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March 2013 Patch Tuesday: Cleaning House

Patch Tuesday is upon us and this month, Microsoft is doing a little spring cleaning of vulnerabilities, fixing a well-rounded collection of client-side vulnerabilities, along with a few server-side vulnerabilities for good measure. This month, the affected software includes Internet Explorer, Silverlight, Visio Viewer, SharePoint, OneNote, Outlook for Mac, and a Windows kernel-mode driver. In…

Post by BeyondTrust Research Team March 12, 2013
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Samsung Mobile Devices Vulnerable to Website Wipe

According to IBTimes, Samsung, one of the leaders in manufacturing Android devices, has a very serious bug in their TouchWiz implementation of Android. Samsung, like most manufacturers, modifies the stock Android image to add in its own modifications and enhancements.

Post by Peter McCalister October 16, 2011
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Retina Helps Identify Weak Certificates

Microsoft has released a Security Advisory for the upcoming patch to increase minimum bit levels of certificates to 1024 bit security advisory 2661254. The expected release date for this patch is Oct 9th at which time the update will be available through Windows Update.

Post by Peter McCalister October 16, 2010
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