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Source: By: Sherman Fridman, Computercurrents.com - Posted by: Benjamin D. Thomas - Posted by LinuxSecurity.com Team   
Server Security Sherman Fridman writes ... "Responding to the recent flurry of incapacitating attacks on various major Web sites such as Yahoo and eBay, Network Associates, Inc., has launched a new business-to-business service called myCIO.com which allows enterprises to click on to . . . Sherman Fridman writes ... "Responding to the recent flurry of incapacitating attacks on various major Web sites such as Yahoo and eBay, Network Associates, Inc., has launched a new business-to-business service called myCIO.com which allows enterprises to click on to the myCIO.com Web site for a check of their servers' vulnerability." myCIO.com sounds interesting.

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