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  • Exposing the insecurity of hotel safes

    17.07.2014

    Travel documents, cash, mobile devices, cameras, jewellery and company documents on holiday or on a business trip, tourists and business people alike often carry valuable objects in their luggage.

  • Cisco fixes critical flaw in modems and wireless gateways

    17.07.2014

    Cisco has fixed a critical vulnerability affecting a number of its wireless residential gateways and cable modems, and is urging users to check whether their service providers and third-party support organizations have pushed out the upgraded software with the fix.

  • Raspberry Pi B+ adds connectivity and power features

    14.07.2014

    Launched today, the new Raspberry Pi B+ board, which marks the first significant change to the credit card-sized computer, is available immediately.

  • Risks of selling used smartphones

    08.07.2014

    AVAST Software easily retrieved personal data from used smartphones sold online, despite consumers deleting their data.

  • Security weakness found in WiFi enabled LED light bulb

    07.07.2014

    Researchers at Context Information Security have been able to expose a security weakness in a WiFi enabled, energy efficient LED light bulb that can be controlled from a smartphone.




Spotlight

Patching: The least understood line of defense

Posted on 29 August 2014.  |  How many end users, indeed how many IT pros, truly get patching? Sure, many of us see Windows install updates when we shut down our PC and think all is well. Its not.


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