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Secure Computing Intros New Service

Secure Computing announced the launch of Domain Health Check

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Secure Computing Corp. (NASDAQ: SCUR), a leading enterprise gateway security company, today announced the launch of Domain Health Check, a free web service that provides users with a behavior-based view of the messaging and web reputation of their domains. This is a first-of-its-kind service, providing users with a free report about the security of their domain as seen and correlated from thousands of points around the globe. In today’s ever-changing security landscape, where attacks routinely use compromised computers as hosts and mobile workforce computers can easily become infected outside the office, it is important for corporate IT departments to regularly monitor and track the behavior of systems within their networks. Users can access the Domain Health Check at http://www.securecomputing.com/domain_health_check.cfm.

Those who request a Domain Health Check from Secure Computing will receive a report that provides a snapshot of their domain’s security reputation as it pertains to web and email traffic. Reputation scores are calculated based on behavior data captured in real-time by Secure Computing’s TrustedSource™ reputation service. Like a credit score, a reputation score indicates whether a site is in good standing, or if it may have been compromised and is being used in nefarious ways. As part of the report, participants will receive remediation tips that serve as a starting point for further action.

“TrustedSource is the most extensive Internet reputation system in the market and enables all of our gateway security appliances to accurately block malware, spam and phishing attacks at more than half the Fortune 500 companies,” said Atri Chatterjee, senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing, Secure Computing. “Domain Health Check provides this valuable information to anyone needing insight into the security of their websites and domains.”

Secure Computing Corp. (Nasdaq: SCUR)

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