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FormosaAuditor Vulnerability Management

FormosaAuditor Vulnerability Management is a highly secure, centrally managed security vulnerability platform that scans networks and...

August 21, 2014 by FormosaAuditor Cloud Vulnerability Technology

Patch-pouncing security vendors limber up

The latest sport I’ve noticed on the technology newswires is known as ‘patch-pouncing’. This is the practice adopted by certain security and IT administration and/or management software vendors of monitoring the monthly patch releases and making pithy comments on the general state of ensuing IT vulnerability.

January 20, 2010 by

Patchlink looking for more acquisitions, new name

The acquisition of a vulnerability management product earlier this year was certainly not the last, according to Patchlink's international senior vice president Andrew Clarke, who also admitted a name-change is on the cards.At the AusCERT 2007 conference in Queensland's Gold Coast last week, Clarke said that the move into vulnerability management was a natural one -- the product (Harris STAT) acquired in February was already being sold as part of the Patchlink product through an OEM agreement.

May 27, 2007 by

Symantec integrates BindView for compliance push

Almost a year after completing its acquisition of BindView, Symantec has launched the Control Compliance Suite, which is a set of software tools designed to help companies adhere to regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley.BindView developed software for automating policy and compliance management, vulnerability and configuration management and directory and access management.

August 16, 2006 by

Saner Personal

Most Malware makes use of loopholes in the system and targets desktops and end-user applications. The Anti-Malware products that are...

December 19, 2013 by SecPod Technologies

6Scan

6Scan is the world's first website protection suite that immediately and automatically fixes security vulnerabilities. It is designed...

February 28, 2013 by Six Scan

Norton AntiVirus ignores malicious WMI instructions

Symantec's flagship consumer antivirus application contains a vulnerability that can allow certain malicious scripts to pass through without being scanned, according to a security researcher.Dan Milisic, a security researcher based in Canada, told ZDNet Australia that Norton AntiVirus's script blocker ignores certain VBscript using Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), which could allow an apparently protected PC to be infected by a Trojan without detection.

October 20, 2004 by

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