Painless patching

Tuesday, 27 September 2005, 1:01 AM EST

An emerging category of network equipment is giving network executives more time to install security patches by keeping servers safe until full-blown fixes can be tested and installed.

So far there are two approaches to the problem: software that runs on the servers being protected and an appliance that sits in front of the servers.

By Tim Greene at Network World.

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