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by Jonathan Hassell In the previous two installments [ part 1 , part 2 ] of this article series, as well as in my book Hardening Windows , I've covered the current version of Microsoft's Software Update Services product. ...
Article by Anonymous | 09 May 2004 | 0 comments
by K. K. Mookhey 1. Introduction The tremendous increase in online transactions has been accompanied by an equal rise in the number and type of attacks against the security of online payment systems. Some of these attacks have ...
Article by Anonymous | 25 Apr 2004 | 2 comments
by Bob Rudis Managing security within the confines of an organization or enterprise is a difficult job. Worms, viruses, spam, malware, port scans and perimeter defense probes are constant threats. Servers and desktop systems require ...
Article by Anonymous | 20 Apr 2004 | 0 comments
by Ravi Iyer 1. Introduction In recent years, IT organizations have endured relentless and increasingly sophisticated attacks to their infrastructure and data. Most of these attacks are launched from the Internet, but ...
Article by Anonymous | 18 Apr 2004 | 0 comments
by Rohyt Belani Understanding the threat In the 1960's, it required the brilliance of Frank Abagnale Jr. (of "Catch Me If You Can" fame) to deceptively build a bank balance of colossal magnitude. Today, all one ...
Article by Anonymous | 13 Apr 2004 | 0 comments
by Mariusz Burdach 1. Introduction to part II Last month in the first part of this article series, we discussed some of the preparation and steps that must be taking when analyzing a live Linux system that has been ...
Article by Anonymous | 11 Apr 2004 | 0 comments
by Bob Rudis Introduction In the first part of this article series, we looked a common set of Unix tools to act as an effective spam and virus front-end for Microsoft groupware products, such as Exchange, Notes and Groupwise. ...
Article by Anonymous | 04 Apr 2004 | 0 comments
by Brian Wotring Introduction There are now a number of commercial and open source solutions that can be used to effectively monitor the integrity of host environments. When understood and used correctly, these applications can be ...
Article by Anonymous | 31 Mar 2004 | 5 comments
by Bob Rudis Scenario: it's Friday afternoon. You've just finished a three-month implementation of the industry leading (and expensive) firewall architecture designed to secure your global perimeter networks and business partner ...
Article by Anonymous | 26 Mar 2004 | 0 comments
by Mariusz Burdach 1. Introduction During the incident response process we often come across a situation where a compromised system wasn't powered off by a user or administrator. This is a great opportunity to acquire much ...
Article by Anonymous | 22 Mar 2004 | 1 comment