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An award winning writer and journalist, for more than 20 years George Hulme has written about business, technology, and IT security topics. He currently freelances for a wide range of publications, and is security blogger at InformationWeek.com.
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posted in April 2008

Windows XP Service Pack 3

4/28/2008
While there's not a lot of big news or fanfare surrounding the imminent release of Windows XP Service Pack 3, there are a number of interesting security enhancements.

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Quick! Unplug Your Internet Connection!

4/24/2008
According to the security vendor Sophos, one Web page is infected with malicious software every five seconds. Yeah, but it's probably mom-and-pop and porn Web sites with all of the infections, you say. Think again.

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Focus On Managing Risk, Not Gruntwork

4/23/2008
With large enterprises sporting hundreds of applications, firewalls, routers, and other networking devices -- and more than 139 newly announced vulnerabilities each week -- how do they know what vulnerabilities actually matter?

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Ever Lose A Smartphone?

4/17/2008
I've lost a number of them, and each time I've left behind a smartphone or PDA, I've worried not so much about the device -- but the personal data it holds. Kaspersky Lab is offering what could be a viable solution.

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What Is Virtualization Security?

4/7/2008
It's RSA week. Which means we're going to be inundated with security news, and the hype is going to be loud. And a number of research firms predict virtualization security will be near the top of the hype-o-meter this year.

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Virtualization Security

4/6/2008
From virtual rootkit "aka Blue Pill" attacks to attacks that make it possible to break out of a virtual machine's operating system to the underlying server OS -- there's been plenty of talk about virtual security in the past few years. Yet, the more I look into the issues surrounding virtualization and security, the less I think it's about securing the actual virtualization software itself, such as the hypervisor.

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