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Introduction: Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities  02 March 2010 
Posted by Erica R. Thomas   
Features Buffer overflows are a leading type of security vulnerability. This paper explains what a buffer overflow is, how it can be exploited, and what countermeasures can be taken to prevent the use of buffer overflow vulnerabilities.

 
FTP Attack Case Study Part II: the Lessons  01 March 2010 
Posted by Anton Chuvakin, Ph.D.   
Features This article presents part II of a case study related to a company network server compromise. Lessons on designing and implementing security are drawn from the case.

 
Network Security Audit (Part II)  01 March 2010 
Posted by Mahadev Geetha   
Features In the First part of Network Security we had a brief overview of the areas that are to be considered on accessing a network's security and also we looked into a few points in each of Management and Administration areas.

 
Measuring Security IT Success  13 February 2010 
Posted by Dave Wreski   
Features In a time where budgets are constrained and Internet threats are on the rise, it is important for organizations to invest in network security applications that will not only provide them with powerful functionality but also a rapid return on investment.
 
Buffer Overflow Basics  12 February 2010 
Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Features A buffer overflow occurs when a program or process tries to store more data in a temporary data storage area than it was intended to hold. Since buffers are created to contain a finite amount of data, the extra information can overflow into adjacent buffers, corrupting or overwriting the valid data held in them.

 
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