We have released an update to the Vantage range of applications to fix an issue with the Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) loader. (more…)
Archive for August, 2010
Thursday, August 26th, 2010
Tuesday, August 24th, 2010
WebSpy Australia, servicing Australia, Asia and the Pacific, has changed address to:
Level 5, 34A
25 Walters Drive
Osborne Park WA 6017
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All other contact details remain unchanged:
Toll Free: 1800 801 121
Phone: +61 8 9321 3322
Fax: +61 8 9321 3377
Monday, August 23rd, 2010
We are happy to announce that WebSpy has recently appointed Avnet Technology Solutions as a key distributor for the Netherlands.
Avnet Technology Solutions is a value-added distributor of computer products, software and services. Within the Networking and Security segment Avnet specializes in firewall solutions, perimeter security, virtual private networking (VPN), content security, antivirus and URL filtering. Avnet’s major Network and Security vendors include Juniper Networks, RSA, Check Point and Aladdin.
Monday, August 23rd, 2010
We have just released an auto update for the Vantage range of applications. This update includes support for the Juniper SA series and Microsoft Forefront Protection for Exchange 2010.
Here’s the full list of changes:
- New: Juniper SA Series. Vantage can import and report on web traffic and VPN connections.
- New: Microsoft Forefront Protection for Exchange 2010 format.
- New: Avencis SSOx.
- Improved: IronPort WSA: Department and Message fields were sometimes returned as null. Fixed.
- Improved: Microsoft FTMG: Removed usage of deprecated “FilterInfo” field from W3C Web format.
- Improved: Microsoft IAS Radius: Added support for Source/Destination IP and port (field code 5000).
Wednesday, August 18th, 2010
Event logs have been a feature of the MS Operating System (Windows) since the original release of Windows NT in1993. Designed to provide an audit trail of system use, event logging records the actions that occur within the system, such as users logging in, failure of a component to start, or an attempt to print a document.
Event Log Management
Every event that occurs across a network can be recorded in an event log file. The list of events that are recorded by default can be modified to reflect the needs of the organizations system. Information stored in event log files is extremely useful to organizations as it provides real-time indications of network incidents as well as an audit trail of user activity. However extracting useful information can be challenging as it is very difficult to manage and filter the vast amount of data generated.