• Microsoft Security Essentials: New Microsoft freeware not fazing security software companies

    Many of the companies offering free and commercial antivirus products have reacted defiantly to this week's launch of Microsoft Security Essentials.

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  • Microsoft Security Essentials zaps nearly 400 million threats in first year

    Microsoft's free Security Essentials anti-virus and malware tool has removed 366 million threats from users' computers since its launch a year ago, the software firm claims.

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  • Post Trustworthy Computing: Stop whining about Microsoft security

    Remember Trustworthy Computing? When it comes to Microsoft security, admins are going to have to decide for themselves if they're an apologist, naysayer or realist.

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  • Microsoft security tools: MBSA and MSAT explained

    Regular security assessments are crucial, but can be costly. In this tip, Michael Cobb explains how to use the Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer and the Microsoft Security Assessment Tool for a thorough and free network and risk audit.

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  • Microsoft touts security in Windows Server 2008

    Windows Server 2008, expected to release Feb. 27, is first server product built from scratch since the advent Trustworthy Computing at Microsoft. Bill Laing, general manager of the Windows Server Division at Microsoft, says security in this product is "unprecedented." This interview accompanies an...

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  • Microsoft’s CISO discusses security

    Karen Worstell discusses how she keeps Redmond and its products secure.

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  • Microsoft’s weeklong security blitz

    Microsoft is mending its security ways. That was the gist this week of a Redmond stump speech that stretched from the RSA show in San Francisco to Bill Gates' college-speaking blitz to the e-Crime Congress in London.

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  • Users react to latest Microsoft security push

    Microsoft's new strategy to "secure the perimeter" is drawing mixed reviews from customers and analysts, whose reactions range from high praise to "show me."

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  • Tilting at Microsoft security windmills

    I'm the administrator of a midsized network -- 6,000 users -- and due to who we are, we are always under attack from remote hackers. But over the past year, there have been three major attacks on our network that have come from within.

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  • Quest ‘bet the farm’ on Microsoft’s security model

    While every software vendor must watch where Microsoft is going, doing so is critical for companies developing Windows management tools. That's why Quest Software Inc. of Irvine, Calif., hopes -- and perhaps prays -- that Microsoft can persuade administrators to move to Active Directory, Windows...

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