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- Microsoft; Workaround could allow XP users to get updates until 2019 but there are risks - This workaround hack to the XP Registry will trick Windows Update into thinking that your XP is a Windows Embedded POSReady 2009. POS stands for Point of Sale. Microsoft will support Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 until 2019 but Microsoft strongly urges you not to use these updates as they are not tested against Windows XP. […]
- Heartbleed; Millions of Passwords, Credit Card Numbers, and Personal Bits of Information Exposed over 2/3 of Internet Sites - The recently discovered threat known as “Heartbleed”, has been leaving personal information shared over seemingly secure websites vulnerable for the last two years. The encryption technology SSL/TLS, marked by the padlock and “https:” has only one variant affected, which is the most commonly used OpenSSL. While there is now a way to close the security […]
- iOS, OS X Flaw and Fix - Flaw leaves user data vulnerable; update ASAP An IOS coding error allows communications sent over unsecure Wi-fi networks to be potentially intercepted and read by hackers. Apple has released a patch for the Iphone, but the flaw was then found to also affect OS X, which Apple will shortly be releasing a patch for. Chrome […]
- Microsoft Releases Critical Security Updates for all versions of Internet Explorer running on all of their supported Operating Systems! - This security update resolves seven privately reported vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer. The most severe vulnerabilities could allow remote code execution if a user views a specially crafted webpage using Internet Explorer. In other words, all you need to do to fall victim is click a link or picture on a friends Facebook feed or enticing […]