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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Improve your security #17 : How to secure a new computer in 10 steps

Did you just buy a computer and wonder how can you make it secure? Here are some steps which you can follow to make this computer really yours. Really yours means that you can start using it and storing personal … Continue reading

Patches for Microsoft and Adobe address several security vulnerabilities

Microsoft and Adobe released this week plenty of patches for their software. Microsoft released as planned the MS13-052 to 058 bulletins which resolve six critical  vulnerabilities in Microsoft software. The most severe vulnerability could allow remote code execution if a user views … Continue reading

Upgrade of older consumer products to Version 2013

The malware landscape is evolving on a very rapid pace and these days, the technologies released 2 or 3 years ago are becoming slowly obsolete. That’s why providing security only through engine and signature updates is no longer considered enough. … Continue reading

Ubisoft breached, users asked to reset passwords

If you’re a Ubisoft customer, you probably wondered why you are  being asked to reset your password. Ubisoft is now part of the “big family” of prominent websites that got hacked and lost customer data: LinkedIn, eHarmony, LastFM and others. … Continue reading