Wednesday, July 7, 2010

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Friday, December 5, 2008

Getting Approved with Bad Credit @ Pierre Money Mart

All of us have a dream of owning a latest model car. It is not an impossible task now. Online loans auto allow everyone to buy a car at considerable rate of interest. Some people may experience financial difficulties in their life.

So where do you go for a car loan knowing that you have a dent on your credit history?

Pierre Money Mart is one of the world's largest and leading auto financiers who can finance just about anybody even with bad credit. Bad credit auto loans is their specialty.

You can fill the online car loan application easily and get the car loan without stepping out of your home. The personal and financial information provide by you will be safeguarded by the online auto loan service providers with the help of secure SSL. Simply enter your zip code, address, and employment information, and within seconds, you’ll be presented with a loan offer.

They charge you for a maximum of 18% of your gross monthly income for your vehicle payment with limited term, they are also going to check on your social security number, your current bank account and your complete credit applications with five references.

They are having the largest selection of new and used cars which includes Acura, Audi, BMW, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Daewoo, Daihatsu, Daimler, DaimlerChrysler, Dodge, Eagle, Fiat, Ford, General Motors, Geo, GMC, Honda, Hummer, Hyundai, Infiniti, Isuzu, Jaguar, Jeep, Kia, Land Rover, Lexus, Lincoln, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Mercury, MG, Mini, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Oldsmobile, Opel, Peugeot, Plymouth, Pontiac, Porsche, Renault, Rover, Saab, Saturn, Scion, Subaru, Suzuki, Toyota, Triumph, TVR, UAZ, Vespa, Volkswagen, and Volvo to choose from.

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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

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Tuesday, May 27, 2008

A Look At Live OneCare Vs ZoneAlarm

Microsoft last month announced a new offering was going into beta, code-named "Albany," that wrapped a number of pieces of software and service into a single bundle -- with the company's Live OneCare security offering a key component. While the software giant is aiming Albany at the consumer space, executives have suggested it could be part of a broader strategy to combine software and services in one package.

Against this backdrop, the Test Center decided to take a new look at Live OneCare and how it stacked up against Check Point's ZoneAlarm product. While Live OneCare may be part of an evolving, bundle-focused, end-point security strategy for Microsoft, can a VAR provide a better solution by going outside the bundle?

If the solution is security or intrusion detection, the problem, of course, is malware.

Though not as glamorous, malware tends to not originate from a single, directed attack by some cyber-criminal intent on wreaking havoc on your customer's systems. Rather, most malware comes from inadvertent misclicks from unknowing users who may have opened infected email attachments, fallen victim to a "drive-by-download" Website, or who may have simply clicked a pop-up ad promising a free iPod.

This means a well-guarded network is not just protected at the gateway, but at the endpoints -- namely the desktops. There's a slew of anti-malware software available for desktop protection. The Test Center took a head-to-look at two: Microsoft's Live OneCare and Check Point's ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite.

A couple of reasons why these particular applications were pitted against each other: they both target the small/home business crowd (each suite reviewed supports up to 3 PCs), and each sells for the same $49.95.

Testing of each was done on twin HP boxes both installed with Windows Vista Ultimate SP1. On each machine, Windows Firewall was disabled as was Windows Defender. This was done to give a true picture as to the type of malware Live OneCare and ZoneAlarm could pick up and clean without additional software. Testers took a look at installation, configuration and malware fighting abilities of each.


There were differences noted between the two just during install. Zone Alarm installed without one hiccup, prompting for a reboot to complete. Live OneCare's install rolled along, and about mid-way through, the computer rebooted without any messages or warning. Although disconcerting, upon reboot Live OneCare was installed.


Live OneCare had an annoyance factor; to set it up, a log-on using a Windows Live account is necessary. To use this product, a Windows Live account needs to be established. As far as settings go, both applications offer pretty much the same configurable features; anti-virus, anti-spyware and firewall. There are some differences as well. ZoneAlarm lives up to its name by breaking a protected network into three distinct zones: Internet: protects a PC from unknown computers; Trusted: allows sharing of resources with familiar computers; and Blocked Security: to lock out untrusted machines. In a bit of irony, Check Point product's provide protection against spam and phishing for Outlook and Outlook Express. Live OneCare does not have that capability. Live OneCare does have an integrated back up feature, a nice add-on for a very small business or home PCs, but it is limited; you can choose the type of files to back-up but cannot select specified files by location.

