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The figures are from the Microsoft Vulnerabilities Report by UK-based security firm Avecto, in which the company pulled data from every Patch Tuesday issued by Microsoft in 2014.
The Queensland Department of Health is working to patch what it is calling a 'computer infrastructure issue' that has affected the department's central data service centre, which is hooked into the state's hospital network.
Apple's software patch for 2012 and 2013 MacBook Airs will test the SSD to see if it is affected by a data loss bug, which either resolves the issue, or will help you to get it replaced.
The way Oracle provides patches and information about security issues for open-source database MySQL has drawn criticism, but the company is sticking to its guns.
Microsoft has patched a number of software flaws that could have led to information-stealing attacks by Duqu malware, according to security company Qualys.One of the critical 'Patch Tuesday' bulletins, MS12-034, addressed multiple Microsoft products that were vulnerable to the Duqu data-stealing malware, Qualys chief technology officer Wolfgang Kandek said in a statement on Tuesday.
SysEx Librarian is a utility for Mac OS X which lets you communicate with MIDI devices using System Exclusive messages, also known...
An updated European directive will patch the flaws in current laws, that enables the Patriot Act to access cloud-stored data on European citizens.
The handset manufacturer says the flaw, which appears to come from logging software HTC installs on its phones, will be fixed through an over-the-air update
This is the security patch for Microsoft Data Access Components as described in the MS04-003: Security Update for Microsoft Data Access...
Mozilla has shipped a mega patch for Firefox to fix a total of 16 security flaws that expose Web surfers to drive-by download, data theft and local bar spoofing attacks.
It's launch day for Microsoft Office 2010; Facebook's Like buttons gain traction and there are a lot of patches to ponder.
Two potentially huge privacy risks on Patch Monday this week. Contactless EFTPOS and credit cards that allow you to make payments without a signature or entering a PIN, and the vast honey pot of personal data that is Google.
Attackers are using rigged PowerPoint files to exploit an unpatched vulnerability in Microsoft's presentation software, according to warning late Thursday from the software maker.In a pre-patch advisory, Microsoft described the attacks as "limited and targeted," the kind of language that suggests it is being used to steal data from corporate or government networks.
Google has shipped a high-priority Chrome browser patch with fixes for three security vulnerabilities that expose users to cross-site scripting and data theft attacks.Google Chrome's beta and stable channels have been updated to version 1.
The first security patch for Google's new Chrome browser is out, fixing at least two "critical" vulnerabilities that put Windows users at risk of code execution attacks.[ SEE: Google Chrome vulnerable to carpet-bombing flaw ]The patch, which is rolled out automatically via Chrome's auto-update feature, also addresses two additional security vulnerabilities -- the carpet-bombing issue and a denial-of-service flaw that could lead to browser crashes and data loss.
Microsoft plugged more than a few vulnerabilities in Excel last week, but the trade off may be calculation errors.Microsoft's Bill Sisk said in a post late Friday following the software giant's latest patch batch:I wanted to let you know that we have updated bulletin MS08-014 to provide additional information on a newly identified issue that causes Microsoft Excel 2003 calculations to return an incorrect result when a Real Time Data source is used.
The Windows Home Server team has announced that the official patch for a data-corruption issue discovered in December last year will not be available until June.
The Windows Home Server team has announced that the official patch for a data-corruption issue discovered in December last year will not be available until June
Yesterday Microsoft dashed the hopes of users waiting for a fix to the Windows Home Server data corruption issue -- the patch will not be available in its official form until June.
Sighs of relief can be heard coming from Brazil this week as police arrested four men (port security guards) responsible for heisting some computers that had lots of data from the newly discovered mega-oil-patch off the coast of Brazil.Way back when I was an industry analyst I remember fighting the battle against universitites about so called academic freedom and firewalls.
Notable headlines:Images: Follow the bouncing data at the U.S.
According to a knowledge base article (#936824) posted yesterday on Microsoft's Help and Support Web site, Vista's Eject command doesn't work with properly with a connected iPod and can cause data corruption (see Techmeme discussion): The Safely Remove Hardware feature and the Windows Explorer "Eject" command do not work correctly with an Apple iPod that is connected to a Windows Vista-based computer Consider the following scenario.
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