RYE BROOK, N.Y. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - Oct. 25, 2005 - "Pay attention
when clicking on a link in an email that may look legitimate (i.e.
from your bank, credit card or a shopping portal you frequent) asking
for you to log in and update or otherwise validate information on
your account. In some cases you may notice you are just looking at
a picture of an authentic page, but no matter where you click on the
email you are redirected to a different URL. "These are among
the insights and observations regarding phishing, spyware and other
network security threats discussed by Manny Novoa, security strategist
at HP (NYSE: HPQ), on www.SecurityStockWatch.com . The entire interview
is available at:
Mr. Yanki Margalit, Chairman and CEO of Aladdin Knowledge Systems,
Ltd. (NASDAQ: ALDN) also provides a column this week on SecurityStockWatch.com.
Titled, "The Problem with Passwords," the column features
important insights: "One method of password cracking is called
a "brute force" or "dictionary" attack. In this
type of attack, a computer runs all possible password combinations
until it finds one that matches the password's "hash," or
the signature into which it has been encoded and encrypted."
Mr. Margalit's entire column is available at:
www.securitystockwatch.com and includes several recommendations
for increasing security while also decreasing password management
Coming soon to SecurityStockWatch.com is information about
a new service for security investors. Mr. Michael Soni, President
of Cronus Capital Markets ( www.CCMSectorInvest.com ), said, "Regardless
of broad market direction there are always sector-based opportunities.
CCM identifies those sectors and provides to investors the best stock
picks such that they are always invested in the leading companies.
CCM SectorPortfolio subscription-based products with Richard Suttmeier,
of TheStreet.com, covers Alternative Energy, Biometrics, Homeland
Security, Nanotechnology, and RFID."
Also available on www.SecurityStockWatch.com are these October 2005
reports: - Security Stock "100" Research Report(C) - analysis
of the 100 security companies which presently comprise the SecurityStockWatch.com
- The Investment Guide To Security Stocks(C)- analysis of 350+ security
- Alternative Energy Stock Research Report(C) - analysis of 80+ companies:
www.securitystockwatch.com Oil prices are heading higher...which
energy companies will benefit?
- Water Stock Research Report(C) - analysis of 70+ companies:
www.securitystockwatch.com Demand for water is growing faster
growth. These water companies may benefit.
SecurityStockWatch.com Deborah Gilbert, 914-690-9351 Deborah@SecurityStockWatch.com