Yearly Archives: 2013

What to Do Now That Windows XP is Dead?

After 12 years and multiple operating systems coming after it, Windows XP will officially be dead to Microsoft come April of 2014. This means no new security patches or support will come to this legacy software once this date passes. This will be a huge issue for any business as without support or updates, it…
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Malware Offering Up New Tricks no Treats

Over the course of the last few weeks, we have read and seen a flurry of malware attacks that are quite scary. Two in particular are very nasty and present new ways to infect and reduce your company's productivity to a stand still. The first is a fake Microsoft Security Essentials malware product. We have…
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Why Adobe Being Hacked Should Have You Concerned

It was revealed that Adobe had a break in of its servers last Friday. As a result 2.9 million customer records were obtained that included credit card numbers and other information. However, the bigger threat looms as the thieves took the code for a number of Adobe products, including Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader. When…
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New exploits on Old Java

We have experienced a huge jump with our clients having rootkits, malware, and viruses in the past month. These are even with those businesses that have updated anti-virus definitions, and keep Windows up to date. The cause? Old versions of Java code that are exploited by malicious programmers. Java was developed as a way to…
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