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June, 2006:

Infoblox Expands Worldwide Presence and Completes Move to New Headquarters

Infoblox Expands Worldwide Presence and Completes Move to New Headquarters

Infoblox Inc., a developer of essential infrastructure for identity-driven networks (IDNs), today announced completion of its move to a new North American headquarters building in Santa Clara, Calif.

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Proof of Concept Code Published Affecting the Remote Access Connection Manager Service – 6/23/2006

Microsoft Security Advisory (921923): Proof of Concept Code Published Affecting the Remote Access Connection Manager Service – 6/23/2006

Revision Note: Advisory Summary:Security Advisory

URL: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/advisory/921923.mspx

Infoblox Introduces New Appliances and Major Software Enhancements for Next-Generation DNS, DHCP and IPAM Solution

Infoblox Introduces New Appliances and Major Software Enhancements for Next-Generation DNS, DHCP and IPAM Solution

Infoblox Inc., a developer of essential infrastructure for identity-driven networks (IDNs), today announced availability of a new, next-generation solution that enables distributed delivery of network identity services – including DNS, DHCP, IPAM, RADIUS, and TFTP – with the nonstop availability and real-time service management required for today’s 24×7, advanced IP networks and applications.

URL: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/InfobloxNewsFeed/~3/XSuOl9ZBU2o/release.cfm

Update to Improve Kernel Patch Protection – 6/13/2006

Microsoft Security Advisory (914784): Update to Improve Kernel Patch Protection – 6/13/2006

Revision Note: Advisory published. Advisory Summary:An update is available for Kernel patch protection included with Windows Server 2003 SP1 and later versions of Windows for x64-based systems. Kernel patch protection protects code and critical structures in the Windows kernel from modification by unknown code or data. This update adds additional checks to this protection for increased reliabilty, performance, and security. For more information about this release, see Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 914784.

URL: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/advisory/914784.mspx

Non-Security Update for Internet Explorer – 6/13/2006

Microsoft Security Advisory (912945): Non-Security Update for Internet Explorer – 6/13/2006

Revision Note: Advisory updated to advise of the release of Microsoft Security Bulletin MS06-021. Advisory Summary:Microsoft Security Bulletin MS06-021 has been released and replaces Microsoft Security Bulletin MS06-013. The Compatibility Patch discussed in Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 917425 is also replaced by this security update. The changes to the way Internet Explorer handles ActiveX controls is made permanent by the updates included with Microsoft Security Bulletin MS06-021. Microsoft originally released this security advisory discussing non-security update 912945 for Internet Explorer on February 28, 2006. This non-security update includes minor changes to how Internet Explorer handles some Web pages that use ActiveX controls and is being distributed to customers in phases. On Jan 9, 2006, Microsoft released this non-security update for Internet Explorer 6 for Windows XP Service Pack 2 to MSDN subscribers. On Feb 9, 2006 the same update became publicly available on MSDN. On February 28th it was distributed as a recommended update on Windows Update for Windows XP Service Pack 2 and for Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1. For the final phase of distribution, this non-security update is included in Microsoft Security Bulletin MS06-013, released on April 11, 2006. This security update replaces non-security update 912945 for Internet Explorer. For more information about this non-security update for Internet Explorer, see Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 912945. Although most Internet sites have already prepared for the changes in the way that Internet Explorer handles some ActiveX controls, some enterprise customers have given feedback that more time is needed to ensure that corporate line-of-business applications are compatible with this change to Internet Explorer. Compatibility Patch íV To help enterprise customers who need more time to prepare for the ActiveX update changes discussed in Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 912945 and included in Microsoft Security Bulletin MS06-013, Microsoft is releasing a Compatibility Patch on April 11, 2006. As soon as it is deployed,

URL: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/advisory/912945.mspx

Vulnerability in Word Could Allow Remote Code Execution – 6/13/2006

Microsoft Security Advisory (919637): Vulnerability in Word Could Allow Remote Code Execution – 6/13/2006

Revision Note: Advisory updated to reference released security bulletin. Advisory Summary:Microsoft has completed the investigation into a public report of a vulnerability. We have issued a security bulletin to address this issue. For more information about this issue, including download links for an available security update, please review the security bulletin.

URL: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/advisory/919637.mspx

n3k Informatik Limited to Resell Infoblox Solutions in UK

n3k Informatik Limited to Resell Infoblox Solutions in UK

n3k Informatik, a leading integrator of networking products and services to blue chip corporate clients, announced today that it will resell network identity appliances and solutions manufactured by Infoblox Inc., a developer of essential infrastructure for identity-driven networks (IDNs).

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Queensland University of Technology in Australia Makes the Grade with Infoblox Network Identity Appliances

Queensland University of Technology in Australia Makes the Grade with Infoblox Network Identity Appliances

Infoblox Inc., a developer of essential infrastructure for identity-driven networks (IDNs), today announced that Queensland University of Technology (QUT), one of Australia’s premier learning and research institutions, has selected and deployed Infoblox network identity appliances.

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