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  • stack overflow

    A stack overflow is an undesirable condition in which a particular computer program tries to use more memory space than the call stack has available. In programming, the call stack is a buffer that stores requests that need to be handled. 

  • Back Orifice

    Back Orifice is a rootkit program designed to expose the security deficiencies of Microsoft's Windows operating systems. The program's name is inspired by the name of Microsoft's BackOffice product. Created by a group of hackers called the Cult of ... 

  • Intrusion defense in the era of Windows Vista

    Microsoft has built comprehensive antimalware capabilities into its new Windows Vista operating system in the hopes that enterprises will forego third-party applications. But is the protection up to the standards that enterprises demand? 

  • More or less: Browser security reloaded

    This podcast will explore the various security merits of current browsers and give tips on how to decide which is right for your organization. 

About Microsoft security threat management

Learn how to get the most out of Windows Forefront and Stirling to get comprehensive antimalware and antispam technology, content filtering, host- and server-based firewall and protection for Windows XP and Windows Vista desktops, Windows Server, Microsoft Exchange messaging systems and Microsoft SharePoint collaboration systems.