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ISS System Scanner to Support W2K

Internet Security Systems will support Windows 2000 beginning with its System Scanner 4.0 for Windows 2000 Professional and Windows 2000 Server.

System Scanner 4.0 helps administrators properly manage and utilize the new security features in Windows 2000. It includes new security risk detection capabilities, or vulnerability checks, specifically focused on the configuration of Windows 2000 environments. Users will gain access to updates security risk detection capabilities through downloadable updates.

ISS' Savant Security Service will provide additional security expertise and support for System Scanner 4.0.

Contact ISS, (888) 901-7477, www.iss.net.

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