Microsoft points to October end-of-support for older Office apps accessing 365 services

Microsoft recently reminded customers that starting Oct. 13 the company will not support older versions of Office applications connecting to Office 365 and Microsoft 365 services. [ Related: Microsoft makes ‘major-minor’ Windows 10 release cadence the new normal ] In a support document dated July 20, Microsoft listed the applications that will be “supported for connecting […] more…

Vulnerabilities Digest: July 2020

Relevant Plugins and Vulnerabilities: Plugin Vulnerability Patched Version Installs Asset CleanUp: Page Speed Authenticated XSS 1.4.6.7 80000 Quiz And Survey Master Authenticated Stored XSS 7.0.0 30000 Comments – wpDiscuz 7.0.0 – Arbitrary File Upload 7.0.5 70000 Real Estate 7 Reflected XSS 3.0.4 8000 CarePlus Reflected XSS — 5000 WooCommerce Subscriptions Unauthenticated Stored XSS 2.6.3 10000 […] more…

Vulnerabilities Digest: July 2020

Relevant Plugins and Vulnerabilities: Plugin Vulnerability Patched Version Installs Asset CleanUp: Page Speed Authenticated XSS 1.4.6.7 80000 Quiz And Survey Master Authenticated Stored XSS 7.0.0 30000 Comments – wpDiscuz 7.0.0 – Arbitrary File Upload 7.0.5 70000 Real Estate 7 Reflected XSS 3.0.4 8000 CarePlus Reflected XSS — 5000 WooCommerce Subscriptions Unauthenticated Stored XSS 2.6.3 10000 […] more…

BlackBerry Releases Open Source Reverse Engineering Tool

BlackBerry on Monday announced a new open source tool to help security teams reverse engineer malware.  read more more…

BlackBerry Releases Open Source Reverse Engineering Tool

BlackBerry on Monday announced a new open source tool to help security teams reverse engineer malware.  read more more…

BlackBerry Releases Open Source Reverse Engineering Tool

BlackBerry on Monday announced a new open source tool to help security teams reverse engineer malware.  read more more…

BlackBerry Releases Open Source Reverse Engineering Tool

BlackBerry on Monday announced a new open source tool to help security teams reverse engineer malware.  read more more…

Ransomware Feared as Possible Saboteur for November Election

Federal authorities say one of the gravest threats to the November election is a well-timed ransomware attack that could paralyze voting operations. The threat isn’t just from foreign governments, but any fortune-seeking criminal. read more more…

Ransomware Feared as Possible Saboteur for November Election

Federal authorities say one of the gravest threats to the November election is a well-timed ransomware attack that could paralyze voting operations. The threat isn’t just from foreign governments, but any fortune-seeking criminal. read more more…

Ransomware Feared as Possible Saboteur for November Election

Federal authorities say one of the gravest threats to the November election is a well-timed ransomware attack that could paralyze voting operations. The threat isn’t just from foreign governments, but any fortune-seeking criminal. read more more…

Ransomware Feared as Possible Saboteur for November Election

Federal authorities say one of the gravest threats to the November election is a well-timed ransomware attack that could paralyze voting operations. The threat isn’t just from foreign governments, but any fortune-seeking criminal. read more more…

Special Delivery: Criminals Posing as Amazon Are Out to Steal User’s Data

One of the joys of online shopping is instant gratification – your purchases arrive on your doorstep in just a few days! Unfortunately, consumers aren’t the only ones taking advantage of this convenience – hackers are also using it to trick users into handing over money or data. Recently, AARP recounted several scams where cybercriminals posed as Amazon’s customer […] more…

Windows by the numbers: Windows 10, Windows 7 pause their ups and downs

Windows 10 took a breather in July, perhaps celebrating its fifth birthday with a little too much adult beverage and – although the share data was deceptive – essentially remained flat for the month. According to California analytics company Net Applications, Windows 10 purportedly grew by four-tenths of a percentage points to reach 59.4% of […] more…

Windows by the numbers: Windows 10, Windows 7 pause their ups and downs

Windows 10 took a breather in July, perhaps celebrating its fifth birthday with a little too much adult beverage and – although the share data was deceptive – essentially remained flat for the month. According to California analytics company Net Applications, Windows 10 purportedly grew by four-tenths of a percentage points to reach 59.4% of […] more…

The Digital Ship is Full of Leaks. But There Are Ways to Keep it Afloat.

Years ago, while anchoring the CBS Evening News during an on-air mishap, Dan Rather made an offhand remark, observing that “To err is human.  But to really screw up, you need a computer.”  read more more…

The Digital Ship is Full of Leaks. But There Are Ways to Keep it Afloat.

Years ago, while anchoring the CBS Evening News during an on-air mishap, Dan Rather made an offhand remark, observing that “To err is human.  But to really screw up, you need a computer.”  read more more…

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