Monthly Archives: April 2014

Critical Java Update

If you are running Java (more on that in a moment), you must install the latest update: Oracle informs us that at least four of the 37 security holes plugged in this release earned a Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) rating of 10.0 — the most severe possible. Vulnerabilities with a 10.0 CVSS score are Continue Reading...
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Heartbleed – What to do and what not to do

HeartBleed What is it? Heartbleed is the name that has been given to an extremely dangerous vulnerability in OpenSSL. OpenSSL is a protocol used on about two-thirds of the world’s websites including the FBI’s site, probably your bank’s website and your internet service providers servers. There has been vulnerability in this protocol for the last Continue Reading...
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