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GFI WebMonitor for ISA Server ensures productive Internet use at no cost

GFI has released a new version of GFI WebMonitor for Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2004. GFI WebMonitor is a lightweight tool, designed as a plug-in for ISA Server, that allows administrators to monitor - in real time - the web sites being browsed by network users and the files they are downloading. It alsoï;;��enables administrators to block connections to particular sites. GFI is offering this product as freeware.

GFI Network Server Monitor now allows server monitoring from anywhere in the world

GFI announced the release of GFI Network Server Monitor version 5.5, an upgrade of its automatic network and server monitoring tool. The upgraded version includes a remote web monitor, which allows administrators to check network and server status from anywhere in the world using a web browser, a mobile phone, or any handheld device such as a BlackBerry.

GFI slashes prices for event log monitoring by up to 60%

GFI has just made event log monitoring affordable to any company. Until now, monitoring event logs was relatively expensive. GFI's across-the-board price reductions are about to change this. Companies can now purchase GFI LANguard S.E.L.M. - which performs network-wide event log monitoring and security analysis - for as little as $495 for five servers and $995 for 500 workstations.

GFI releases a major upgrade of its acclaimed LANguard Network Security Scanner

GFI today announced the release of GFI LANguard Network Security Scanner (N.S.S.) 5, a major upgrade of its popular network security scanner. The new interface makes detecting and fixing vulnerabilities much easier.� Among the new features are improved filtering and reporting, the easy creation of different types of scans and vulnerability tests, better patch management, and improved Linux/Unix security scanning.

GFI MailSecurity's exploit engine safeguards against new high risk Outlook vulnerability

GFI released an update to its email exploit engine today which can detect any viruses that exploit a newly discovered Outlook 2002 vulnerability. The new Outlook vulnerability, MS04-009, was yesterday upgraded to "high risk" by Microsoft Corp, which issued a patch against it on Tuesday (more details at The vulnerability is related to the way mailto URLs are handled and could allow Internet Explorer to execute code on affected machines.

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