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August Patch Tuesday roundup

Nine security bulletins were released in August, addressing 37 vulnerabilities, most of them in Windows and a few in server products.

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Are vulnerabilities really a risk or simply hype?

Vulnerabilities are the talk of the town lately but you sometimes wonder ‘is there really any substance to these reports, or it is hype?’ With networks running AV and hardened firewalls in place, surely vulnerabilities cannot have that much of an effect… or can they?

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Microsoft bumps up security on IE after it earns title of “most exploited browser”

Microsoft is adding a new security feature to Internet Explorer. It’s called Out-of-date ActiveX Control Blocking.

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The case for building a BYOD policy

Whether you’re looking to build a basic BYOD policy or one that’s tailored for your company’s specific needs, the project involves the same steps. Here’s a step-by-step guide.

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More bad news for iOS users

At Black Hat USA 2014, researchers presented new ways to “exploit unpatched iOS vulnerabilities for fun and profit”. Deb Shinder tells us more about this in her post.

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August Advance Notification: Patched to the nines

August is bringing us a total of nine security updates from Microsoft that will be coming down the pike next Tuesday – two critical; seven important.

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It’s time to take care of your Internet immunity

Increase your Internet immunity – here’s a white paper on how to understanding today’s top online threats and how to guard against them.

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The top nine free disk tools for sysadmins [Video]

We’ve selected the top nine disk tools and incorporated them in this short video. Enjoy!

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