2003

Microsoft cracks down on file format attacks

Microsoft cracks down on file format attacks

Office 2010 tool now backwards compatible.
Apr 13 2011 1:49PM
Microsoft warns of Video ActiveX control flaw

Microsoft warns of Video ActiveX control flaw

Microsoft has warned of a zero-day ActiveX vulnerability that is being exploited in limited attacks against Windows XP and Server 2003 users.
Jul 7 2009 10:51AM
Microsoft stops shipping Office 2003

Microsoft stops shipping Office 2003

System builders encouraged to push Office 2007.
Jun 25 2007 11:53AM
Office 2003 moves to OpenXML format

Office 2003 moves to OpenXML format

Microsoft has released a security component that converts Office 2003 documents into the Open XML format, ridding them of malware.
May 23 2007 11:41AM
Review: Windows Server 2003 Security, Volume 2

Review: Windows Server 2003 Security, Volume 2

Author Roberta Bragg

Jun 30 2005 12:00AM
T-Mobile USA emphasizes security as details of 2003 breach emerge

T-Mobile USA emphasizes security as details of 2003 breach emerge

T-Mobile USA says it has made security a top priority after it emerged that a hacker had broken into the company's internal systems and viewed customer details.
Feb 22 2005 2:27PM
DOE hit by 199 intrusions in 2003

DOE hit by 199 intrusions in 2003

Nov 12 2004 5:06PM
Microsoft reveals XP and 2003 vulnerability

Microsoft reveals XP and 2003 vulnerability

Microsoft has admitted that a vulnerability in Windows Server 2003 and XP could allow hackers to take control of PCs by luring users to a dangerous website that contains remote execution link.
May 14 2004 1:13PM
Websense says P2P sites soared fivefold in 2003

Websense says P2P sites soared fivefold in 2003

The numbers of peer-to-peer (P2P) websites and services increased fivefold during 2003, according to research from Websense, the employee internet management specialist.
Mar 30 2004 4:37PM
One third of firms hacked in 2003

One third of firms hacked in 2003

One in three major UK companies suffered hack attacks on their websites last year.
Mar 22 2004 1:19PM
US SMEs spent $1.8 billion on IT security in 2003

US SMEs spent $1.8 billion on IT security in 2003

Small-to-mid-sized businesses (SMEs) in the US spent a total of $1.8 billion on IT security during 2003.
Feb 26 2004 10:27AM
Security-Spending Winners and Losers for 2003

Security-Spending Winners and Losers for 2003

What do the impending war in Iraq, the Venezuelan oil strike, the threats by North Korea to “go nuclear,” and the Bush Administration economic proposal all have in common?
Jan 12 2004 3:40PM
Out-of-Band Management for Windows Server 2003

Out-of-Band Management for Windows Server 2003

Many networked devices, such as UNIX servers, routers and switches, are accessible through local serial console ports, for initial configuration and emergency management.
Jan 9 2004 4:40PM
Encryption (2003)

Encryption (2003)

Encryption is becoming an essential tool in modern business, partly due to the increasing use of mobile computing says Geoff Marshall

Nov 1 2003 12:00AM
Mobile security (2003)

Mobile security (2003)

Security begins before you even look inside your operating system with simple things like locks and portable memory. By Jayne Parkhouse

Nov 1 2003 12:00AM
Microsoft’s Office 2003 hits Australia

Microsoft’s Office 2003 hits Australia

Microsoft officially launched its new Microsoft Office System productivity suite in Australia at Fox Studio in Sydney on Wednesday.
Oct 22 2003 12:00AM
Data forensics (2003)

Data forensics (2003)

Part of your security package should include forensic testing, and the process is as important as the tools you use. Jon Tullett identifies the right approach

Oct 1 2003 12:00AM
Telcoms security (2003)

Telcoms security (2003)

The telcom security market is constantly changing as new developments make their debut in the marketplace. We look at some options. By Steve Gold

Oct 1 2003 12:00AM
Biometrics (2003)

Biometrics (2003)

Biometric technology has met with misunderstanding in the past, but its benefits are becoming integrated into mainstream security. By Julian Ashbourn.

Sep 1 2003 12:00AM
VPNs (2003)

VPNs (2003)

Safe remote access to company systems is the reason for virtual private networks. But how easy and how secure are these appliances? By Rene Millman

Sep 1 2003 12:00AM

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