Malware Battle

Both products readily detected common types of spyware thrown at them; Virus Ranger, Gator, Generic Adware and other various nuisances were all detected. ZoneAlarm was a bit more adroit at preventing malware install, after reviewers ignored the warning to see if the spyware would be allowed to install. Live OneCare, readily let the installation happen but was quick to provide alerts recognizing the installed code as malicious.

Both programs fared well in Firewall security. Core Security's Core Impact was used to send a battery of exploits against both boxes. Live OneCare's firewall proved slightly more impenetrable; Core Impact was unable to pick up on the type of OS and architecture running on the machine, while the PC running ZoneAlarm gave up that info.

Live OneCare is a decent choice for home use. Microsoft makes it easy to acquire and the fact that it integrates with Windows Live, is probably more convenient for home users. Also, protection from Live OneCare is certainly better than none, and the backup utility is a plus for home users, who may not have such a strategy deployed. But a better option, especially for a small business, is Zone Alarm. The ability to add and remove network computers within zones, gives a control method for securing a small network. Also Zone Alarm has a more detailed alert and reporting system; something a business user would probably need to refer to more than the average home user.

Bottom Line: Let the consumer space have a look at Albany, with Live OneCare. For VARs and professional IT security, a better starting point would be ZoneAlarm.

Saturday, May 24, 2008

Data Breach Victims File Lawsuit Against LendingTree

Online mortgage referral company LendingTree is facing a lawsuit after a security breach in which company employees allegedly allowed mortgage lenders access to customer's confidential information. Altogether, the lawsuit maintained that former company employees gained unauthorized access to sensitive information contained in its loan request forms by using old passwords.

Plaintiffs in the suit, which was filed in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, N.Y., contend that Lending Tree failed to implement adequate security measures to keep customer's information secure. The employees then used that information, which included names, addresses, phone numbers, Social Security numbers, income and other personal data, to market their own mortgage loans to customers.

The class-action lawsuit represents all LendingTree customers who submitted loan request forms to the company between Jan. 1 2006 and May 1, 2008.

The Charlotte-based company first issued a letter on April 21st warning customers that former employees had helped "a handful of mortgage lenders gain access" to personal customer data by "sharing confidential passwords with the lenders."

The company said the passwords were then used to access LendingTree's customer loan request forms "normally available only to LendingTree-approved lenders," in a scheme to "market loans to those customers," said Lending Tree.

In a subsequent letter, dated May 8, the company warned affected customers that a "handful of mortgage lenders" had accessed loan information without customer consent. The letter went on to advise affected customers to place a security freeze on their own credit file, and included specific instructions which required victims to pay a $5 fee to their respective credit bureaus.

"It's really an access governance issue," said Brian Cleary, vice president of marketing for Aveksa, a security company specializing in enterprise access governance.

"A company like LendingTree has an obligation to put the right framework and controls in place. For them not to take ownership and require people who are at risk to pay is an absolute insult to injury."

Cleary said that consequently, LendingTree could go the way of TJX, Choicepoint , and other companies that have suffered punitive consequences for high-profile data breaches. If the Federal Trade Commission becomes involved, LendingTree could be subject to mandated third party audits and inspections every other year, Cleary said.

Experts say that the lawsuit is emblematic of numerous businesses that fail to adequately monitor or control their company framework or update policies regarding passwords.

To avoid a large-scale breach, experts say that companies will be increasingly required to adopt alternate security solutions to simple passwords, such as two-factor authentication, which incorporates passwords combined with a physical device such as a token, USB stick or key fob.

"Passwords are very low quality authenticators," said Avishai Woll, CTO of AlgoSec, a security risk management solution company. "Security conscious organizations that are concerned about these things, especially banks and financial institutions, lean more toward something like two factor authentication."

The issue is also indicative of the growing insider threat that companies face. A September 2007 PWC survey revealed that an overwhelming majority, 69 percent, of respondents cited employees and former employees as the most likely source of security attacks, surpassing hackers at 41 percent.

The study reported that e-mail and abused user accounts were the primary methods for security breaches, however only 52 percent of respondents said that they their company had implemented adequate security solutions to deal with the problem.

"I think this is a wakeup call to all organizations for taking control of their framework for access governance," said Cleary. "Who wants to be the next poster child for data protection? The legal and regulatory risk and increased operating expenses are just too large to ignore."

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Chevrolet Europe

Can you thing your day without car? Well with Chevrolet Europe you will be happy to know that you will have lot of choice in cars. There are many models Aveo, Martiz, Captiva, Lacetti, Kalos, find the car that suits you best. So don't wait for a transforming car which keep transforming unwontedly. Lol. For more info visit Chevrolet Europe’s website.


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