CRN Security News


  • Bradford Revs Up Campus Manager
    Security upstart Bradford Networks earlier this month unveiled a new version of its flagship Campus Manager NAC offering that includes revamped identity management, end-point compliance, policy enforcement features and VPN support.
  • Small, midsize enterprises can be assured of compliance and more; new channel program will assure VARs of the vendor's commitment


    Review: Reconnex's iGuard 2600S Plugs Data Leaks
    Protecting intellectual property, keeping data private, fending off corporate espionage, meeting compliance requirements and monitoring network traffic are all enough to make a network administrator's head spin.
  • Vernier's Inline NAC Appliance Has An Edge
    Security vendor Vernier Networks earlier this month began shipping the Edgewall 8800, an inline NAC appliance with integrated intrusion-detection and -prevention features as well as the ability to process packets at speeds up to 40 Gbps.
  • Check Point Seeks Piece Of Encryption Pie
    Check Point Software Technologies is looking to add encryption to its product portfolio by bidding to acquire Sweden-based Protect Data, parent company of mobile encryption vendor Pointsec.
  • Netgear Wireless Flaw Comes To Light
    Security researchers from the Month of Kernel Bugs (MoKB) project have dished up details on another critical wireless device driver vulnerability, this one affecting a popular Netgear wireless product.
  • Exploits Surface For Critical Microsoft Bug
    Just two days after Microsoft patched 13 vulnerabilities, programmers have crafted working exploits against a pair of bugs, one of them dubbed critical, security researchers said Thursday.
  • Microsoft Plans 'Fresno' Windows Server Appliance
    Microsoft will take on Linux in the appliance market with an entry-level "Longhorn" Windows Server that will support a small number of users but requires no client access licenses, channel sources say.
  • Zero-Day Attacks Top Security Threat List
    A dramatic surge in zero-day attacks and exploits of Microsoft Office have been the two most important threat trends for 2006, the SANS Institute reported Wednesday.
  • Secure Computing Adds Teeth To Webwasher
    Secure Computing on Monday took the wraps off a revamped version of its Webwasher gateway security offering that protects networks against threats from outside as well as from within.
  • Microsoft Partners Begin Playing With .Net 3.0
    Microsoft recently celebrated Vista's release to manufacturing and the start of a huge wave of Vista-linked product launches by releasing a blizzard of developer software, including the .Net 3.0 Framework, the new managed-code programming model at Vista's heart.
  • Exploit Released For Broadcom Wireless Flaw
    The Broadcom wireless device driver that ships with Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Gateway, eMachines and other notebook PCs contains a buffer overflow vulnerability that could allow attackers to gain control over an affected machine.

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