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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 ...
Article by Anonymous | 25 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 ...
Article by Anonymous | 21 Mar 2004 | 1 comment
by K. K. Mookhey, Nilesh Burghate 1. Introduction In the last couple of years, attacks against the Web application layer have required increased attention from security professionals. This is because no matter how strong your ...
Article by Anonymous | 16 Mar 2004 | 2 comments
by Matthew Tanase Introduction As information technology professionals, we are constantly bombarded with new products and ideas claiming to be revolutionary. And for a brief amount of time, a few of these technologies seem to ...
Article by Anonymous | 11 Mar 2004 | 0 comments
by Dr. Neal Krawetz Editor's note: part one of this article series is available here . 1. Overview The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol was never designed for security. SMTP dates all the way back to a 1973 extension ...
Article by Anonymous | 08 Mar 2004 | 0 comments
by Rohyt Belani, Michael Muckin The popularity of web servers as a prime target for crackers and worm writers around the globe made IIS a natural place for Microsoft to focus its Trustworthy Computing Initiative. As a result, IIS has ...
Article by Anonymous | 04 Mar 2004 | 0 comments
by Dr. Neal Krawetz Editor's note: a French translation of this article, courtesy of Jerome Athias, is available here as a PDF document. Other requests for translation can be sent to the editors . 1. ...
Article by Anonymous | 25 Feb 2004 | 1 comment
by Jonathan Hassell In the previous installment of this article, I discussed SUS, its purpose, and some of the workings on the server side, including how to push out the Automated Updates client.   In this segment, you'll ...
Article by Anonymous | 19 Feb 2004 | 0 comments
by Laurent Oudot 401 Unauthorized Authorization required. Wireless technologies have spread quickly in recent years and are now widely deployed in corporate environments as well as at home. The human dependency on those ...
Article by Anonymous | 12 Feb 2004 | 0 comments
by Jonathan Hassell Patch management could easily be called the bane of every administrator's existence, the pain in the rear of system management, or that never ceasing headache that pounds at CIOs everywhere. And I use the ...
Article by Anonymous | 10 Feb 2004 | 0 comments