Looking to buy F-Secure products in Belgium?
Since 1994, DataRescue distributes the full line of F-Secure programs in Belgium and Luxembourg. DataRescue works with local resellers and has served large governmental and corporate customers for 19 years. We focuse on professional users in Belgium and Luxembourg and offer a competitive discount scheme to resellers interested in promoting F-Secure solutions and corporate suites to their customers.
Technical Support Contact
F-Secure Technical Support Belgium
Map of F-Secure Resellers in Belgium and Luxembourg.
As an End-User, please contact Delphine Dermont to be redirected to the nearest reseller in Belgium or Luxembourg.
Latest Product News
F-Secure & Windows 8
As usual, F-Secure Products will be available at the release of Microsoft's new operating system. Visit the F-Secure web site for more details.
F-Secure rated best by AV-TEST
Once again F-Secure has been rated best protection by the independent AV-TEST organization.
See the results here AV-Test
F-Secure Policy Manager 10.01 available
The Policy Manager has been updated. This version fixes a potential database corruption in policy domains that aren't regularly maintained. The "delete" button is back! We recommend that all customers apply this update.
Get it here: F-Secure Webclub
F-Secure Client Security 9.31 available
Introduction of Device Control – this feature allows you to disable and enable hardware devices on client computers (a single device or a class or subclass of devices) from Policy Manager Console.
Get it here: F-Secure Webclub
Interesting Virus Information
Red October Malware
A fascinating analysis of the "Red October" malware by Kaspersky Labs.
A bad year for Security tokens.
If you are using security tokens for critical applications, you might want to read this interesting summary of a recent attack against them.
"Flame" cyberwarfare virus note. here
Security Researchers expose vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure
Programmable logic controllers aren't immune to the poor IT Security programming practices that have plagued the personal computer environment. The problem is that those devices control power plants, refineries and other critical industrial plants. Read more about this on wired.
April 2009 - The Conficker/Downadup/Kiddo Saga
Unless you have spent the first three months of 2009 on a deserted island, you haven't been able to escape the Conficker/Downadup/Kiddo media hysteria. F-Secure users have been protected against the A variant since late November 2008 and new variants have been added to the detection DBs on an ongoing basis. If you keep your Microsoft OS and your Anti-Virus software updated, you are not at risk.
The best technical information about this virus can be found on the SRI Website A spectacular, but somewhat useless, mashup of infected sites and Google Earth data can be seen here. A more interesting map has been produced by the Conficker Working Group. It should be noted, however, than in the cases of very widespread infections, those maps aren't too interesting because they essentially correspond to a map of ISPs.
|©2012 DataRescue SA/NV - 40 Blvd Piercot - 4000 Liege - Belgium - T +32-4-3446510 - F +32-4-3446514|