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Building an Astaro Personal Firewall with Spare or Low End Parts – Part Two now available

Last week I posted that my friend, and fellow MVP Pete Stagman had just published the first in a series of articles on how you can build your own Astaro Personal Firewall with either spare or low end parts, and no other cost. Well this week he has posted part two.

Building an Astaro Personal Firewall with Spare or Low End Parts

My friend, and fellow MVP, Pete Stagman has just published the first in a series of articles on how you can build your own Astaro Personal Firewall with either spare or low end parts, and no other cost.

Why You Should Always Run Anti Virus Software and Firewalls

Earlier today I was sitting in the lounge of a major International airport and I connected my computer up to their free Internet service, via a wired connection, which is provided to all visitors of the lounge. Literally within minutes my computer was being attacked.

Firefox Releases version 3.0.7 – with Five Security Fixes

Today (March 6th), the new version of Firefox, version 3.0.7 was released to the world.

New Edition of (IN)Secure Magazine Available

Just a quick post to say that the new edition of (IN)Secure magazine, Issue 20, is now available to download.

Upcoming Security Conferences

For those of you who are interested, there are a number of security conferences coming up over the next few months.

Microsoft Releases Emergency IE Patch

Microsoft have released an "out of band" patch for Internet Explorer.

Bletchley Park Receives £330,000 from English Heritage

Today the Engligh Heritage awarded Bletchley Park £330,000 which will be used to help repair the roof.

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