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2008 Internet Security Trends: A Report on Emerging Attack Platforms for Spam, Viruses, and Malware
Just when malware design seemed to have reached a plateau, new and more complex attack techniques have now emerged. For a while, security controls designed to

worm bagle  THE FEEBS MASS MAILING WORM Feebs is the research name for a selfpropagating email worm that gives attackers remote access to infected computers for the purposes of stealing personal information. The Feebs worm is particularly dangerous because it watches a system for outgoing SMTP connections and will transparently inject an infected Zip file into the system's own messages - increasing the likelihood of them being opened by the recipient because they are coming from a trusted source. Once it is Read More
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SAP and BMW Team Up on Cars via “Internet of Things”
SAP AG and BMW Group Research and Technology have developed an innovative technology infrastructure for in-vehicle mobility services. Read about this

worm bagle  market, the company might worm its way there into more automotive enterprise resource planning (ERP) and supply chain management (SCM) deals as well. Read More
Hackers Will Be Out in Full Force On New Year's Eve
This New Year's Eve will be a hacker's halloween party. As hackers disguise themselves, and their antics, as Y2K bugs and fixes, watch-out for problems on your

worm bagle  example is the NewApt worm that was discovered on December 14th, says Ian Poynter, president of computer security consulting firm Jerboa Inc. in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I'm sure that there will be some security-related fall-out in organizations that are well prepared for Y2K. Along with more standard technical measures, we're recommending an increase in user education. Raising user awareness of security issues increases the likelihood of catching things that slip through a company's defenses. Market Read More
Digital Business Service Providers Series: Market Overview
Today’s Digital Business Service Provider (DBSP) market is a complex of interrelated services and provider capabilities. This article traces the history of the

worm bagle  1988 the first Internet worm was released, disabling approximately 6,000 of the 60,000 Internet hosts. Even though the Internet (then still really ARPANET) lashed together educational institutes, there were direct ties to commercial networks and free public access ramps. The release of the worm sent shivers around the net, and the Internet security industry was born. In 1990, ARPANET was suddenly released from its Cold War cage, to form the backbone of the new Internet. In 1991, Tim Berners-Lee, working Read More
The Need for Vulnerability Management
New network vulnerabilities appear every day due to flaws in software, faulty configuration, and human error. Detecting, removing, and controlling

worm bagle  machine via a virus, worm or other exploit vector. The standard assumption by computer scientists is 5 to 20 bugs in every thousand lines of software code, so it is no surprise to see regular announcements of new vulnerabilities with related patches and workarounds. The risk of unanticipated vulnerabilities grows with use of General Public License software, particularly as implementers plug in untested modules of object-oriented programming code. These modules may include non-robust implementations of Read More
Dynamic Best Practices of Vulnerability Management
Vulnerability management, the discovery of vulnerabilities and assessment of the risk to the network, is a critical part of both the security and business

worm bagle  business due to a worm or virus in 2003, even with ubiquitous antivirus deployments. Vulnerability management, the discovery of vulnerabilities and assessment of the risk to the network, is a critical part of both the security and business landscape that all enterprise security teams need to understand and implement for longterm success. Vulnerabilities, usually expressed by a product vendor as a defect requiring a patch, upgrade or configuration change, are the weaknesses in a security profile that Read More
Addressing the Complexities of Remote Data Protection
As companies expand operations into new markets, the percentage of total corporate data in remote offices is increasing. Remote offices have unique backup and

worm bagle  attack by a virus, worm or hacker. This can result in immediate loss of data, or the gradual and difficult-to-detect corruption of your data. To recover from this type of threat, you need to be able to roll back your systems to a point in time before the attack started. Disk and server crashes pose another threat, requiring specialized tools, talent and time in order to rebuild a disk or a server quickly and avoid business losses. Local disasters include fire, flood and other events that can make the Read More
Bullet-proofing Instant Messaging
As more corporations adopt instant messaging (IM), chief information officers (CIOs) and IT managers are learning that it can be a serious source of liability

worm bagle  network, whereas the Slammer worm did the same thing in only 20 minutes3. Using buddy or friend lists, IM attacks can propagate onto the Internet in mere seconds4. Some experts estimate the average cost of malware infections in Enterprises at $2 million and up for cleanup, repair and recovery5. Significant financial losses and exposures are never too far behind when this occurs. In 2001, Internet Web services company eFront executive staff used the ICQ IM application to communicate with one another. Read More
NetBIOS Firewall
How many times do you hear network administrators scream at the top of their voice,

worm bagle  is password protected. The worm is now able to put a copy of itself, (subsequently) run on the newly infected system and will continue it's search for further systems to infect. The self-propagating W32/Deloder malicious code is another example of the intruder activity described above. It begins by scanning the /16 (i.e., addresses with the same first two high-order octets) of the infected host for systems listening on 445/tcp. When a connection is made, W32/Deloder attempts to break the Administrator Read More
Need for Content Security
The Internet access you have provided in the office costs money. You wish to see it used as a productive tool and increase business. It also provides the best

worm bagle  proactive protection against Trojan, Worm, Rootkits, Keyloggers, Malware, Spam and Offensive Content. Source : MicroWorld Technologies, Inc. Resources Related to Need for Content Security : Security (Wikipedia) Need for Content Security Content Security is also known as : Content Management Security , Content Management System Security , Content Security Appliance , Content Security Gateway , Content Security Management , Content Security Manager , Content Security Policy , Content Security Server , Read More
Rich Internet Applications (RIA): Opportunities and Challenges for Enterprises
Rich Internet applications (RIAs) represent the next wave in the evolution of web applications, as they promise the richness, interactivity, and usability

worm bagle  Yahoo mail9 and Samy worm on MySpace.com10. Accessibility: Since most RIAs are created using Ajax or JSON and hence, JavaScript, the degree to which they can be universally accessed is greatly impacted. Issues with JavaScripting are not new. However, the increased usage of, and reliance on JavaScripting in RIAs for improved interactivity and functionality has re-ignited this discussion. Accessibility guidelines allow for the use of JavaScript. However, most Ajax implementations offer poor support for Read More
The Sum of All Malware Fears: Siemens on Stuxnet
When Stuxnet malware hit the mainstream media in September 2010, it all sounded like a plotline straight from a Tom Clancy thriller. After all, Stuxnet targeted

worm bagle  After all, Stuxnet—the first worm ever developed to reprogram industrial systems —was reportedly designed to take aim at Iranian nuclear power stations. More specifically, Stuxnet targeted the Siemens industrial control systems implemented at so-called “high-value infrastructure” installations in Iran. The media response was appropriately hysterical. TEC’s managing editor David Clark decided to de-Clancify the affair by going straight to the front lines of defense, at Siemens AG. Clark Read More
Are You Tuned into Radio Frequency Identification?
This article examines the organizational fit of radio frequency identification (RFID) and its technology’s basic mechanics. Its prohibitive costs often account

worm bagle  use with Wal-Mart Passive WORM Suited for item identification and controllable at the packaging source Limited to a few rewrites, existing data replaceable with new data Case and pallet applications—approved for use with Wal-Mart Passive read only Simplest approach Identification only, no tracking updates Case and pallet applications—approved for use with Wal-Mart Table 1. Tag types Active Tags Active tags usually contain their own power sources; they are heavier and have a large data storage Read More

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