Monthly Archives: February 2012

DNS Outage on the 31st March ?

According to various reports, a bunch of malicious¬†protesters¬†(Anonymous) have announced plans to attach the global root DNS servers on the 31st March 2012. Another part of the same groups has distanced itself from the attack. Is this really going to … Continue reading

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Financial Malware – Stealing Your Bank Details!!

BBC’s Click programme recently undertook an investigation into financial malware – viruses that concentrate on grabbing your bank details and adding in transactions to steal money. Viruses such as “Zeus“. These infections lurk on your computer to intercept attempts to … Continue reading

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The Virtue of Operating System Upgrades and Patches

Operating system updates or more specifically operating system patches – some operating system vendors call their patches updates to help add to the confusion – are exceptionally irritating when you investigate what they are. To bring in a foolish analogy … Continue reading

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OSX Security Patches

According to Sophos’s Naked Security blog, Apple have today issued a rather large set of updates for OSX. The updates include a number of very serious security vulnerabilities so we would recommend anyone running OSX apply this update as soon … Continue reading

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