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In Configuration We [Still] Trust

Posted March 22, 2012    Marc Maiffret

It has been roughly a year since we released our original paper titled “In Configuration We Trust.” The goal of that research was to try to draw awareness to the fact that a lot of security improvement can be made simply by how you architect your network and configure your operating systems and applications. These…

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The Retina Protection Agent

Posted September 2, 2010    Morey Haber

Traditional anti-virus solutions that rely on blacklisting malware are insufficient to protect today’s systems from the plethora of threats. Security vendors have evolved endpoint protection solutions to include firewalls, host-based intrusion prevention solutions, and even proactive application protection capabilities in order to defend against the evolving threat landscape. Unfortunately, many businesses still rely on anti-virus…

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