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Apple has issued a security update to address a critical security issue with OS X's Network Time Protocol service.
The third quarter has been a busy one for the San Antonio-headquartered company. At the beginning of September, Rackspace was on the block for a joint venture or outright acquisition.
Among the measures proposed by the data security branch of GCHQ to cut risks after Windows XP support ends is a block on government workers with the OS remotely accessing the network.
Microsoft has brought together 25 cloud providers to host its services to customers around the world.
The issue is that developers will have to code their apps to work with four major versions of OS X to be compatible with the largest number of Mac users.
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Apple has updated its XProtect definitions after a new malware variant appeared, targeting Russian social network users. One security expert says the increase in OS X-specific malware is "troubling." However, the increase in Mac malware should not be overblown.
At long last, Microsoft Windows 7 has overtaken the 11-year-old Windows XP on Netmarketshare's web-based tracking network, while Mac OS X is now a percentage point ahead of Vista. There are also new numbers for mobile operating systems and browsers.
Pad MIDI turns your iPhone/iPad into WiFi MIDI pads and keyboard for Mac OSX.* Supports native Mac OS Network MIDI (Core MIDI)* 16...
Several developers say that customers running the new Mountain Lion version of Mac OS X are reporting crashes when connecting to network resources. The culprit appears to be found in Auto Proxy settings.
Changes were made in Mac OS X Lion to the library that manages Apple Filing Protocol. Unhappily for many customers, the new code breaks AFP file access and Time Machine backups on many third-party NAS (network-attached storage) boxes. Customers continue to purchase these products without a warning to Lion users.
Akamai's servers and Apple's datacenters are being hammered for OS X Lion downloads. But going forward, is it the right content distribution network for Apple?
It looks as though a dozen or so American businesses will be giving Google's new attempt at the network computer a serious trial. Taiwan-based DigiTimes reports that Inventec has "already shipped about 60,000 Chrome OS-based netbooks to Google" for the pilot programme announced yesterday (see Google: Chrome OS netbooks coming in mid 2011).
Microsoft has just announced the release of a public beta of the next version of Windows Home Server (WHS), the operating system that powers its SME and consumer network storage and backup devices, such as the HP StorageWorks X510 Data Vault we reviewed recently.Codenamed 'Vail', this new version of WHS is notable chiefly for being based on Windows Server 2008 R2 — a major upgrade from the current version, which uses Windows Server 2003 SP2 as the underlying OS.
A recent support note for Mac OS X Server advises that for compatibility admins avoid spaces and long names in the network home directory name and path.
Microsoft has released the RTM version of the upcoming OS to members of its MSDN developer network and TechNet programme for IT professionals
Apple today warned that opening or viewing image files could lead to remote code execution attacks against Mac OS X users.In an update that contains fixes for a total of 19 documented vulnerabilities, Apple said malicious hackers could rig PNG (Portable Network Graphics) and other images to take complete control of unpatched Mac systems.
Frugal Networker Ken Hess and I discuss this week's "Jackdotting" effect on content distribution networks, Google's Chrome OS, The price reduction on the Amazon Kindle 2 and talk with Jay Botelho of WildPackets, the network analysis and forensics software company.Click Here to Listen to the July 10, 2009 Frugal Friday Podcast.
I updated my iPhone 3G this morning as soon as the update became available. Everything seemed to go without a hitch and all of my content, apps, and settings appeared to transfer over just fine. However, when I tried to check email, surf the Internet, or perform anything require a data connection I received the following error pop-up, "Could not activate cellular data network: You are not subscribed to a cellular data service." The thing is, I do pay AT&T $30 per month for my wireless data service so I am indeed subscribed to a cellular data service.
A Microsoft architect is building a cloud-based product-support service he has dubbed "Azurelight." His plan is to deliver Azurelight, which builds on the Windows Azure OS, Silverlight and other Microsoft technologies, via the Microsoft Developer Network "sometime in the summer" of 2009.
Sun's Project Crossbow, now in the OpenSolaris code base, separates physical network interfaces from the OS code accessing that hardware - meaning superficially that it virtualizes networks, more substantively that OpenSolaris on AMD can now compete with Cisco/IOS at 10 cents on the Cisco dollar - and more deeply that people who care about network security now have an exciting new option.
Lately, I've been so enamored of OS X and so busy plotting what I can do for my wife to convince her that a new MacBook Pro really is a good investment that I haven't taken much time for Linux. Overall, our Windows network is working well, my Mac is the best computer I've ever used, and my oldest son is perfectly content with his Vista machine.
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