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June Security Updates

Posted on by beltzer

Microsoft Microsoft recently released security updates for Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Windows, Silverlight, Skype for Business, and Adobe Flash Player. For more information about these updates, see the Microsoft Security Update Guide at portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/security-guidance. Cisco Cisco recently released a security update … Continue reading

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April Security Updates

Posted on by mechling

Microsoft Microsoft recently released security updates for Internet Explorer, Edge, Windows, Office, Office Services and Web Apps, Visual Studio for Mac, .NET Framework, Silverlight, and Adobe Flash Player. For more information about these updates, see the Microsoft Security Update Guide at https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/security-guidance. … Continue reading

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Microsoft to End Support for Windows Vista

Posted on by beltzer

Microsoft will end all support for the decade-old Windows Vista operating system on April 11, 2017. Once support ends, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid support, and online technical content updates for Vista. Continue reading

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March Security Updates

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Microsoft Microsoft recently released nine critical updates for Windows, Office, Internet Explorer, Edge, and more. These updates correct vulnerabilities that could lead to remote code execution and allow malicious users to bypass Windows security features. Microsoft also released nine additional … Continue reading

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Recent Security Updates (September 2016)

Posted on by mechling

Microsoft Microsoft released seven critical security updates for Windows, Internet Explorer, Edge, Office, Office Services and Web Apps, and Exchange. These updates address vulnerabilities that could lead to remote code execution. Microsoft released seven additional updates, which it classified as important, for Windows. … Continue reading

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Apple Includes “Important Security Update” in iOS 9.3.5

Posted on by mechling

Apple released an important security update with iOS 9.3.5, which fixes three zero-day vulnerabilities in the iOS system. (Zero-day vulnerabilities are those that exploit previously unknown vulnerabilities and for which there is no available patch.) A hacker could use these vulnerabilities, … Continue reading

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Recent Security Updates

Posted on by mechling

Microsoft Microsoft released five critical security updates for Windows, Internet Explorer, Edge, Office, and Communications Platforms and Software. These updates address vulnerabilities that could lead to remote code execution. Microsoft released four additional updates, which it classified as important, for Windows. … Continue reading

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Google Patches Severe Security Vulnerabilities for Android

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In the July 2016 security bulletin, Google has released patches for Android to protect users against numerous security vulnerabilities. The most severe security weakness is a critical flaw in Mediaserver, which could enable hackers to access an Android device through … Continue reading

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Critical Vulnerabilities in Symantec and Norton Security Products

Posted on by mechling

The Google security analyst team Project Zero recently uncovered critical security vulnerabilities in Symantec and Norton antivirus software. The Project Zero team called these vulnerabilities “as bad as it gets,” explaining that the flaws can corrupt computers without any action on the user’s part. … Continue reading

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Google Prompt: Simple Two-Factor Authentication for Google Apps

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With the release of prompt, Google has streamlined two-factor authentication for Google accounts. Two-factor authentication strengthens the security of your account by asking you to confirm your identity using your mobile phone when you log in. This extra layer of security makes it … Continue reading

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