Dark Reading is part of the Informa Tech Division of Informa PLC

This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them.Informa PLC's registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726.

Vulnerabilities / Threats

7/24/2006
05:36 AM
50%
50%

Security Solution Meets Standard

null

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Anchiva Systems, a manufacturer of Internet

gateway security systems that protect against spyware, spam and viruses using patent- pending

ASIC technology for unmatched performance, announced today that the Anchiva-1000 Content

Security Appliance has earned the anti-virus certifications offered by ICSA Labs for Internet

gateway solutions. ICSA Labs, an independent division of global information security specialist

Cybertrust, is the global standard for security product certifications.

The gateway is a critical point of entry for Internet traffic,” said George Japak, vice president at ICSA Labs. “The Anchiva-1000 content security appliance has proven its ability to meet our demanding tests that measure product reliability and protection against malicious, self-replicating traffic.”

The ICSA Labs’ gateway anti-virus certification was developed from comprehensive analysis of security-related risks likely to be encountered by the product. This process, representing two certifications, includes extensive testing of the anti-malware product's ability to detect common and "in-the-wild" viruses contained within incoming or outgoing traffic. The Anchiva Systems Enterprise Content Security Appliance earned ICSA Labs certification for the industry’s most common Internet protocols: SMTP, HTTP, POP3 and FTP.

“Recognition by ICSA Labs affirms that our new technology and architecture provides the highest quality security protection against cyber threats at the Internet gateway,” said Ray Wei, co-founder, president and CEO, Anchiva Systems. “Our integrated platform and near-gigabit line rate performance offers customers in-depth protection at the highest performing rates to increase business efficiency and continuity.”

ICSA Labs

Comment  | 
Print  | 
More Insights
Comments
Newest First  |  Oldest First  |  Threaded View
A Realistic Threat Model for the Masses
Lysa Myers, Security Researcher, ESET,  10/9/2019
USB Drive Security Still Lags
Dark Reading Staff 10/9/2019
Virginia a Hot Spot For Cybersecurity Jobs
Jai Vijayan, Contributing Writer,  10/9/2019
Register for Dark Reading Newsletters
White Papers
Video
Cartoon Contest
Current Issue
7 Threats & Disruptive Forces Changing the Face of Cybersecurity
This Dark Reading Tech Digest gives an in-depth look at the biggest emerging threats and disruptive forces that are changing the face of cybersecurity today.
Flash Poll
2019 Online Malware and Threats
2019 Online Malware and Threats
As cyberattacks become more frequent and more sophisticated, enterprise security teams are under unprecedented pressure to respond. Is your organization ready?
Twitter Feed
Dark Reading - Bug Report
Bug Report
Enterprise Vulnerabilities
From DHS/US-CERT's National Vulnerability Database
CVE-2019-17612
PUBLISHED: 2019-10-15
An issue was discovered in 74CMS v5.2.8. There is a SQL Injection generated by the _list method in the Common/Controller/BackendController.class.php file via the index.php?m=Admin&c=Ad&a=category sort parameter.
CVE-2019-17613
PUBLISHED: 2019-10-15
qibosoft 7 allows remote code execution because do/jf.php makes eval calls. The attacker can use the Point Introduction Management feature to supply PHP code to be evaluated. Alternatively, the attacker can access admin/index.php?lfj=jfadmin&action=addjf via CSRF, as demonstrated by a payload in...
CVE-2019-17395
PUBLISHED: 2019-10-15
In the Rapid Gator application 0.7.1 for Android, the username and password are stored in the log during authentication, and may be available to attackers via logcat.
CVE-2019-17602
PUBLISHED: 2019-10-15
An issue was discovered in Zoho ManageEngine OpManager before 12.4 build 124089. The OPMDeviceDetailsServlet servlet is prone to SQL injection. Depending on the configuration, this vulnerability could be exploited unauthenticated or authenticated.
CVE-2019-17394
PUBLISHED: 2019-10-15
In the Seesaw Parent and Family application 6.2.5 for Android, the username and password are stored in the log during authentication, and may be available to attackers via logcat.