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Last Updated on 23 Sept. 2014, Total: 174 Blog Posts

  1. Paypal Persistent Payment Mail Vulnerability

    The Vulnerability Laboratory Research Team discovered a Web Vulnerability in the official Paypal ecommerce website application... Read More

  2. Power Grids threatened by Cyber Attacks

    According to reports by McAfee, one in four of the world's power companies had suffered extortion from criminals who had gained access to their system's utilities. Two weeks ago a German power utility admits that it suffered a DDoS attack that blocked the company's Internet communications for several hours. This is the first confirmed Cyber-attack against a European grid operator... Read More

  3. Readers Choice Awards December Winners

    TechGenix websites conduct monthly polls to discover which product is preferred by visitors in a particular category of third party solutions... Read More

  4. Recovery steps for computers that have installed security update 2823324 and are now failing to start!

    Microsoft recommends customers to uninstall update 2823324, which is provided in Microsoft Security bulletin MS13-036... Read More

  5. ScriptLogic Webinars

    ScriptLogic customers may already attend online seminars (webinars) about purchased software! That's quite normal, isn't it? But ScriptLogic's webinars can be interesting even to non-customers or users contemplating of trying out these solutions. The content covered in the webinars is very interesting even from a generic point of view and would give the viewer an understanding of the area covered... Read More

  6. Seagate and Samsung combined strength!

    Seagate claims that its acquisition of Samsung's hard drive business will allow them to offer a more extensive portfolio of innovative storage solutions. The acquisition was completed on December 19th, 2011 and the deal includes assets, infrastructure and employees. Also, Seagate will supply disk drives to Samsung for PCs, notebooks and consumer devices while, Samsung will supply Seagate with chips... Read More

  7. Security Professionals Nightmare

    Although, the virus Flame is no longer spreading and most of its command-and control servers discovered, it remains what security professionals have been terrified of - mimicking Microsoft's Windows update mechanism and spreading through it. Mikko Hypponen, chief research officer at F-Secure states that 'Having a Microsoft code signing certificate is the Holy Grail of malware writers. This has now... Read More

  8. September Newsletters Teaser

    Topics covered in CloudComputingAdmin.com, VirtualizationAdmin.com, MSExchange.org, WindowsNetworking.com and WindowSecurity.com monthly newsletters... Read More

  9. September Newsletters Teaser

    Some discussion points from ISAserver.org, VirtualizationAdmin.com, MSExchange.org, WindowsNetworking.com and WindowSecurity.com monthly newsletters... Read More

  10. Software architect accused of stealing Microsoft trade secrets

    Ex-Microsoft employee charged with passing blogger trade secrets... Read More

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