In April, we have three patches rated critical, with the rest classified as important. There’s an Adobe Flash update, the obligatory IE and Edge CUs, and the rest are for Windows, Office and .NET Framework.
March was certainly the month of ransomware with more medical institutions held at ransom by these kind of cyberattacks.
Each year, we like to look back on the previous year and learn what we can from all the patches, updates, and incidents that were experienced.
April 2016 brings us updates for now four separate versions of Microsoft Exchange, and we’re here with what you need to know for each.
If you calculate the man hours patching your systems, and consider the risks associated with not patching, you will probably see how automated patch management is an ROI you can’t ignore.
This March was a busy one for IT security professionals. Apple issued their largest number of patches for the year and Oracle put out an out-of-band fix for Java.
In the IT world, two diametrically opposed trends are both growing stronger at the same time, and the resultant conflict is going to be difficult – if not impossible – to resolve.
Our hope is that this quick list, thick on fixes but thin on words, may help you in the future when you run into a problem and need to fix it right there and then!