A few items of interest
Sorry for the absence, folks. Here is a brief list of the latest interesting items I think worthy of your attention.
“Adobe patched two critical security flaws in Flash Player, both of which were under active attack. If you don’t have automatic updates enabled, you need to download the latest version and install it immediately.” Read more..
“While we talk a lot about the dangers of digital intrusion, some security experts and governments are becoming increasingly concerned about electromagnetic sniffing, where information is lifted as it moves through electronics by a nearby observer.” Read more..
“On Tuesday, Microsoft released 12 bulletins for 57 vulnerabilities, including patches that addressed five critical flaws that could allow an attacker to remotely execute malicious code against users.” Read more..
“Hackers have breached the security company Bit9 and accessed its code-signing certificates, enabling intruders to digitally sign malware to appear as legitimate files, the vendor announced Friday.” Read more..
“We’re all adults here, right? Okay, maybe not, so I’ll try to keep this all as PG-13 as possible. Truth is, some grown-ups have certain adult needs, and those adult needs are frequently satisfied by two things..” Read more..
* There was an interesting question posted on one of my articles recently.. If you have two minutes, you might want to read the thread.
“To some, bring your own device (BYOD) and the consumerization of IT has arrived and is already presenting a few challenges. Beyond the security and connectivity to work data – how do you manage to remain productive when you’re using your own devices at your place of business?” View slideshow
Okay. Out of time. Yes, the Internet’s a marvelous thing, isn’t it?
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