Networking
Sangoma delivers faxing to soft PBX users with T1/E1 lines
Sangoma Technologies Corp. has created a solution to support fax over PC-based T1/E1 digital phone systems.

Sangoma’s fax solution is software agnostic and works with any operating system or application, including Asterisk, FreeSwitch, CallWeaver, OPAL and Yate. All T1/E1 cards with hardware echo cancellation shipping after June 1, 2007 will have synchronous fax support enabled. This solution also solves similar issues with modem transmission.

Security

Third Brigade combines host intrusion detection and prevention with security information management

Third Brigade announced a technology alliance with Q1 Labs, in which Third Brigade’s product will be integrated with QRadar.

The Q1Labs network security management platform ties together log management/security information management (SIEM) and Network Behavior Analysis (NBA), as well dynamic features like identity tracking, to provide security threat and compliance monitoring to customers.

Third Brigade’s network security approaches, including firewall and intrusion detection and prevention, down to individual computers and devices, shields vulnerabilities in the widest variety of Windows, Linux, Solaris and other Unix operating systems, as well as enterprise and web applications, from both known exploits as well as zero-day attacks.

Intelore recovers passwords for Microsoft Office documents

Intelore announces the release of Office Password Recovery v.2.0. This release adds an ability to recover lost or forgotten passwords in Microsoft Office documents.

Documents that are protected with a password to open, and saved in MS Office 97 or 2000 format, can be unlocked without the need to send entire documents to the password recovery servers. Office Password Recovery only sends the document’s encryption parameters that are essential for recovering the password. No documents and no private data leave the corporate premises. Everything is decrypted entirely on the computer, thus ensuring maximum privacy and security of your sensitive information. Even if your company uses Microsoft Office (such as 2002, XP, or 2003) you will still be able to recover passwords if the documents are saved in Office 97/2000 compatibility mode, in which case all password-protected documents are saved by default in these versions of Office applications.

Instant password recovery is also available for other types of passwords, such as modification or general access protection, and for documents saved by many products of Microsoft Office suite, including Microsoft Access, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Outlook.

Office Password Recovery is available as a free evaluation download at our company Web site. A licence for non-commercial use is available for $79, while a business or commercial use licence is $129.

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