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January 14, 2013  3:23 PM

Critical patches pushed for Java and IE zero day flaws



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Internet Explorer, Java, patch, zero-day

Happy Monday! IT and security admins are off to a busy start this week with urgent out-of band patches from both Oracle and

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...


April 4, 2011  8:55 PM

RSA’s Achilles Heel Was…Adobe Flash



Posted by: Tony Bradley
Adobe Flash, compromise, hack, phishing attack, RSA, SecurID, zero-day

When RSA announced that it had discovered a network infiltration that allowed attackers to gain access to crucial information that could lead to the compromise of SecurID two-factor authentication tokens, it dubbed the attack "extremely sophisticated." In the wake of the discovery, the...


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