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Survey Finds Web Server Attacks Doubled in 2001
Oct 12, 2001, 17 :39 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (3777 reads) (Other stories by Amy Newman)

IT and computer security magazine Information Security this week released the findings of its 2001 Information Security Industry Survey. Survey results revealed that despite increased corporate spending on computer security, cyber attacks and viruses continue to impact organizations with alarming frequency.

"One cure for those hit by both Code Red and Nimda may be migration to a Web server other than IIS. ..."

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