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  • Endpoint security threats meet their match

    Securing the network at every endpoint is changing with some new products that limit, prohibit and protect endpoints and users. 

  • Microsoft confirms Windows Wi-Fi flaw

    However, until a rollup patch is released, the software giant said Tuesday that users can take basic steps to protect themselves from the Windows wireless vulnerability. 

  • Web site documents wireless threats, vulnerabilities

    Network Chemistry has launched the industry's first public database to aggregate and communicate wireless vulnerabilities and exploits. The site alerts network administrators and IT managers of potential threats, before any damage is done. 

  • 'Unwired' Series: One hot spot, 910 square miles

    A Michigan county is working to give everyone within its borders wireless Internet access. But when it comes to security, users are on their own. 

  • Juniper brings in the Funk for tighter security

    Continuing its drive to offer tight network security, Juniper Networks yesterday announced plans to buy Funk Software for a cool $122 million. 

  • Wireless LANs, the new 'secure' network

    Once thought to be extremely vulnerable to attacks, wireless LANs are gaining security traction. Learn why experts and vendors say wireless hackers are no longer an issue and why wireless networks can be more secure than wired. 

  • WLAN security flies high with intrusion detection

    Trapeze this week tapped AirDefense to add security features to its wireless network access points to protect against threats. 

  • Wireless guest access gets security boost

    An access control product from Bluesocket makes it easier for network admins to provide secure and differentiated guest access to wireless networks and manage traffic flow. 

  • Wi-Fi access points go nuclear

    No matter how secure Wi-Fi gets, there may be some places where wireless networking just isn't appropriate. Security experts at the recent Black Hat conference recently explained how a U.S. nuclear power plant is using Wi-Fi and risking an informatio... 

  • Is wireless security pointless?

    Wireless threats are becoming so overhyped that some companies are taking a 'Just Say No' approach -- instead doing nothing to secure wireless access points installed by employees.