Exclusive presentations & workshops. Three information-packed days
of expert technical advice on automating the integration and
deployment of Windows 2000 & Microsoft Exchange, and managing
your existing Windows NT/2000 directories.
FastLane Technologies is proud to host the 2nd annual 'DM/World
conference, October 23 - 25, 2000, Toronto, Canada, in partnership
with Compaq, HP, trainability, and Windows 2000 Magazine. This
year's focus is on 'Winning Strategies for Planning, Designing
and Implementing Large Scale Directory Management Solutions'.
Key steps to integrating/deploying Microsoft Active Directory
and Microsoft Exchange
Once again, DM/World features a roster of top industry experts,
including: Neil MacDonald (GartnerGroup), Jamie Lewis (The Burton
Group), Peter Houston (Microsoft), Mark Minasi (MR&D), Sean Daily
(iNTellinet Solutions/Windows 2000 Magazine), Joshua Konkle
Registration will be limited to encourage active attendee
participation. Click here to register now or call 1-800-282-2917
Double-Take Makes It Into InformationWeek
Double-Take is Sunbelt's #1 selling tool for High Availability and
Disaster Recovery in-one. Recently InformationWeek also saw the
benefits of Double-Take and wrote a short article about it. The
message is that DT now also works on W2K servers that do not have
to be identical.
And this is what their ad sales guy sent to us: "Sunbelt Software is
the type of company that executive, upper level business management,
and IS/IT decision makers come to read about on our sites".
Well, you can guess what _he's_ trying to sell ;-)
Here is the URL:
STAT Secures New Batch of Vulnerabilities.
You all know that the rate of holes found in software is actually
going up with all the new releases that are coming out. STAT is a
great solution to 'cover your behind' and scan your own domains
from the inside on a regular basis for vulnerabilities. STAT has
a team of security experts that help you find and plug holes. Every
month the new holes are updated and if you already own STAT, below
is the update database you can get with the new holes to scan for.
If you do not run STAT yet, it's h i g h time you should have
a look at it. The stuff it finds is mind boggling and in quite
a few cases very embarrassing. Better to find these first before
some one else does.
The latest Update Details:
Update 7 to STAT Version 3.0 contains 12 new vulnerability checks,
bringing the total number of vulnerability checks to 892.
Update 7 includes two new configuration files, policy.dat and
password.dat, that includes all vulnerabilities associated with
account policies and passwords.
Update 7 includes an additional print format (A4) for reports and
an improved RTF format.
Update 7 now has enhanced keyboard functionality, including
scrolling through vulnerability checks with the up/down arrow
keys, or scrolling through tabs with the left/right arrow keys.
Update 7 includes new vulnerability checks for the SQL Server.
Update 7 tests for files such as *.pwd and CGI files that have
known buffer overflows that could allow arbitrary code to run.
Update 7 tests for the latest patches for Windows NT 4.0 and
Windows 2000. These patches prevent denial of service attacks
or unauthorized access.
Update 7 tests for the latest patches for IIS 4 and IIS5. These
patches prevent denial of service attacks or unauthorized access.
Update 7 tests for the latest patches in Internet Explorer as
well as the new Internet Explorer 5.5 recently released. These
patches prevent unauthorized access and information gathering.
Update 7 tests for patches in Microsoft Office products that
prevent unsafe scripts from running on NT 4.0 or Windows 2000.
For STAT Customers: get your update here:
For domains with holes, get yourself patched over here: