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Run Windows XP SP2 now

Do you run SP2 on your XP machine? If not, you really should. And, if you run a network, you really need to test it with your applications as soon as possible. Back in April, only 24 percent of 136,000 machines in corporate America had been upgraded to SP2.
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Threat of the month: RPC hole

What is it?The Server Service is a Windows remote procedure call (RPC) service that is crucial for Windows file-sharing networks over workgroups or domains. A vulnerability has been found allowing for remote attacks to take control of PCs via TCP ports 139 or 445. How does it work?The vulnerability exists in the Windows API call…
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Another buySymantec announced its intention to acquire enterprise management software provider Altiris in an $830 million deal. The purchase, intended to better Symantec's standing in the endpoint-management market, came as Symantec representatives said that endpoint security and management markets were converging.
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Watch your threats

George Washington University needed to boost its vulnerability scanning in a mixed system environment. By Marcia Savage
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Fed breach lawA federal ID theft task force backed a breach notification law on government use of personal information. The President's Identity Task Force, co-chaired by Federal Trade Commission Chairwoman Deborah Platt Majoras and Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, urged lawmakers to educate customers, as well as back a federal ID-theft law.
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WLANS: A growing risk

San Francisco. Houston. Philadelphia. Annapolis. Step into any of these cities in the near future and you should be able to check your email, chat with friends, or surf the web wirelessly. But how safe will your experience be with municipal wireless local-access networks (WLANs) as you connect to the web in a car, office building or the middle of a park?
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