Nutanix NX-3000 Series9.3 - Excellent
Netgear ReadyData 52009.3 - Excellent
Sublime Text 3.30599.1 - Excellent
January 27, 2009

Test Center: How secure is Firefox?

Mozilla's popular Web browser is long on user-friendly features and third-party extensions, and short on granular security controls

September 30, 2008

Two tenacious exploits debunk vendor claims

The Adobe Flash Clipboard Hijack and the XP Antivirus exploit throw "state-of-the-art" Web security clients for a loop

September 30, 2008

Test Center: Sandbox security versus the evil Web

Five products strive to trap drive-by downloads and other threats in a virtual Web browsing space, with mixed results

July 3, 2008

Product review: Sophos NAC is a good start

Sophos NAC Advanced combines agent-based awareness and enforcement of essential security policies for Windows end points with integration hooks to network-based control systems

June 17, 2008

Pimp my datacenter: OSI Security Devices

The OSI Omnilock card key system, programmable via Pocket PC, provides maximum security at minimal cost

June 9, 2008

Does sandbox security really protect your desktop?

InfoWorld's tests question vendor claims of meaningfully improved security, though not everyone agrees

May 30, 2008

Product review: Titus Labs helps stop e-mail slips

Titus Labs Message Classification proves an easy and flexible way to enforce data sensitivity labeling in Outlook

May 27, 2008

Open source on the wire

It’s already on your servers, why not running your network?

May 21, 2008

ZoneAlarm ForceField: Compromised in sixty seconds

Check Point's virtualized browser security client, like would-be panaceas before it, fails to live up to the hype

April 9, 2008

Lab test: Tumbleweed MailGate

Tumbleweed's unique admin features, strong filtering, and good value make it worth a close look

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