Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Anti-virus products, security devices affected by 7-Zip flaws

Anti-virus products, security devices affected by 7-Zip flawsUsers should update their vulnerable versions ASAP.7zip
Researchers have uncovered two vulnerabilities in 7-Zip that leave various security devices and anti-virus products vulnerable to attack.
7-Zip is an open-source Windows utility that allows a user to manipulate archives



Anti-virus products, security devices affected by 7-Zip flaws

Friday, May 13, 2016

Time to trash Flash? If you're not ready for that, you must update Adobe Flash now

Time to trash Flash? If you're not ready for that, you must update Adobe Flash now


Adobe patches zero-day vulnerability being actively exploited in the wild.

Adobe issued a patch earlier today which addresses the critical zero-day vulnerability being actively exploited by online criminals.
So, will you update Flash or are you ready to ditch it entirely?

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Time to trash Flash? If you're not ready for that, you must update Adobe Flash now

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

This Is, By Far, The Most Exciting a Reading Room Can Possibly Be - Commercial Integrator





When you think of a reading room, you generally think, “Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!”
There is nothing hushed, however, about the spectacular audio-video celebration with projection mapping at the La Trobe Reading Room of The State Library of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia.
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CryptXXX ransomware evolves, renders decryption tool useless

CryptXXX ransomware evoles, renders decryption tool useless







Upgrades made to CryptXXX ransomware over the past couple of weeks have rendered a previously available decryption tool useless.
David Bisson reports.

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CryptXXX ransomware evolves, renders decryption tool useless

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

FBI: No, you shouldn't pay ransomware extortionists

FBI: No, you shouldn’t pay ransomware extortionists





The roll call of organisations hit by ransomware attacks is depressingly long – Read more: FBI: No, you shouldn't pay ransomware extortionists

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

When Microsoft keeps on pushing ...

DES MOINES, Iowa —You never know what is going to happen on live TV.

Wednesday morning on KCCI 8 News Meteorologist Metinka Slater was giving a live update ....
     then Microsoft butted in:

Check out what ensues.

Friday, January 29, 2016

When 'Free' Windows 10 Becomes Expensive, You Should Fear This


Here is a date which should worry you: July 29th 2016. This is the dateMicrosoft MSFT +5.56% will start charging for Windows 10. Here is another date which should worry you more: July 17th, 2017. Why? Because it just made July 29th, 2016 one heck of a lot worse… 

Forbes Now: When 'Free' Windows 10 Becomes Expensive, You Should Fear This. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIwwP69lSQ