TrueCrypt is one of a few encryption options available for Windows – though TrueCrypt’s original developers no longer maintain it, many users still rely on the software to encrypt their hard drives. However, Google’s Project Zero team has recently uncovered two serious flaws in the system.
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On August 6, Mozilla released a security update to address a vulnerability uncovered by a Firefox user. The user discovered an ad on a Russian website was using a Firefox exploit that scanned for sensitive files, then sent them to a server in the Ukraine. Mozilla promptly released a fix for the vulnerability, advising all […]
If you’re one of the billions of people around the world using some version of Windows, you probably noticed a recent emergency security update to patch a critical security flaw. This article clarifies several details about the security flaw, how it was uncovered, and what it might mean for users like you.
As Windows Server 2003’s end of life (EOL) draws closer, many business run the risk of being left behind – according to Microsoft and Gartner, between 8 and 11 million servers around the world still rely on W2K3 for many of their applications; and roughly 20% of these will likely miss the July 14 deadline. […]