Are there cases where spam has been sent advertising a product by someone whose real purpose was to create animosity toward the product? (The situation that brings this to mind is on car forum, where I've been getting private messages advertising a software product ( something like a captcha system) whose purpose to keep spammers off of forums!)
Cloud storage company Box has placed an emphasis on security for some time now, as most of its customers are large companies with massive amounts of data stored with the platform. But there have been a few features missing from Box’s security offerings, and today, the company is filling these gaps.
If you are a website owner, you might need to know how secure is your website, as hacked websites are becoming a common issue, these days. Zerodayscan is an online website scanner which helps you identify XSS attacks and major security vulnerabilities of your website. Zerodayscan offers support for sql injection detection and zeroday bugs.
Cloud security specialist Trend Micro announced the integration of the company’s Worry-Free Business Security Services into the Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) Windows Server 2012 Essentials console, an offering aimed at SMBs.
The integrated solution is designed to protect users from a variety of cybercrime threats and can be deployed as a cloud hosted or on-premise platform.
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Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: MarketGlobal unified web, email mobile security and data loss prevention company, Websense, has now released its ACE in the Cloud for Triton architecture which it says “changes the game” for securing of networks, with organisations now easily able to add, through the cloud, global, deep content-aware security to thwart advanced threats and targeted attacks.
For home I use Norton Internet Security product and it's excellent. I don't have any issues whatsoever with it. Now, I want to install a product for my server. The operating system is Windows Server 2008 and I'm planning to upgrade to Windows Server 2012 in the near future. I searched around and many have suggested Symantec Endpoint.
Basically I am doing an assignment on the Fedora 17 KDE 32bit distro. As the title implies, I have to do a short essay mentioning two security features in Fedora 17 KDE and contrast them with two similar security features in Windows 7.