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It can be awful to have your Windows computer infected with malicious software, but it is almost as bad suffering the daily burdens imposed by the security software designed to protect you.
Secure Computing Corporation (NASDAQ: SCUR), a leading enterprise gateway security company, today announced the industry's leading spam detection guarantee, designed to provide US-based customers with the most comprehensive protection during the year's highest spamming season.
By Anonymous Mobile data protection IronKey Enterprise provides always-on mobile data protection and policy enforcement by combining a USB flash drive, remote management and security policy enforcement from a centralized administrative console.
With the school year just starting, working parents may breathe a sigh of relief that the children are safely back in school for the next nine months, but what happens after 3 pm when the kids are home alone with unsupervised computer access? For many parents, these are the danger hours when children are most likely to visit inappropriate websites and are also most vulnerable to Internet predators.
School Family Media, a leading resource for parent teacher groups in the United States, has selected Symantec (NASDAQ: SYMC), the world's leading Internet security company and maker of Norton, as its partner in keeping America's schoolchildren and their families safe online.
Symantec Corp. (NASDAQ: SYMC), makers of Norton security software, announced the availability of Norton Safe Web beta, a Web site rating service that makes the Internet a safer place, whether shopping, watching video, downloading music or just surfing the Web.
Secure Computing Corporation (NASDAQ: SCUR), a leading enterprise gateway security company, today published the company's Q2 Internet Threat Report containing data and analysis from the Secure Computing research team.
Symantec (NASDAQ: SYMC) today announced an upgrade to Symantec Network Access Control, providing comprehensive enforcement for managed endpoints, guest users and unmanaged devices.
By IRIS TAYLOR Gampass, Mumawow and Storm aren't the names of computer games. They are monikers for three sinister and malicious pieces of malware. What's malware? It is software and codes that Internet crooks around the world secretly download onto people's computers or embed in Web pages.
CUPERTINO, CA--(Marketwire - July 16, 2008) - Symantec Corp.
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