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What’s new in the latest major WebMonitor update?

A new release for GFI WebMonitor is available today so we caught up with Calin Ghibu, product manager, to learn more about the release and what makes this update truly special.

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Microsoft issues security advisory; Spoofing vulnerability affects all operating systems

On March 24, Microsoft issued an out-of-band security advisory warning of a problem with some digital certificates that were improperly issued from the MSC Holdings Certification Authority.

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30 years of Hollywood distorting the Net

On July 28 this year, the film The Net, celebrates its 20th anniversary. This was one of the first feature films that had the Internet as a prominent plot device. Here we count down another 20!

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March Releases Include Three Big Updates for Exchange

March brings Exchange admins big updates for all three of the currently supported versions. You may want to take a look at these, get them tested, and get them deployed in your next change window.

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Tech Vendors Giveth, Tech Vendors Taketh Away

“Feature bloat” has long been a complaint regarding new devices and software.The recent high profile security threat posed by Superfish, adware that Lenovo preinstalled on some of their computers, has vendors reassessing the issue. But are some tech companies going too far in the direction of taking away features that some users have come to […]

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Monday Tech Roundup – The who, what, where and when of Windows 10

In our Tech Roundup this week we talk about the who, what, where and when of Windows 10 together with news of China admitting to a cyber-warfare unit and we also reveal some words of wisdom Snowden has for IT Pros.

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Windows 2003 Goes EOL in Five Months

Just in case you missed it, Windows 2003 goes EOL (End of Life) on the 14th of July 2015. If you are am Exchange Admins this is why you should care!

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Profitable Hacking

There are many reasons why people start hacking. Some do it for the thrill; others do it as a learning experience. Some do it for money. So how do hackers make their money?

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Apple Watch – a new wrist-bound threat?

Apple Watch, this intelligent little bracelet, is every bit wearable tech and IoT, and it comes with all the security risks of every other IoT device.

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Monday Tech Roundup – From Apple Watch to Superfish

In the first edition of Monday Tech Roundup we tackle Apple’s innovation with the Apple Watch, the new MacBook Surface strategy and a less stinky Superfish.

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