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June 22, 2006 by Qual-IT London

Symantec targets social data in Enterprise Vault 10

Symantec has released a new version of its Enterprise Vault email and content archiving product that makes it easier to scan Microsoft Exchange emails and metadata for potential data leaks.Enterprise Vault 10, announced on Monday, integrates Symantec's data loss prevention technology so email content and metadata can be flagged for compliance review, while also being automatically classified and assigned the correct archiving and retention policy.

August 2, 2011 by

Brand spanking new Excel 0-day being exploited in the wild

Symantec is reporting that a new remote vulnerability has been discovered in Microsoft Excel 2007, and that this vulnerability is being exploited in the wild.Details are sparse, but it looks like Symantec has discovered a code-execution vulnerability in Excel 2007 and Excel 2007 SP1.

February 23, 2009 by

Symantec shows Microsoft how to do UAC

Security company Symantec has released a tool that helps to make Vista's UAC (User Account Control) feature clearer and less of a pain to use.

October 10, 2008

Symantec says Microsoft Access ActiveX attacks to increase

Symantec has reported that the Neosploit toolkit has been updated to include attack vectors for the recent Microsoft Access ActiveX vulnerability.  Neosploit is a toolkit for sale on the market (price estimates fall between $1500-$3000) that seeks to automate and extend the capability of browser exploits.

July 14, 2008 by

What's the story with these security holes?

There are 28 vulnerabilities in the ZDI pipeline, all high-severity, affecting some of the world's biggest IT vendors -- Computer Associates, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Novell, Oracle, IBM, Symantec, Sun Microsystems, Veritas and Borland.

December 10, 2007 by

Go west young engineer Silicon Valley needs you!

There is an emerging crisis in Silicon Valley - there aren't enough engineers. Companies such as VMware, and the many thousands of Silicon Valley startups, are competing with the well established giants such as Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Oracle, Symantec, and many others, for engineering talent.

November 14, 2007 by

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