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Wed
11
Feb
John Lister's picture

Chinese Hackers Infect Forbes, Spy on Visitors

Chinese spies have reportedly infected the Forbes website in order to steal data from staff at defense and finance organizations. The attack is unlike most attacks on large websites, as the motive was for intelligence, rather than profit. The Forbes ... website attack reportedly took place in November 2014, with the security gap plugged by approximately three days later. To propagate the attack, hackers replaced a legitimate file on the web server used for the "Thought of the Day" feature, which appeared on every page of the Forbes website. The malicious file was then automatically ... (view more)

Mon
18
Nov
Dennis Faas's picture

'Adobe Reader 11.1.0', and 'Password Security Scanner 1.20'

Adobe Reader 11.1.0 Adobe Reader is arguably the world's most popular tool for viewing Portable Document Format (PDF) files. The fast and fluid Adobe Reader also allows you to password-protect your most important PDF documents. http://get.adobe.com ... Password Security Scanner 1.20 This tool can be used to scan your Windows-based computer for passwords stored by various applications, including Microsoft Outlook and Internet Explorer. It then displays vital information related to those passwords, including number of characters. http://www.nirsoft.net This freeware software program is brought to ... (view more)

Thu
31
Oct
Dennis Faas's picture

Adobe Data Breach Far Worse Than Initially Reported

Adobe has admitted that a recent breach of its servers was far more serious than first suspected. It's now believed that the personal information of roughly 38 million users may have been stolen. The high-profile security breach could hinder Adobe's ... plans to sell its software on a subscription basis. Earlier this month, Adobe confirmed that hackers had stolen credit card records for almost three million of its customers. It also said an unknown number of usernames and passwords had been taken. But this past weekend a website posted a file that contained more than 150 million usernames and ... (view more)

Thu
16
May
Dennis Faas's picture

'Data Crow 3.9.23', and 'Adobe Flash Player 11.7.700.197 Beta'

Data Crow 3.9.23 Data Crow is an incredibly effective media organizer. It helps you clean up your growing media collection and makes finding that one movie, TV clip, or song easier than ever before. Data Crow is completely free and is free of all ... spyware or viruses. http://www.datacrow.net Adobe Flash Player 11.7.700.197 Beta Try out the newest version of Flash Player, the multimedia tool that lets you watch video and play interactive games from your favorite browser. Adobe Flash Player 11 adds several new features, including Stage 3D, Concurrency, and advanced content protection. http://www. ... (view more)

Fri
22
Feb
Dennis Faas's picture

Adobe Flaw Could Allow Hackers to Infiltrate a PC

Adobe has issued a fix for what it is calling a top-priority security flaw. The bug could allow hackers to seize control of affected machines. The update fixes problems with Adobe Reader, the software used to open and view PDF documents. It also ... affects Adobe Acrobat, the software used to create PDF files. Although Acrobat is not as popular as Reader, many people will be running at least one of the two programs. The flaws involve memory corruption and buffer flow vulnerabilities which could allow a hacker to force a computer to crash. It's a tactic that's more likely to be targeted at ... (view more)

Mon
11
Feb
Dennis Faas's picture

Adobe: Hackers Exploiting New Flash Flaw

Adobe is insisting that Mac and Windows users immediately update its Flash Player software. The company says it has just issued a new update designed to prevent hackers from exploiting two recently-discovered bugs. Adobe Flash is a multimedia and ... software platform often used by web browsers to display video, animations, and interactive games. Exploited Flaw Results in Crash By exploiting the bugs, hackers are causing serious problems. Reports indicate that it's possible for hackers to create websites that would trigger the bug and cause a user's computer to crash. That's a problem for ... (view more)

Thu
13
Dec
Dennis Faas's picture

Microsoft: 'Critical' Internet Explorer Flaw Fixed

Microsoft has released a series of updates designed to fix several 'critical' security vulnerabilities in its software. Adobe has also released a new security patch for its Flash Player software. Both Adobe and Microsoft are urging their users to ... make sure their computers have installed these repair modules, and if not, to install them manually as soon as possible. Microsoft says most of the ten vulnerabilities addressed by this week's Patch Tuesday updates have been rated 'critical,' the firm's highest security threat level. Adobe has also rated its patch as 'critical.' Internet Explorer ... (view more)

Thu
27
Sep
Dennis Faas's picture

'MSI Afterburner 2.2.4' and 'Adobe Shockwave Player 11.6.7.637'

MSI Afterburner 2.2.4 MSI Afterburner is a Windows utility program that allows users of MSI graphics cards to easily overclock (accelerate to higher than normal speeds) their systems. Afterburner is completely free to use, and is compatible with ... most versions of MSI graphics cards. This software can also be used to display critical system information. http://msi.com Adobe Shockwave Player 11.6.7.637 Adobe Shockwave Player gives you access to dazzling 3D games and entertainment, interactive product demonstrations, and online learning applications on your Windows computer. The Shockwave Player ... (view more)

Wed
12
Sep
Dennis Faas's picture

Windows 8 Users Vulnerable to Adobe Flash Threat

After initially indicating that it would not fix an Internet Explorer 10 (IE10) security bug until Windows 8's official October, 2012 release, Microsoft now says it will provide a patch "shortly". The problem is associated with Adobe Flash, software ... that supports multimedia and interactive content for web pages. A recently discovered bug in Flash led to Adobe issuing a security update for the Flash Player. The security update addressed six individual security flaws, all rated 'critical' by Adobe. Any one of them could allow a hacker to crash a computer when trying, for example, to disrupt a ... (view more)

Mon
13
Aug
Dennis Faas's picture

Microsoft, Adobe Fix 'Critical' Security Flaws

It will be a busy week for IT administrators as Microsoft rolls out fixes for five critical vulnerabilities in its products -- including both Windows and Internet Explorer -- and as Adobe issues patches for similar flaws in its Reader and Acrobat ... programs. As part of its monthly Patch Tuesday update, Microsoft plans to release nine security bulletins on August 14, 2012. Five of those nine bulletins have been designated "critical", the Redmond, Washington-based firm's highest security rating. Windows, Internet Explorer Receive Updates Those five critical bulletins address serious ... (view more)

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