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Re: Show me the Virrii!
From: Jeremiah Cornelius <jeremiah () nur net>
Date: Wed, 7 Jan 2004 20:47:17 -0800
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On Wednesday 07 January 2004 14:32, fastfood () optusnet com au wrote:
Restricting the execution of code by a CPU to a
small list of known good programs that the owner of the computer chooses
to trust would basically kill the antivirus industry.
Cisco have a new product that does just this - Cisco Security Agent.
This is the Okena product, after Cisco's acquisition. They were previously
distributing a better technology - Entercept - by OEM arrangement. Entercept
got cocky about what it would cost to be acquired, and Cisco went for Okena
in a matter of weeks!
These are "bolt-ons", which give capabilities management to legacy OS's -
Winders and Solaris. Similar to LIDS or the "St. Jude" model :
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Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.
RE: Show me the Virrii! John . Airey (Jan 07)
RE: Show me the Virrii! Schmehl, Paul L (Jan 07)
Re: Show me the Virrii! fastfood () optusnet com au (Jan 08)
RE: Show me the Virrii! VBuster (Jan 08)
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