Lotus Notes Domino Antivirus Software and Virus Protection
- August 31, 2006
At this year's Conference on Email and Antispam, one expert said that despite the increasing complexity of online scams and attacks, digital criminals are less about the technology and more about the crime.
- August 22, 2006
DeepNines claims McAfee is marking and selling products based on the DeepNines patent for the Security Edge Platform, a unified threat management product that integrates several tools into a single device.
- August 17, 2006
One of the industry's most knowledgeable AV gurus has left Symantec for Microsoft. Vinny Gullotto will be charged with forming an AV research unit to rival Symantec and McAfee.
- August 03, 2006
VirusScan, Personal Firewall Plus, SpamKiller and other McAfee products are reportedly vulnerable to an unspecified remote code execution flaw.
- June 14, 2006
- April 26, 2006
Mobile viruses are still somewhat of an unknown. They're out there, but they've only just begun. What are they, what do they do, and what can you do for protection?
- November 17, 2005
Windows patches increasingly target client-side vulnerabilities. Can administrators educate end users enough to curb some of the damage they cause?
- November 16, 2005
The worldwide spyware threat is only growing, according to a new study, and the most serious hazards -- Trojans and keystroke loggers -- represent a grave threat to corporations.
- November 01, 2005
A new survey says the computing systems of one in four medium or large companies have been compromised, and yet only half have taken standard precautions to prevent attacks.
- May 03, 2005
Two quarterly reports from antivirus vendors McAfee and Kaspersky say mass-mailer viruses are no longer the biggest threat. But look out for bots.
- April 15, 2005
In this month's roundup of new Domino-related products, PistolStar updates Web Set Password, Teamstudio Script Browser emerges and Protea Tools releases an anti-virus program.
- May 05, 2004
Virus writers, spammers and even the feds are straining e-mail systems. And if you think things are bad today, tougher times are likely ahead.