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Protecting Your Network Against the Growing Danger of Web Attacks
Web-borne malware is now more common than malware entering a company through e-mail. The number of Web sites carrying malware increased by 400 percent in 2008

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Web Content Management (WCM)
Web content management (WCM) systems manage content creation, review, and approval processes for web site content. This may include public Web sites (Internet) or private web sites (intranet or ext...
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Spyware versus Viruses
At first glance, spyware and computer viruses appear to have much in common. But in fact, spyware is a unique challenge. Unlike viruses, the motivation behind

web spyware  system, Phileas, scours the Web and discovers spyware faster and more efficiently than any other spyware research method – with a substantially reduced number of false positives. Sites containing malware are automatically blocked through our URL filtering engine to ensure additional protection for end users. Source : Webroot Software Resources Related to Spyware versus Viruses : Spyware (Wikipedia) Computer Virus (Wikipedia) Spyware versus Viruses Spyware is also known as : Spyware , Spyware Exposed , Read More...
Freeware Vendor's Web Tracking Draws Curses
The free cartoon character cursor provided by Comet Systems Inc. tracks and stores the web visits of millions of people. This potential privacy issue was

web spyware  Vendor's Web Tracking Draws Curses Event Summary Comet Systems Inc., a privately held company that gives away software that can convert your cursor into an animated shape of your choosing when you surf the Web, has been collecting information about where the estimated six to fourteen million users of the Comet Cursor point their browsers. The discovery was made by a private security consultant, Richard Smith, a founder of Phar Lap Software, who was also responsible for revealing security problems Read More...
Software Selection for Organizations: Are We Becoming Too Web-biased?
Web-based software has come of age: it is more robust and stable, and combined with the increased speed of the Internet, businesses have reaped tremendous

web spyware  into the World Wide Web with the purpose of causing some sort of damage to PCs. Now, when PCs are connected to the Internet, they are in constant danger of succumbing to new classes of malware, spyware, and worms. Sadly, their operating systems are not equipped to handle these external and unwelcome threats, and we need to install additional software to protect our computer assets from these virtual predators. Unlike with mainframes, the performance of PCs is unpredictable in terms of the unknown actions Read More...
Building a Business Case for Enterprise Spyware Protection
It is sometimes difficult to quantify the scope of spyware problems within corporate environments. The least noticeable effect of spyware is to slow network and

web spyware  products specifi cally for Web application security. Narrowing the perspective to the type of activities that spyware performs, 60% evaluated a hacker obtaining sensitive business data from an application as worse than a mission-critical application going down for an hour; 22% of respondents called the two equally bad.5 Ninety-eight percent of the study’s respondents believed that Web application attacks represent a dangerous threat, with 62% ranking the threat at “10” on a scale of 1-10. ROI for Read More...
Network Engines, Inc. - Double the CPUs for Web Serving
Network Engines, Inc. is a leading vendor of extremely thin rackmount servers used in the rapidly growing area of web serving. In this note, we examine the

web spyware  Double the CPUs for Web Serving Vendor Genesis Network Engines, Inc. (NEI) was formed in 1997 as an IP content delivery-focused vendor. The founder was Lawrence Genovesi, who continues to run the company as President. The original product was a multi-processor server targeted at streaming media providers. In 1998, the company shifted its focus to clustered server products, based on the belief that Internet growth would lead to the need for scalable, cost-effective servers. NEI's revenues come almost Read More...
Web Publishing Is Quietly Succeeding
If your web site is poorly designed, your sales force will have a hard time selling it. As in any business venture, the keys to online success involve attention

web spyware  Quietly Succeeding If your web site is poorly designed, your sales force will have a hard time selling it. As in any business venture, the keys to online success involve attention to quality and setting clear goals. Would it surprise you to find out that successful Web publishing has everything to do with business focus, not technology issues? Not sure where to start? Read about key concepts that can transform your company’s online activities. Read More...
Great Expectations: What Users Want from the Mobile Web Experience
The combination of more sophisticated devices, more powerful browsers, and superior connectivity have elevated end-user expectations for the mobile Web. This

