Google has fixed a security issue that made some of the files stored on Google Drive and shared with friends or colleagues via a direct link potentially reachable by unauthorized third parties, and calls users to remove previously shared documents.
Microsoft has released an update for its Malware Protection Engine to fix a privately reported security vulnerability that could allow a denial of service if the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine scans a specially crafted file.
Patch Tuesday, June 2014 delivers seven advisories, of them, two critical, five important – one of which is the seldom seen “tampering” type.
OpenSSL users, you need to patch again. The OpenSSL team released a security update that fixes 6 vulnerabilities, two of which could be considered critical.
Here is some welcome news for Google Apps Business, Government and Education customers: the company has implemented three new security features to protect them from phishing, hacking, and state-sponsored intrusions: Mail routing, delivery controls and SMTP relay service—Control the flow of information to and from your company with policy-based routing to ensure that company messages are filtered, even if they are sent from third-party or other non-Gmail sources.