Monthly Archives: April 2014

Another IE Flaw Discovered

Here we go again.  This time the Department of Homeland Security has announced that another security flaw has been discovered in IE.  This flaw affects IE versions 6 through 11, and specifically in how Adobe Flash is launched within Internet … Continue reading

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Update 2 on the Heartbleed Bug

As additional time has passed since the Heartbleed bug has been discovered, it’s become apparent that some hardware and mobile operating systems are also affected by this OpenSSL bug.  Some firewalls, routers, and managed network switches are at risk too, … Continue reading

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Update on Heartbleed OpenSSL Bug

It’s been five days since news of the Heartbleed SSL bug was announced.  This is a bug in some versions of the OpenSSL secure certificate software layer that some secure websites use, including email sites, banks, credit unions, shopping sites, … Continue reading

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Heartbleed SSL Warning

Early this week the OpenSSL project announced a security flaw in their OpenSSL codebase.  Anyone who uses secure websites for banking, email, and shopping should be concerned about this, and should assume that their information has been compromised.  TechSpot has … Continue reading

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Last WinXP Update; Win8.1 Update 1 Arrives

True to their word, Microsoft has not relented, and has officially stopped updating Windows XP.  Today was the last update; there will be no more.  If you must use Windows XP moving forward, make sure you follow my tips for … Continue reading

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