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Microsoft IE Zero-Day Vulnerablity announced

Microsoft IE Zero-Day Vulnerablity announced

Microsoft has announced that there is a new unpatched security vulnerability that affects multiple versions of Internet Explorer (version 6 to 11).  Microsoft issued the security advisory 2963983 on April 26th.  The flaw is know as CVE-2014-1776. The flaw would allow remote code execution for anyone using Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. “The vulnerability is a remote code execution vulnerability. The vulnerability exists in...

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Adobe Flash exploit – Patch released

Adobe Flash exploit – Patch released

Adobe Systems has released a patch for their Adobe Flash product after finding that the current software is vulnerable to an attack that was implemented earlier this month.  The attacks were discovered by security researchers from Kaspersky Lab.  The exploit was launched from a website setup by the Syrian Ministry of Justice to receive complaints about law violations.  There is no evidence as to who is behind the attack as of yet, however...

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HeartBleed Security flaw

HeartBleed Security flaw

I am sure everyone has heard of the Heart Bleed security flaw that is affecting systems that use Open SSL.  Many may be wondering what the best course of action is at this time. Many may make the knee-jerk reaction to run out and change all their passwords right away.  While it is something that is going to be needed soon, it will not do much good until that site has patched the problem of the flaw, as if the flaw is still in place your...

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