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Oracle Releases Java 7 Update 11 to Address Major Security Vulnerabilities

Oracle has released Java 7 Update 11 to fix major vulnerabilities!   Java SE 7 Update 11 Released By Tori Wieldt on Jan 13, 2013 Oracle has released Java SE 7 Update 11, containing important security fixes. See Oracle Security Alert CVE-2013-0422 to learn more. Oracle strongly recommends that all Java SE 7 users upgrade[...]

Department of Homeland Security advises immediate disabling of Java due to critical security vulnerability!

The US Department of Homeland Security has issued a Security Vulnerability alert in relation to Java 7. This is a confirmed alert and at this time we are recommending that everyone simply uninstall Java from their systems immediately. At this time, there is no known fix, although Java says will[...]

Yahoo Mail finally enables HTTPS

Security is one of a persons top concerns when it comes to surfing the web today. Facebook, Gmail, Hotmail and many other sites offer a HTTPS, SSL/TLS, Secure connections when using their sites. While the HTTPS does not guard against all attacks, it is a huge step forward, especially when you are[...]

The Busy Computer Seasons: a Virus Writer’s dream!

The Busy Computer Seasons: a Virus Writer’s dream! by André Thomas In the world of computers, there are two primary busy seasons – the holiday shopping season of November and December as well as Tax Time, though not in the ways you might expect. Viruses, malware and spyware have an ebb[...]

Clean, Non-Infected Website…

Having a Clean, non-infected website for customers is vital for any business — and especially for a Computer Repair Business! The Holiday Season is the #1 time that Viruses are spread because they are attempting to get your CC#s… and the worst part is, you might not find out for[...]

avast! Anti-Virus detects *New* Microsoft IE Zero-Day Attack

avast! Antivirus is able to detect the *New* Microsoft IE Zero-Day Attack. Here is an excerpt from their blog: “It was brought to our attention by this thorough Eric Romang article that a new zero-day exploit (an exploit actively used by cybercriminals in the wild) targets a bug in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE)[...]

When Anti-Viruses Go Bad

When Anti-Viruses Go Bad What happens when your anti-virus turns on you? The simple answer is your computer stops working. This was made evident in a recent update to Avira (ironically only affecting the paid versions of the program and apparently only in 32-bit environments). After the update, the AntiVirProActiv[...]

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