Wireless security enhances worm detection

    Date28 Sep 2004
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Network Chemistry, a provider of RF (radio frequency) security solutions, announced Monday that new worm-detection capabilities have been added to its RFprotect Wireless Intrusion Protection System. . . . Network Chemistry, a provider of RF (radio frequency) security solutions, announced Monday that new worm-detection capabilities have been added to its RFprotect Wireless Intrusion Protection System.

    The new detections are part of RFprotect's Advanced Rogue Analysis module for mobile 802.11 devices. The module alerts network administrators of inappropriate activity.

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