Today story can be said is the most astonishing and remarkable but ultimately foolish way you will ever heard of saving money on IT. A hint before you go on – it involves millions of dollars and a $10 router.
If you are still using QuickTime on your Windows, it is recommended you uninstalled them and switch to another player as soon as you can. Even the US government has issued a warning for all users to uninstall it from their Windows based computer.
An exploit for a recently patched Adobe Flash Player vulnerability has been added to the Angler exploit kit and it has been used by cybercriminals to deliver the file-encrypting ransomware known as TeslaCrypt.
The French security researcher who uses the online moniker “Kafeine” reported last week that an exploit for a Flash Player heap buffer overflow vulnerability (CVE-2015-8446) patched by Adobe on December 8 had been added to Angler. This flaw, reported by an anonymous researcher via the Zero Day Initiative (ZDI), was one of the 77 security issues resolved by Adobe with the release of Flash Player 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124.
Computer system is so critical to any business operations nowadays that if it is not handled properly, it can even shut down an entire Paris airport!
Apparently this is not a hoax or joke – an airport in 2015 shutting down because of a computer system. It is real and not that funny for the thousands of passengers who are left without their flight and similar problems are hiding in your company
A critical patch released last week by Windows is causing Outlook to keep crashing, restarting over and over again. This patch was supposed to fix a flaw in the way Windows handles fonts, but has had some unexpected side effects for some Outlook users. Just a few weeks ago, we spoken about the weird Windows patch that was creating confusion world wide, and now it seem they have another problem with their update codes again.
With 1 month to go, we are fast reaching 14 July, the deadline Microsoft has set for End Of Life for Windows Server 2003. Despite Microsoft warning about EOL for Windows Server 2003 as early as April 2013, many organisations are yet to begin their migration away from the server platform. For a product’s EOL, Microsoft is no longer going to support or update it anymore. But really what does this mean for SMEs and business owners?
Since the new of the hack is released, it seem the situation has worsen for Sony as each day goes by. From leakage of scripts, celebrities’ confidential information to virus that wipe out data from the network, just how much worse can it get? While there are 7 outrageous things you can learn from the leak, there are several lessons businesses can take away from this big event.
Microsoft has disclosed a potentially catastrophic vulnerability in virtually all versions of Windows. People operating Windows systems, particularly those who run websites, should immediately install a Microsoft Windows patch released Tuesday morning.
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