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Less Known Server Security Breaches

July 9, 2012

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This weekend I ran into an old friend whom I worked with many years ago. Back then we both worked at GE Capital, he as a service manager and I ran GECITS, Northern California business. He mentioned that he still dabbles a little in IT consulting and was having a some security issues with a […]

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Microsoft patches 26 bugs and advises users of active attacks

June 14, 2012

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Did you notice the massive Microsoft update this Tuesday? It was enormous. Microsoft released on Tuesday it latest patch that fixes 26 vulnerabilities. This patch included a huge Internet Explorer patch that has been previously exploited. Microsoft is also warning users of a “zero-day attack”. A zero-day attack is a threat that exploits previously unknown […]

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Cloud Computing 101 – Hosted Desktops & Servers (Part VIII)

February 16, 2012

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As we wind down our Cloud Computing 101 series we will take a look at hosted desktops and servers. These are basically virtual computers in the cloud, they look and feel like a regular computer, but the hardware and software is located in a data center. You can access your hosted desktops or server anywhere […]

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