Posts Tagged ‘security vulnerability’

 

When Trusted Programs get Hacked: An Attacker May Be Putting Germs on Your Toothbrush

It is like someone borrowing your toothbrush without you knowing, and you get sick from their germs. Think of programs on computers as being something that can be used to make you sick. As 2018 continues, more attackers will use trusted software as a vector to infect networks. Continue reading ‘When Trusted Programs get Hacked: An Attacker May Be Putting Germs on Your Toothbrush’


Patching Nightmare – Please Forward to Your IT Pros

Intel says, again, to stop deploying patches. Java and other new patches need handling. Continue reading ‘Patching Nightmare – Please Forward to Your IT Pros’


Three Serious Trends to Watch Out for in Cyber Security

First, are your servers backed up to the cloud? The use of online backup will continue to grow. Organizations are finding out, sometimes the hard way, Continue reading ‘Three Serious Trends to Watch Out for in Cyber Security’


Major Flaw in Computer Processors Affects Security

A security vulnerability, that has existed for 10 years, has only recently been discovered. Continue reading ‘Major Flaw in Computer Processors Affects Security’