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Intrusion.com’s Security Analyst Audits Windows Networks

Intrusion.com Inc. announced its SecurityAnalyst 5.0, a member of the Kane security series, which enables organizations to analyze Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT/2000 and Novell network security risks from a single console.

SecurityAnalyst 5.0 is a major upgrade. It features a GUI and additional alert methods that simplify and speed up the audit process. Other features include inter-domain audit comparison; the analyst run-time optimizer (ARTO), multi-threaded auditing; new analyst tools; additional network tools; new alert notification methods, including SMTP, MAPI, or SNMP; and an enhanced password checker tool.

Contact Intrusion.com, www.intrusion.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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