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The Network Security Inspector from Sunbelt Software is a network vulnerability scanner using a database of over 4,000 ranked multiplatform vulnerabilities.
This product takes an all-in-one security approach with features such as anti-spam, anti-phishing, anti-virus, attachment filtering, disclaimers and content filtering.
An anti-virus and anti-spyware product that is managed from a central console.
GFI Software, a security provider that caters to small and midsize businesses, announced Tuesday that it has acquired anti-virus company Sunbelt Software.
This product from Sunbelt Software sells itself on being uniquely developed to be both user- and admin-friendly, which is quite a claim. It also says it is the best-selling anti-spam product for Microsoft Exchange environments, with over 4,500 enterprise installations. Judging from what we saw, it is easy...
This is a vulnerability scanner for Microsoft operating systems and applications.
This is one for the serious business with a need for high availability and disaster recovery in its overall plan. The capability not only to replicate files but also only the part that has changed, is just one of Double-Take's virtues.
Once installed and running, iHateSpam for Exchange performed quite well, but the installation got off to a rocky start.<
West Coast Bureau Chief Jim Carr talks with Sunbelt Software CEO Alex Eckelberry about how corporations can protect themselves - and their customers - from attacks similar to the one that used the Bank of India website to spread malware.
Sunbelt Software researchers say they have uncovered what appears to be a massive online identity theft ring, which is under investigation by the FBI.
Spam emails, purporting to deliver a money-transfer notification from Western Union but containing an attachment with an executable trojan, have been spotted in the wild by researchers at Sunbelt Software.
Security teams from anti-spyware vendor Sunbelt Software have discovered a website application instructing hackers on how to build trojans designed to steal personal information.
As IT administrators grapple with the unpatched vector markup language (VML) vulnerability, a team of security experts at Sunbelt Software today reported a new zero-day exploit affecting Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) and requiring no user initiation.
Cyberattackers have hijacked thousands of search terms on Google, leading end-users to unexpected malware installations.
Allied Bakeries, manufacturer of breads such as Kingsmill and Sunblest, has purchased a data replication product that supports disaster recovery and business continuity.
Spammers are stepping up their use of Shockwave Flash file redirects to avoid detection.
Microsoft on Tuesday released an updated version of an April patch that was clashing with third-party software.
ERG Ventures LLC, the organization behind the Media Motor spyware program, has agreed to settle charges with the federal government for $330,000.