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Third Party Patch Roundup – November 2015

Apple released a total of nine updates fixing 60 vulnerabilities, four updates were issued by Adobe, and popular Linux distros had their usual selection of security advisories and updates this month.

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Hollywood’s favorite villain is artificial – and increasingly real

Ever since Hal in 2001: a Space Odyssey took over the spaceship, Hollywood has made computers into the bogeyman.

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It’s Thanks-an-admin-giving Day!

Take the time this week to say thanks to that special geek in your life. Without him or her, doing your job, whatever it is, would likely be a lot more difficult.

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Security 101: You’ve been hacked. Now what?

What should you do once you determine that you have been hacked. Whether you’re in a corporate setting or a home user, this advice will help you make the right decisions.

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Monday Tech Roundup – Windows 10 pluses and minuses

Last week we learned about the pull of the Windows 10 update from the Microsoft download server and we discovered how scientists found a new way to charge electric cars.

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Social Engineering 2.0: Exploiting the unpatchable vulnerability

Social engineering in the digital age has been recognized for years as one of the top factors in network intrusions and data breaches.

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In case you missed it, Exchange 2016 hit GA!

I have to apologize, because I couldn’t have timed my eight week vacation in a hermetic monastery any worse. While I was gone, Exchange 2016 released to General Availability!

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No more Chrome support for Windows XP, Vista and older OS X versions

Google announced the end of Chrome’s support for Windows XP, as well as Windows Vista, and Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8.

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