Risk updating brightmail
For the most part it’s a straight forward virtual machine setup except for the network adapter, I discovered after the initial install I had no network connectivity, I resolved this by removing the network adapter and adding a “Legacy Network Adapter” in its place.During the initial GUI Bright setup process it detected version 9.5.4, so I had it apply the update, and it was successful so a good sign.In an advisory, the Cupertino, Calif.-based antivirus giant said attackers could use a static database administration password in Brightmail Anti Spam to access the database."With the release of Symantec Brightmail Anti Spam version 6.0, some configuration information is now also stored in the database," the advisory said.Chris Wilson, Microsoft's IE program manager, has posted a message on the Internet Explorer Weblog saying the beefed up browser will only run on Windows XP SP2."It should be no surprise that we do not plan on releasing IE 7 for Windows 2000," he said.It was only effective if a clean install of [the product] was done. that were upgraded to 6.0 without doing a clean install remained remotely accessible." Symantec has released version 6.0.2 to address the issue.
SONAR was introduced to serve the consumer antivirus market.
SONAR was first offered as an add-on for Norton Anti Virus 2007 and Norton Internet Security 2007; subsequent annual editions of the Norton line have had SONAR, as well.
SONAR 2 is part of Norton 2010 and Norton 360 v.4 antivirus software.
"One reason is where we are in the Windows 2000 lifecycle.
SONAR is the abbreviation for Symantec Online Network for Advanced Response.
Unlike virus signatures, SONAR examines the behavior of applications to decide whether they are malicious.