Microsoft plugs eight holes in its Java software

Microsoft plugs eight holes in its Java software

A serious security flaw in Microsoft Corp.'s virtual machine (VM) found on most Windows PCs could allow an attacker to...

December 11th, 2002 Joris Evers

Answers to your VoIP questions

Answers to your VoIP questions

If you're seriously considering making the voice-over-IP plunge, you no doubt have loads of questions ranging from the technical to...

October 27th, 2002 Phil Hochmuth and Tim Greene

NetScreen offers the works with all-in-one security box

NetScreen offers the works with all-in-one security box

NetScreen Technologies Inc. is planning a new product line that will include firewall, VPN and intrusion-prevention software in a single...

September 19th, 2002 Tim Greene

Analysis: Firewall limits vex VoIP users

Analysis: Firewall limits vex VoIP users

While firewalls are the IT pro's favorite security tool, they can be troublesome for companies trying to deploy IP telephony...

July 7th, 2002 Phil Hochmuth and Tim Greene

Can we talk? VoIP’s firewall challenges

Can we talk? VoIP’s firewall challenges

One of the interesting nuggets from SuperComm 2002 was the lip service that large service providers are giving voice over...

July 2nd, 2002 Daniel Briere and Beth Gage

Verizon begins shift to packet-based voice calls

Verizon begins shift to packet-based voice calls

Telecommunications service provider Verizon Communications Inc. has begun using an ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) backbone to carry some voice calls,...

July 1st, 2002 Stephen Lawson

Security gets smart

Security gets smart

Recognizing that security is edging up on the list of network priorities, Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. has opted for...

May 16th, 2002 Carly Suppa

Trying to measure VoIP call quality

Trying to measure VoIP call quality

The quality of a voice-over-IP call can't be monitored in conventional ways. Traditional network probes focus on isolated traffic statistics,...

March 17th, 2002 Bob Massad

Silicon Access revs up new packet processor

Silicon Access revs up new packet processor

Introducing a new product with the expectations that it will blow the minds of the likes of Nortel and Cisco,...

December 13th, 2001 Carly Suppa