November 4, 2009

InfoWorld review: Whitelisting security offers salvation

Die, unknown executable! Keeping up with malware signatures is becoming unsustainable, so blocking all but known good programs may be our only hope. A review of five whitelisting security packages yields a clear winner in the battle for 21st century security

November 4, 2009

Application whitelisting review: McAfee Application Control

McAfee's whitelisting protection for Windows, Linux, and Solaris is short on shortcomings

November 4, 2009

Application whitelisting review: SignaCert Enterprise Trust Services

SignaCert is great for monitoring compliance with application and configuration policies, but it lacks built-in blocking

November 4, 2009

Application whitelisting review: Lumension Application Control

Lumension Application Control is a competitive product with a number of standout features and one significant omission

November 4, 2009

Application whitelisting review: CoreTrace Bouncer

CoreTrace Bouncer 5 provides first-rate application control with a few unique features

November 4, 2009

Application whitelisting review: Bit9 Parity Suite

Bit9 Parity 5.0 shines brightest among whitelisting competitors with strong protection and useful risk metrics

October 26, 2009

PC vs. Mac deathmatch: Snow Leopard beats Windows 7

Windows 7 is a worthy rival, but Mac OS X Snow Leopard is the better operating system by a whisker for discriminating professionals

October 20, 2009

Windows 7 on multicore: How much faster?

Microsoft has been touting its superior handling of threads in Windows 7. InfoWorld's tests show that speed isn't the only benefit, or necessarily the main one

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