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January 4, 2012  11:20 PM

The Year In Security: A Look Back at 2011 and Trends for 2012



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Adobe, Microsoft, Patch Tuesday, Qualys, Risk, security, vulnerabilities, Windows, Wolfgang Kandek, zero-day

Sir Winston Churchill once said, “Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” Those are wise words, and a sentiment that applies nicely to information security.

As we begin 2012, it is a great time to reflect on the significant...

May 25, 2011  11:22 AM

Apply Modern Security to Legacy Software with EMET



Posted by: Tony Bradley
EMET, enhanced mitigation experience toolkit, Microsoft, Windows

Windows 7 is more secure than WIndows XP. Period. Likewise, Office 2010 is more secure than Office 2007. It is not that WIndows 7, or Office 2010, or any other new OS or application is magical, it is just the natural evolution of things. New technologies are introduced. New attack techniques are...


March 4, 2011  9:54 PM

Three Security Bulletins Planned for March Patch Tuesday



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Microsoft, Office, patch, Patch Tuesday, security bulletins, update, vulnerability, Windows

Next Tuesday is a big day for more reason than one. It is Fat Tuesday--a day to consume decadent paczkis and kick off Mardi Gras. It is also Microsoft's Patch Tuesday for March. Patch Tuesday comes quick when the first day of the month is a Tuesday. Microsoft has only


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