web spyware  Want from the Mobile Web Experience The combination of more sophisticated devices, more powerful browsers, and superior connectivity have elevated end-user expectations for the mobile Web. This white paper examines performance statistics and research gleaned from four key verticals: search, retail, banking, and airline. These high-impact, high-traffic areas expose crucial insights on the relationship between mobile Web performance and market leadership. Read More...
Teloquent To e.t.: Now You Can Call Or Use The Web
Teloquent introduced a new release of its software to integrate phone and web-based customer service.

web spyware  Call Or Use The Web Teloquent To e.t.: Now You Can Call Or Use The Web D. Geller - April 21st, 2000 Event Summary Teloquent Communications Corporation has its roots in telephony, as an enabler of call centers. Their Web ContactServer 2.1 integrates traditional telephone routing with Web-based customer service tools to provide a consistent experience for both customers and agents. Customers browsing a website are given multiple options for seeking assistance, including requesting immediate callback, real-t Read More...
The New Web Experience: More than an Extension to WCM?
That membrane between your business and the online world—your Web site—is expected to be so permeable and malleable these days that web content management (WCM)

web spyware  New Web Experience: More than an Extension to WCM? That membrane between your business and the online world—your Web site—is expected to be so permeable and malleable these days that web content management (WCM) systems have to manage a lot more than just the content on your site. Now web experience management (WEM) has emerged to address the way people access and interact with your site. WEM also illuminates more of these interactions for your own business’s marketing edification. In this blog Read More...
Oracle Further Orchestrates Its SOA Forays Part Four: SOA and Web Services
The battle for the dominance in service-oriented architecture (SOA) and Web services has nonetheless so far largely been a war of words without the clear winner

web spyware  Part Four: SOA and Web Services Web Services A Challenge Oracle has caught up with its competitors in terms of its platform development strategy, owing to its notable infrastructure strategy, including the Oracle Application Server 10g , and its integration set made up Oracle Integration InterConnect , Oracle BPEL Process Manager , Oracle Integration B2B , and Oracle Integration BAM , and other components. It now offers a comprehensive integration solution with these components and with Oracle Portal . Read More...
How to Cook Up Some Marketing Mashups for Your Web Site
The prevalence of Web 2.0 demonstrates that integrating the technology used to manage Web sites is becoming easier. A similar mashup of methods for Web site

web spyware  Marketing Mashups for Your Web Site The prevalence of Web 2.0 demonstrates that integrating the technology used to manage Web sites is becoming easier. A similar mashup of methods for Web site marketing tools can help you measure how you communicate with customers and help deliver sales opportunities. But before you start cooking, find out how to pick the right ingredients for two simple but effective mashups for Web site subscription and content feedback. Read More...
Smart Protection Network: Stop Web Threats Before They Reach You
The Internet is now an important business tool@but it also puts companies at risk of exposure to Web-based threats that can cause major damages, such as

web spyware  Protection Network: Stop Web Threats Before They Reach You Smart Protection Network: Stop Web Threats Before They Reach You If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Trend Micro™ Enterprise Security is powered by Trend Micro™ Smart Protection Network , unique in-the-cloud technology that correlates web, email, and file reputation data in real time—so you are protected immediately. As an integrated solution, it also Read More...
Best of breed versus Suite Anti-spyware
The anti-spyware industry is going in two separate directions. First, there are suite products that come with other security applications, along with anti

web spyware  company employees to a web site that would unknowingly download spyware onto the system. The spyware allowed us to control the system, and therefore the SCADA systems that controlled a nuclear reactor. Needless to say, the plan worked like a charm. If anything, it worked too well as the employees we targeted not only connected to our website, they also forwarded the e-mail on to many other employees throughout the company! This attack took a couple of days to execute. The way it was crafted the threat Read More...

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