Internet Security Vulnerabilities Affecting Windows And Unix Systems

The Federal Bureau of Investigations and other research groups have become concerned with security vulnerabilities that have been known to affect both Windows and Unix systems. The twenty Internet Security Vulnerabilities that have outlined software features that are most often used by hackers to circumvent computer security and break into Windows and Unix systems have been determined in an effort to reduce these vulnerabilities.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

Are there tools and services that are available to help find the vulnerabilities on systems and networks?
Have there been reports discussing national security in the age of the Internet?
Has there been any legislation concerning security vulnerabilities?


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