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A zero-day vulnerability affecting popular hotel Internet gateways has been discovered and closed.
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.
Oracle has recommended workarounds for a zero-day Oracle Database flaw that was not fixed in the company's April critical patch update.The flaw in the Transport Network Substrate (TNS) Listener database component, which Oracle has known about for at least four years, could allow a hacker to break into a database without a username or password, Oracle said in a security advisory on Monday.
LinkedIn's soaring share price after the company's recent IPO is only the most obvious example of the current boom in Silicon Valley. Leading the hype is "gamification", the use of game mechanics in non-game business applications.
NetSuite's partnership with Yammer "adds social" to business software, just like Salesforce.com's Chatter. But is the social buzzword really a business revolution?
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Two companies have found that when staff work from home they are not only happier, but they're more productive as well. So how can you send your workers home?
It's all about the future on Patch Monday this week. What key technology trends does your business need to consider in the coming financial year? And what does yesterday's agreement between Telstra and the National Broadband Network Company (NBN Co) mean?
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A flaw in the messaging and social-networking service had the potential to allow attackers to compromise user accounts
Oracle has released a patch for a server flaw that can be exploited over a network without the use of a username or password.
Today is a very busy patch day for network administrations managing Cisco gear.The networking giant released a whopping 12 bulletins with fixes for a wide range of security vulnerabilities in IOS, the underlying software that powers routers and network switches.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Sam Diaz: HP to cut nearly 25,000 jobs as part of EDS integrationLarry Dignan: IBM targets HP's server beachheadHP vs.
Microsoft is upping the ante in an effort to head off hackers at the Patch Tuesday pass.Ryan Naraine reports:The new Microsoft Active Protections Program (MAPP), which will be formally announced at Black Hat USA 2008 here, will give anti-virus, intrusion prevention/detection and corporate network security vendors a head start to add signatures and filters to protect against Microsoft software vulnerabilities.
It's Patch Day in the land of Cisco.The network routing and switching giant today released three security bulletins with patches for multiple vulnerabilities affecting the Cisco Voice Portal and the Secure Shell server (SSH) implementation in Cisco IOS.
Reports have been pouring in for the last several hours.AT&T BlackBerry service, which run on AT&T's not so edgy EDGE network, are really having a rough patch with connectivity today.
Reports have been pouring in for the last several hours.Devices such as the iPhone and BlackBerry, both of which run on AT&T's not so edgy EDGE network, are really having a rough patch with connectivity today.
Skype has its official response to its nearly two-day outage: A software bug was unearthed after numerous restarts over a Microsoft patch download.Russell Shaw has more, but here's what Skype had to say:On Thursday, 16th August 2007, the Skype peer-to-peer network became unstable and suffered a critical disruption.
Oracle has shrugged off criticisms of its recent security record, saying that one of the company's biggest concerns is that its customers are so used to being secure that they are not used to applying patches.Hasan Rizvi, vice president of security products at Oracle, told ZDNet Australia on Wednesday that unlike rival Microsoft, security has always been a high priority at the database maker.
More than 65% of IT managers surveyed by LanDesk are continuing to experience security breaches and are seeking additional methods of securing their organization beyond just anti-virus software. 60% of respondents said that their organization does not have a way of scanning devices attempting to connect to their network and quarantining any system that does not meet their company's security requirements.
Multiple vulnerabilities found in a VPN protocol used by most router vendors means that administrators are once again being advised to patch their network hardware, which is a far bigger issue than patching servers or desktops.Researchers at the University of Oulu in Finland on Monday said they had found multiple vulnerabilities in the Internet Security Association and Key Management Protocol [ISAKMP], which is used to create secure tunnels over the public Internet.
Cisco is aiming to make its Internetwork Operating System (IOS) easier to patch because administrators using the company's network hardware have been reluctant to upgrade even though serious security flaws have been discovered in the software.Following the disclosure of a serious security flaw in IOS earlier this year, Cisco has been trying to persuade its customers to upgrade to the latest version of its operating system.