XTM 2 and 5 Series
... Blocks access to IM/P2P download sites, WebMail and over 9,000+ spyware sites
Lab Additions/Suggestions previously done
... Appendix 1-E Linux Firewall exploit
Appendix 1-F ZoneAlarm
Appendix 1 –G ProcessGuard application to check and control various other applications
Appendix 1-H Firewall Builder
Appendix 1-I Firehole
PCI DSS Compliance Reference Card
... ÌÌ Sophos Mobile Security for Android can protect users from malicious applications or potential threats within
potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) downloaded by users.
EMC Infrastructure for Microsoft Private Cloud
... Today, many organizations have made a decisive move to revamp the existing
storage strategy by running critical applications like Microsoft Exchange Server,
SharePoint Server, and SQL Server on a virtualized infrastructure. By consolidating
application servers on a virtualized platform, customers ca ...
... Patch Information
• After scanning, view
the list of available
• View details of each
patch e.g.. severity,
reboot required, etc.
Dell SonicWALL SuperMassive Firewalls
... protection. The team leverages more
than one million sensors across the
globe for malware samples and for
telemetry feedback on the latest threat
information, which in turn is fed into
the intrusion prevention, anti-malware
and application detection capabilities.
SonicWALL NGFW customers with the
SysKonnect SK-9E21D 10/100/1000Base
... Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. Additionally, a value added package
is available for Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 enabling Virtual LAN
(VLAN) and Link Aggregation support. This package also includes a utility program for easy
installation and configuration. For ...
SecuROM™ Disc Check
... A unique, uncopyable electronic keycode is added during the glass mastering process for CD-ROM and DVDROM replication. Unlike other digital rights management solutions on the market, the SecuROM™ keycode is
fully within the CD/DVD-ROM specification, thereby ensuring the highest possible compatibilit ...
Market Guide for Enterprise SBC
... price points for small, midsize and large organizations. The AudioCodes E-SBC portfolio covers the
capacity and interface needs of distributed enterprises, which positions the company to be a sole
source vendor for centralized and distributed deployments within the same network. The company
has been ...
... • One of the challenges in a modern enterprise is
understanding the impact of system changes from
the installation or upgrade of an application on a
• To help you overcome that challenge, Microsoft has
released the Attack Surface Analyzer (ASA), a free
tool that can be deployed on a system b ...
... cornerstone of most mobile users’ travel gear, but new form factors, such as the Tablet PC and Smartphone,
are brilliant complements that better address their needs in different scenarios. Microsoft is extending the
business features in Microsoft Windows XP Professional and Office Professional Editi ...
Chapter 13 - SaigonTech
... • Switched 56K leased lines are older, digital, pointto-point communication links offered by local and
– They offered the best alternative to PSTN
connections, particularly given their on-demand
– A circuit was not dedicated to a single customer; ondemand pathways esta ...
Microsoft Windows 2000? Router Configuration Guide
... The Microsoft Windows 2000 Router Configuration Guide presents a general overview of
the routing features, recommended routing protocol, and filtering services. This overview
is designed to show the recommended functionality in various locations within a network.
The author intends for this guide to ...
... use the destination and source IP address information required. In Windows Server 2003,
in addition to naming a specific IP address or a specific IP subnet, you may select DNS,
DHCP, WINS, or default gateway information. (The computer’s TCP/IP configuration
information will be used to supply the IP ...
The Blaster Worm: Then and Now
... from August 2003 and August 2004, and tried to account for DHCP effects. It’s possible that several infected
hosts simply moved within the same LAN due to
DHCP or other administrative decisions, so again we
compared only the first 24 bits of the host IP addresses.
We found that 73 percent of the per ...
Microsoft Security Essentials
Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) is an antivirus software (AV) product that provides protection against different types of malicious software such as computer viruses, spyware, rootkits and Trojan horses. It runs on Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7, but not on Windows 8, which has a built-in AV component. The license agreement allows home users and small businesses to install and use the product free of charge. It replaces Windows Live OneCare, a discontinued commercial subscription-based AV service, and the free Windows Defender, which until Windows 8 protected users from only adware and spyware.Built upon the same virus definitions and scanning engine as other Microsoft antivirus products, MSE provides real-time protection, constantly monitoring activities on the computer and scanning new files as they are downloaded or created and disabling detected threats. It lacks the personal firewall of OneCare or the centralized management features of Forefront Endpoint Protection.Microsoft's announcement of its own AV software on 18 November 2008 was met with mixed reactions from the AV industry. Symantec, McAfee and Kaspersky Lab—three competing independent software vendors—dismissed it as an unworthy competitor, but AVG Technologies and Avast Software appreciated its potential to expand the consumers' choice of AV software. AVG, McAfee, Sophos and Trend Micro claimed that the integration of the product into Microsoft Windows would be a violation of competition law.The product received generally positive reviews praising its user interface, low resource usage and freeware license. It secured AV-TEST certification on October 2009, having demonstrated its ability to eliminate all widely encountered malware. However, it lost the certificate on October 2012, having shown a constant decline in protection and repair scores. In June 2013, MSE achieved the lowest possible protection score, zero. According to a March 2012 report by anti-malware specialist OPSWAT, MSE was the most popular AV product in North America and the second most popular in the world, which has resulted in the appearance of several rogue antivirus programs that try to impersonate it.