of the more widely known viruses, such as the

ANIT VIRUS: BubbleBoy virus can be sanitized and/or deleted, not only at the heuristic macro level, but also through using basic ASCII text content filtering. Therefore, an administrator can reject mail based purely on the subject line. Basic text filtering is essential in today s virus arena due to the time to develop and release an antidote . Trend Micro s anti-virus product, ScanMail for Microsoft Exchange, has been certified as Anti-Virus Checkmark Level 1 by West Coast Labs ( http://www.check-mark.com ),
12/1/1999

Anti-Virus Advisories: Rating Them
The recent ILOVEYOU worm, was the most widely spread virus or worm reported as of yet. With so many anti-virus vendors to choose from, which one should you select? The three selection components are: the advisory, the anti-virus tool itself, and the price. This note takes a look at the advisories, and ranks them according to usability.

ANIT VIRUS: Anti-Virus Advisories: Rating Them Anti-Virus Advisories: Rating Them L. Taylor - June 8, 2000 Read Comments L. Taylor - June 8, 2000 Event Summary: A Visual Basic worm, known as the ILOVEYOU worm, reached epidemic proportions when it infected millions of desktops worldwide. Typically when a new virus or worm comes out, commercial anti-virus vendors issue an advisory, and an anti-virus downloadable virus killer that eliminates the virus or worm. The downloadable virus killer might be called an update,
6/8/2000

Why One Virus Engine is not Enough
There is no single antivirus engine on the market today that is the fastest and most effective at identifying viruses, spam, or other threats. According to a recent survey, 97 percent of organizations have antivirus software installed, yet 65 percent have been infected at one time or another since. One way to reduce the chance of virus infection is to install multiple antivirus scanners at the mail server level.

ANIT VIRUS: Why One Virus Engine is not Enough Why One Virus Engine is not Enough Source: GFI Software Document Type: White Paper Description: There is no single antivirus engine on the market today that is the fastest and most effective at identifying viruses, spam, or other threats. According to a recent survey, 97 percent of organizations have antivirus software installed, yet 65 percent have been infected at one time or another since. One way to reduce the chance of virus infection is to install multiple
8/9/2007 9:48:00 AM

NAI Will Pay Trend $12.5 Million Resulting from Law Suit
Settling a patent dispute out of court, Network Associates agreed to pay Trend Micro $12.5 million for the cost of licensing Trend's patented technologies. Both companies claim to be the innovator of scanning for viruses in electronic mail.

ANIT VIRUS: NAI Will Pay Trend $12.5 Million Resulting from Law Suit NAI Will Pay Trend $12.5 Million Resulting from Law Suit L. Taylor - July 5, 2000 Read Comments L. Taylor - July 5, 2000 Note: This News Analysis as originally published on July 5, 2000 contained factual errors and inaccuracies that have been corrected in this version. Event Summary Settling a patent dispute out of court, Network Associates agreed to pay Trend Micro $12.5 million for the cost of licensing Trend s patented technologies. Both
7/5/2000

Protecting Exchange Environments from Spam
Spam has become a global epidemic. And because it is constantly evolving and mutating, spam makes it difficult to separate good e-mails from the bad. While most mail servers have mechanisms to combat spam, they often require third party solutions to eradicate spam from the network. Find out more about the shortcomings of established filtering methods, and how one community-based approach to filtering can work.

ANIT VIRUS: Protecting Exchange Environments from Spam Protecting Exchange Environments from Spam Source: Spamfighter Document Type: White Paper Description: Spam has become a global epidemic. And because it is constantly evolving and mutating, spam makes it difficult to separate good e-mails from the bad. While most mail servers have mechanisms to combat spam, they often require third party solutions to eradicate spam from the network. Find out more about the shortcomings of established filtering methods, and how
11/21/2007 3:47:00 AM

Trends in Malware: 2007 Security Threat Report
The first six months of 2007 continued a trend of rapidly mutating virus and spam campaigns. Small targeted attacks were favored over large-scale attacks. The Web in particular continued to be a growing source of threats, being overrun with Trojans, spyware and adware, potentially unwanted applications, and undesirable web sites. Protect yourself: learn about our predictions for the upcoming threat landscape.

ANIT VIRUS: Trends in Malware: 2007 Security Threat Report Trends in Malware: 2007 Security Threat Report Source: Sophos Document Type: White Paper Description: The first six months of 2007 continued a trend of rapidly mutating virus and spam campaigns. Small targeted attacks were favored over large-scale attacks. The Web in particular continued to be a growing source of threats, being overrun with Trojans, spyware and adware, potentially unwanted applications, and undesirable web sites. Protect yourself: learn about
10/5/2007 2:53:00 PM

Antivirus Software and Disk Defragmentation
In recent years, the rapid succession of virus attacks has created an intense security environment. The capacity for quick response to new anti-virus attacks is a critical component of any organization’s security plan. Antivirus scans are significantly faster on desktop systems with regularly defragmented files and free space—which means that using software to automatically keep systems defragmented should not be overlooked.

ANIT VIRUS: Antivirus Software and Disk Defragmentation Antivirus Software and Disk Defragmentation Source: Diskeeper Corporation Document Type: Case Study Description: In recent years, the rapid succession of virus attacks has created an intense security environment. The capacity for quick response to new anti-virus attacks is a critical component of any organization’s security plan. Antivirus scans are significantly faster on desktop systems with regularly defragmented files and free space—which means that
5/24/2007 3:13:00 AM

Safeguarding the Enterprise at the Endpoint
In today’s increasingly connected business environment, IT organizations need to implement an ever-higher standard of security at the network endpoint. Administrators must meet the needs of new and more demanding regulatory requirements, foil an expanding population of professional computer criminals, and prevent rapidly propagating new viruses from entering and damaging operations. Discover a solution that can help.

ANIT VIRUS: Safeguarding the Enterprise at the Endpoint Safeguarding the Enterprise at the Endpoint Source: SkyRecon Systems Document Type: White Paper Description: In today’s increasingly connected business environment, IT organizations need to implement an ever-higher standard of security at the network endpoint. Administrators must meet the needs of new and more demanding regulatory requirements, foil an expanding population of professional computer criminals, and prevent rapidly propagating new viruses from
5/27/2008 11:21:00 PM

Augmenting Data Backup and Recovery with System-level Protection
File-level recovery on its own is an incomplete strategy when it comes to meeting stringent recovery time objectives (RTOs) for complete system recovery. This paper investigates what’s at risk, where system-level recovery fits relative to current data protection approaches, the impact of system-level recovery on your IT department’s ability to meet RTOs, and the potential of system-level recovery to reduce costs.

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6/6/2011 10:09:00 AM

Non-restrictive Technology in Education: The Reboot-to-restore Concept
Educational institutions represent a unique and complex learning environment from a technological standpoint. Educational instructors are faced with the conundrum of needing to be more knowledgeable about technology in order to ensure that students are appropriately educated; yet they have to continually tighten security because of the growing number of threats—both internally and externally.

ANIT VIRUS: Non-restrictive Technology in Education: The Reboot-to-restore Concept Non-restrictive Technology in Education: The Reboot-to-restore Concept Source: Faronics Document Type: White Paper Description: Educational institutions represent a unique and complex learning environment from a technological standpoint. Educational instructors are faced with the conundrum of needing to be more knowledgeable about technology in order to ensure that students are appropriately educated; yet they have to continually
4/9/2007 6:54:00 PM


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