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Embrace the cloud without compromising security

GFI WebMonitor’s inbuilt understanding of the most popular web-based applications and cloud services can help sysadmins enforce policy and protect users.

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Oh, no – not again: More patch problems rear their ugly heads

It seems October is bringing brand new troubles for those who were brave enough to install the Microsoft Patch Tuesday patches immediately after release.

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Does your bandwidth belong to autoplay videos and ads?

Here’s how you can protect your users from the bandwidth leeches like autoplay video ads, as well as from malware, phishing sites, and policy violations.

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What’s new in GFI WebMonitor 2015?

Product manager, Calin Ghibu explains why the latest version of GFI WebMonitor is the next generation of web security software for businesses and what’s so special about this release.

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SSL 3.0 vulnerability poses widespread threat

POODLE is an industry-wide threat because it’s a vulnerability in the SSL 3.0 protocol, which is supported by almost all web browsers on all platforms.

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October Patch Tuesday roundup

This month brings us eight security bulletins from Microsoft (not nine as previously reported). Only three of the eight patches are rated critical and those three pertain to remote code execution vulnerabilities.

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Tonight’s forecast…cloudy with a chance of compromise!

Over the past few weeks we have seen data on cloud storage services being compromised. Does this mean you should not trust cloud services?

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GFI MailEssentials wins another VBSpam+ award!

GFI MailEssentials has won its fourth VBSpam+ award from Virus Bulletin. In the September round of testing, GFI MailEssentials had a spam catch rate of more than 99% and 0 False Positives.

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How much do you trust technology?

Machines are analyzing the data and making many of the decisions that used to be the province of human beings. In some cases, this has had very positive results; in others, not so much.

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October Advance Notification: Time for nine

We have a medium-sized slate of patches: nine in all, three of which have been given a severity rating of critical; all of those are remote code execution issues – as are the vast majority of critical patches. One is rated moderate, and the remaining five are classified as important.

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