May 19, 2022
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Sophos Firewall Manager and iView – Centralized management and reporting for all your XG Firewalls

Along with the new XG Firewall, we’ve also launched brand-new centralized management and reporting solutions that make managing multiple devices easy. I thought I would take this opportunity to tell you a bit more about Sophos Firewall Manager and iView, and encourage you to learn more and download the free trials. Sophos Firewall Manager Whether you […]
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At the end of 2017, the FortiGuard Labs team discovered a heap overflow vulnerability in Microsoft Windows JET Database Engine and reported it to Microsoft following Fortinet’s responsible disclosure process. On April 10, 2018, Microsoft released an advisory that contains the fix for this vulnerability and identifies it as CVE-2018-1003. This heap overflow vulnerability
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Fortinet’s FortiClient Blocks 100 Percent Malware in NSS Labs 2019 Advanced Endpoint Test Report

FortiClient receives third-straight recommended rating in the NSS Labs AEP Group Test, offering powerful and cost-effective solution for safeguarding the growing number of endpoint devices. John Maddison, executive vice president of products and solutions, Fortinet “Endpoint devices and applications play an increasingly important role in business and networking strategies.
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Cisco: Well Positioned For The Future

Cisco operates a formidable tech and network enterprise. The company offers investors strong growth opportunities, substantial ROI, and a stable tech business. Although moderately priced, I’ll wait on the sidelines for a more enticing buying opportunity. Cisco Systems (CSCO) operates a formidable technology enterprise with vast operations across networking, hardware,
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Mirai Variant Goes After Enterprise Systems

The newest Mirai variant is targeting WePresent WiPG-1000 Wireless Presentation systems and LG Supersign TVs used by enterprises. Researchers have discovered a new variant of the infamous Mirai IoT botnet, which has been sniffing out and targeting vulnerabilities in enterprise wireless presentation and display systems since January. Palo Alto Network’s Unit 42 researchers