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Monday, September 19, 2011

Windows ASLR, APTs, server malware protection and common patching gaps

Here are some new pieces I've written for the TechTarget sites SearchWindowsServer.com and SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com on Windows (in)securities in the enterprise including a bit on the over-hyped and misunderstood APT threat (is that like "ATM machine"?) which I got to see first hand while working on a project that involved one of the Operation Shady Rat victims:

The APT threat to Windows environments

Why you need address space layout randomization in Windows Server 2008 R2

Are you properly protecting your Windows servers against malware?

Windows server patching gaps you can't afford to miss

Enjoy!

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