Microsoft released the final version of its proprietary antispyware application, Windows Defender. The security tool, which saw its last public beta release in February, is a free download for US customers running Windows and promises to protect PC owners from malicious spyware hacks entering their systems.
Snort vulnerability found
On Monday, Sourcefire the company behind the open-source intrusion-detection application Snort said that hackers could potentially execute malicious ...
D-Link adds Security Service to more routers
D-Link today said its SECURESPOT 2.0 Internet Security and Parental Control Services has been added to two more of its draft 802.11n routers.
NETGEAR Intros Sub-$300 UTM
NETGEAR today announced its lowest-cost Unified Threat Management (UTM) appliance yet.