Patches are now a major part of any system administrator's life - but what is the most effective way to keep network security up to date without it becoming a full-time job?
By Rupert Goodwins
| December 8, 2003 -- 17:35 GMT (09:35 PST)
| Topic: Security
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New 5G business models
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Mozilla patches Firefox zero-day abused in the wild
Mozilla releases Firefox 67.0.3 to fix actively exploited zero-day.
Microsoft delivers public preview of Azure Bastion service for remotely accessing VMs more securely
FBI warning: Foreign spies using social media to target government contractors
FBI warns security clearance holders to be careful when disclosing work information on social media profiles.
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Google launches Chrome extension for flagging bad URLs to the Safe Browsing team
Google launches new "Suspicious Site Reporter" Chrome extension.
Ring begins shipping Door View Cam, the $199 video doorbell for apartments
Ring's latest video doorbell should make apartment dwellers feel a little safer.
Cybersecurity: Why one old web scam is on the rise again
Fake domains and bogus websites are experiencing something of a revival - unfortunately.
Protect your online identity now: Fight hackers with these 5 security safeguards
Homeland Security: We've tested Windows BlueKeep attack and it works so patch now
DHS cybersecurity agency warns US businesses to apply Microsoft's BlueKeep patch for wormable flaw.