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Check Point Software Technologies Anti-Bot Software Blade

28 October, 2011 by

Check Point Software Technologies has announced a new Anti-Bot Software Blade that protects against bots and APTs (advance persistent threats) and delivers high traffic performance of up to 40 Gbps.

Mobility and Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) top security concerns

23 November, 2010

Mobile, data-stealing malware and Malware-as-a-Service top the list in the M86 Security Predictions 2011 Report

Employees open enterprise to increased malware

02 November, 2010

RSA Online Fraud Report outlines how malware is making its way into enterprises through employees' private use.

Domain name .AU in top ten for less risk

28 October, 2010

Report reveals the riskiest web domains to surf and search with .COM the worst and .AU the seventh safest.

Testing security suites in real-life conditions is essential

03 August, 2010 by Lloyd Borrett*

Anti-malware security suite testing receives a lot of attention, but it's important to appreciate that different testing methods can produce vastly different and even misleading results. A decent security suite is greater than the sum of its parts: it's designed in layers to thwart various attacks at various stages. Testing individual components of a security suite on their own - or testing in an environment that doesn't reflect real-world conditions - often fails to give an accurate picture of a security suite's overall performance.

User behaviour drives broader malware attacks

31 March, 2010

A Blue Coat Systems report has examined evolving malware attack strategies that exploit online user behaviour.

Beware botnet-bearing Barack

20 January, 2009

A wave of emails claiming that Barack Obama is refusing to accept the US Presidency is actually an attack carrying the Waledec botnet, say experts from Marshal8e6.

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