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HP beefs up enterprise security suite with tools to root out malware, app vulnerabilites

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    Hewlett-Packard has devised two new ways of securing enterprise systems in the endless war on malicious network attackers.

    One service inspects the Internet addresses being requested by employees for malicious links and the other service learns how an organization's coders write their programs.

    The two new releases aim to "protect the interactions among your most valuable assets: your users, your applications and your data," said Frank Mong, HP vice president of solutions. The company announced the new software at the HP Protect security conference, held this week near Washington.

    HP DNS Malware Analytics (DMA) monitors outbound DNS (Domain Name System) requests to ensure employee browsers aren't contacting rogue or malware Web sites. A DNS server provides specific numeric Internet addresses to end-user computers requesting Web sites by their domain names.

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