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April 2008
Interop Swag Wars      

Network World
“Microsoft Vista Security Impresses IT Staffers Hot For NAC     

Redmond Channel Partner
Web Attacks Spike; E-mail Attacks Down   

Redmond Magazine (also appeared in GCN and Redmond Developer News)
Web Attacks Spike; E-mail Attacks Down    

The Tech Herald
DefCon Contest Has Vendors Worried  

Government Technology
Alleged Webcam Hacker Accused Of Spying On Young

Information Security/
Sophos: Sharp Rise In Web Threats     

San Francisco Chronicle

More Spam Appearing in Social Networks     

Startup Of The Week: Napera Brings NAC To Small And Medium Enterprises    

Quick! Unplug Your Internet Connection

Trojan Horses Still Kicking After All These Years      

Red Orbit
Web Criminals Seeking New Ways To Steal And Sell Data

Digital Trends
15,000 Malware Pages A Day Discovered (also appeared in Top Tech News, Sci-Tech Today and CIO Today)
Study Finds Infected Web Pages On The Rise   

Sophos: One Web Page Infected Every Five Seconds     

Blogger News Network
Nowadays, All You Need To Do Is Visit The Wrong Website To Have Your Personal Information Stolen!   
New Malware Page Every Five Seconds   

CIO Insight
U.S.: The World’s Biggest Security Threat

Dealing with Mac Creep   

Information Security/
Microsoft PatchGuard: Locking Down The Kernel, Or Locking Out Security  

Infected Web Pages Nearly Triple  

Wall Street Journal
Hackers Shift From Email To Website Attacks

Review: 3 Ways To Kill Spam Dead

Review: Vital Security Offers Vital Protection

InformationWeek (also ran on TMCnet)
CNN Faces Cyberattack Over Tibet Coverage      

Reports: Wi-Fi Users To Be Monitored In Russia  

InfoWorld (also ran in PC World)
Malware Threat Lists Slammed As “Useless” – John E. Dunn  

New York Times (also ran on CNBC)
Larger Prey Are Targets Of          

Government Technology
New Spam Web Page Found Every Three Seconds  

InfoWorld (also posted on Network World and Addict 3D)
Symantec Chief Talks Acquisitions, Cisco’s Snub            

InfoWorld (originally published in Computerworld Australia; also posted on PC World Canada, Network World and The Industry Standard)
Malware Filter Bad For Business       

IT Business Canada
Are Signature-Based Antivirus Tools Dead?        

Windows IT Pro
RSA Conference 2008, Day 1   

Communications News
New Technologies Can Expose Networks To Threats   

TechNewsWorld (also ran on, E-Commerce Times)
IBM Conjures Phantom To Fight Hacker Menace     

IT Business Edge
Evolving Malware Still A Major Problem       

Computerworld (also appeared in PC World and Network World)
Number Of Viruses To Top 1 Million By 2009    

Sophos: One Million Viruses And Counting Fast(er)  

Viruses And Malware To Hit One Million Mark – Mark Wilson

Government Technology
Trojan Horse Aims To Make Money From Macintosh Users        

PC World
Hackers Tuck Attack Code Into UK Government Site   

New Zealander 'AKILL' Pleads Guilty To Botnet Charges

Another Young Cyber Criminal Eludes Jail

Ars Technica
Scareware Coerces Mac Users Out Of Cash With Privacy Threat 

Sophos Releases Endpoint Security And Control 8.0   

Sophos Warns Against iMunizator “Scareware”

Small Business Computing
Five Steps To Secure Endpoints     

Windows IT Pro
Anti-Malware Performance And Evolution     

SC Magazine
New Rogue Software Targeting Mac Users