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Which is the best security newsletter ?

By Implementor ·
We would like to subscribe to a good anti-virus newsletter that gives downloads of patches and tips for reducing virus attacks. Can someone help us out?

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Trend Micro

by syadm In reply to Which is the best securit ...

A configurable newsletter can be subscribed for at:
http://www.antivirus.com/vinfo/
Enter Your email address and press go, you will then be prompted to include/exclude 4 different selections for Your subscription.
I have also found their website most useful,
especially the very detailed virus and hoax info.
Regards. // Tom

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Symantec Security response

by syadm In reply to Which is the best securit ...

Another good newsletter.
http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/newsletter.html
//Tom

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Symantec Security Response

by GenNews In reply to Symantec Security respons ...

The link above appeared broken when I tried to access it but http://securityresponse.symantec.com/ links to the latest virus information page.

James

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security/virus

by DukeBytes In reply to Which is the best securit ...

This site - http://www.cert.org/ is one of the best for virus attacks, buffer overflows, DoS attacks etc... It really stays on top of things. They have a good notification newsletter that is sent out when things are found and it is a really good site to research different kinds of attacks and such. Check it out.

Duke

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Matter of Opinion

by Packratt In reply to Which is the best securit ...

"the best virus newsletter" is probably a matter of opinion. I generally subscribe to a couple of them but mostly rely on a near realtime news browser from the SANS Institute ( http://www.sans.org ) that goes through all of the services including fprot, symantec, cnn, bbc, sophos, zdnet, and many more and delivers them to a browser type window on your desktop.

Of course, like I said, I don't like to rely on just one service or scanning mechanism since no single virus scanner or alert serviceis 100% effective.

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