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    AO Security Discussion Spotlight(s) on EIT - 10.23.03

    A round of applause for catch, the author of this week's spotlight tutorial. Thanks for your contribution catch!

    Also, don't miss Lyne Bourque's debut at EIT. We hope it's the start of several more articles written by one of AO's favorites. At least Ennis and sumdumguy appreciate her

    Have a great weekend!

    AntiOnline Security Spotlight: Trust Your OS Again! - October 23, 2003
    Don't trust your server any farther than you can throw it? Relax. Discover some of the steps administrators can take to guard against unauthorized access and potentially devastating intrusions.

    Software Review: Password Officer 5.0 Deluxe - October 13, 2003
    By Lyne Bourque
    Compelson Laboratories crafts an application that can help foster proper password security within an organization. The days of the 'password sticky note' may be coming to an end, much to the relief of security pros.

    AntiOnline Security Spotlight: Trojan and Backdoor Myths - October 16, 2003 (last week's)
    Think your anti-virus apps and firewalls provide you with total immunity to keyloggers and other nasty pieces of code? Think again.


    Chinese Virus Crises Mean Trouble for U.S. - October 23, 2003
    By Sharon Gaudin
    China is being hammered by viruses, and one security analysts says the trouble over there is causing trouble for U.S. networks.

    Another Microsoft Patch, Another Masquerade - October 20, 2003
    By Bob Liu
    Another virus posing as a patch from Microsoft, which never issues security patches via e-mail, is actually a Trojan Horse, experts warn.

    MailFrontier Holds The Line Against Phishing - October 21, 2003
    By Susan Kuchinskas
    The Palo Alto, Calif.-based messaging security firm debuts its new Matador consumer app as a filter for fraudulent e-mails.

    Network Worm Allows Control via IRC channels - October 20, 2003
    Sophos Friday issued an alert for W32/Randex-Q, a network worm with backdoor capabilities that allows a remote intruder to access and control the computer via IRC channels.

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    Yeah, well they ain't the only ones who appreciate MsMittens!

    Good article, BTW.

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    Indeed, she's earned the appreciation of many more Thanks.

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    AntiOnline Senior Member souleman's Avatar
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    hey, I was the one that said it would be MsMittens :P
    \"Ignorance is bliss....
    but only for your enemy\"
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    OMG.. I was mentioned in the same paragraph as Ennis and MSMittens..

    /sdg has a heart attack and crumples to the floor..

    soule.. all you did was predict it would be MsMittens again..
    and pee all over the thread...

    but you were WRONG..

    It's catch that caught the spotlight... (congrats catch)

    I thoroughly enjoyed another thread where he and (our equally well respected )
    Tiger Shark had a (mostly) civil debate in the last 3 pages of this thread.

    that was some good stuff ..

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