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by Stephen Barish This article originally appeared on SecurityFocus.com -- reproduction in whole or in part is not allowed without expressed written consent. It's a security person's worst nightmare. You've just ...
Article by Anonymous | 31 Dec 2002 | 0 comments
by Scott Granneman This is the second of two articles focusing on ways to secure one of the world's most popular e-mail clients, Microsoft's Outlook. The first article offered a brief overview of Outlook, as well as some of ...
Article by Anonymous | 23 Dec 2002 | 1 comment
by Mike Fahland, Eric Schultze Earlier this month, Microsoft released version 1.1 of the Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA). MBSA is the first product deliverable from the recently formed Microsoft Security Business Unit (SBU), a ...
Article by Anonymous | 19 Dec 2002 | 0 comments
by Karen Kent Evaluating Network Intrusion Detection Signatures, Part Three by Karen Kent last updated December 18, 2002 In this three-part series of articles, we are presenting ...
Article by Anonymous | 18 Dec 2002 | 0 comments
by Costin Riau "What we currently have is a set of toys to play with - nothing we would consider using in a production environment (or at least not without prior extensive testing). All these toys are in a very early, mostly ...
Article by Anonymous | 16 Dec 2002 | 0 comments
by Scott Granneman Larry Lieberman is a busy guy. He's been on the city council of University City, Missouri for decades, and he's always been extremely responsive to his constituents. But email has really changed his life. ...
Article by Anonymous | 10 Dec 2002 | 1 comment
by Matthew Tanase Introduction Recently, major news outlets reported that a coordinated attack designed to disable several of the Internet's root name servers had taken place. The attack, described as sophisticated and ...
Article by Anonymous | 03 Dec 2002 | 0 comments
by Pete Finnigan This article originally appeared on SecurityFocus.com -- reproduction in whole or in part is not allowed without expressed written consent. SQL Injection and Oracle, Part Two by Pete Finnigan ...
Article by Anonymous | 28 Nov 2002 | 1 comment
by David Wong and Rohyt Belani Secure Programming with .NET by Rohyt Belani and David Wong last updated November 26, 2002 At the core of Microsoft's .NET initiative is ...
Article by Anonymous | 26 Nov 2002 | 0 comments
by Pete Finnigan SQL Injection and Oracle, Part One by Pete Finnigan last updated November 21, 2002 SQL injection techniques are an increasingly dangerous threat to the security ...
Article by Anonymous | 21 Nov 2002 | 0 comments