CRN Security News


  • Rooting Out Rootkits
    One critical aspect of systems building is staying on top of security threats. Another is having the best detection tools available to keep those threats at bay.
  • Security Solutions On the Rise
    The market for business e-mail security solutions is expected to grow from $1.9 billion in 2005 to $2.9 billion by 2010, according to a report from Ferris Research, which also reveals e-mail security revenue is on the rise by almost 25 percent per year.
  • Avaya Extends VPN, Video Features To VoIP
    Avaya Tuesday at Interop-New York targeted remote and mobile workers with new built-in VPN capabilities for its IP phones and expanded a partnership with Polycom to further integrate VoIP with videoconferencing.
  • Glitch Downs Symantec Discussion Group
    A computer error caused a technical support discussion group on Symantec's Web site to become inaccessible for about 24 hours last week, a spokeswoman for the security vendor said Monday.
  • Talking Up IP Technology
    At Interop this week, networking technology will enjoy more popularity than it has in at least five years, solution providers say.
  • Aventail Improves Communication
    Security vendor Aventail&'s new Web collaboration solution incorporates VoIP and videoconferencing features to improve user-to-user communications and boost productivity.
  • Security: Keep It Simple
    Small-business-focused solution providers can look forward to a banner year in security sales in 2006.
  • System Builders Join Managed Services Fray
    System builder Seneca Data is adding a managed services component to its lineup in an effort to encourage its VAR and ISV partners to find new opportunities with a recurring revenue component.
  • HP Enacts SMB Rules
    Hewlett-Packard has started to turn over to the channel previously direct accounts that were buying through its call center in Colorado Springs, Colo.
  • Cracked: Sober Worm Update Scheme
    A security firm said it has cracked the Sober worm and uncovered the URLs the long-running worm will use in January to update itself to a new variant.
  • eBay Yanks Listing For Excel Bug
    An unknown security researcher tried to sell a vulnerability in Microsoft's Excel spreadsheet program on eBay, but the online auction site pulled the listing late Thursday.
  • Bluesocket Adds teeth To WLAN
    Wireless vendor Bluesocket has upgraded its Blue-Secure WLAN management software to strengthen security and improve performance of voice over WLAN.

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