Securing Your Systems Protecting your systems against bad guysMay 23, 2008
We'll show you how the lessons learned in the 1980s movie "The Karate Kid" can be applied to securing your systems.more »
Astaro Corporation, a leading manufacturer of unified threat management (UTM) security appliances, today announced the beta availability of version 7.1 of its Astaro Security Gateway software appliance. The latest release of Astaro's
security platform offers a range of innovations, including advanced web filtering based on a new HTTP proxy which allows for extended functionality and performance improvements. Astaro has also launched its new beta program for Astaro Security Gateway.
Development of the new version of the Gibraltar security software took more than a year. The release of Gibraltar 2.5 sees enhanced functionality and simplified use.more »
Collax has released an update to version 4.2 of its Security Gateway solution. The Unified Threat Management solution (UTM) is now based on kernel 2.6.more »
Detecting Intruders Intro Looking for signs of a network attackMar 31, 2007
If you think your systems are too obscure for an attacker to worry about, think again. Today’s intruders are happy for any victim.more »
Admin Workshop: NTP Insider Tips: Network Time ProtocolOct 31, 2005
Networks often require very accurate timekeeping. The Network Time Protocol provides the time with precision.more »
TCP Hijacking Understanding and preventing TCP attacksAug 31, 2005
It is quite easy to take a TCP connection down using a RST attack, and this risk increases with applications that need long-term connections, such as VPNs, DNS zone transfers, and BGP. We’ll describe how a TCP attack can happen, and we’ll show you some simple techniques for protecting your network.more »
New release targets Linux professionals.
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