Support WebCast: Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer Version 1.1

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Session Summary

The content of this session has been updated for Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer version 1.2. Please see KB article 839267 for more information.

This Support WebCast session will discuss version 1.1 of the Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer (MBSA), a tool that is used to scan Windows computers for security vulnerabilities. It will review new tool features, system requirements, and scenarios in which the tool can be used.

This is a Level 200 session that was recorded January 10, 2003, and presented by Lara Sosnosky. Lara Sosnosky joined Microsoft in October 2000 as a Program Manager on the Windows Server Security team. She has been involved in security policy and configuration of Windows servers and desktops for six years and was a network security consultant before joining Microsoft. Lara is currently a Program Manager in the Security Business Unit and has managed the development and release of the MBSA tool, which was released as part of the Strategic Technology Protection Program (STPP).

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