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06/13/18 Cortana Software Could Help Anyone Unlock Your Windows 10 Computer

Originally posted by Swati Khandelwal | The Hacker News on June 13th, 2018 Cortana, an artificial intelligence-based smart assistant that Microsoft has built into every version of Windows 10, could help attackers unlock your system password. With its latest patch Tuesday release, Microsoft has pushed an important update to address an easily exploitable vulnerability in Cortana that could…
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06/12/18 Flawed code-signing process could have let attackers pass malware off as Apple-approved

Originally posted by Bradley Barth | SCMedia on June 12th, 2018 MacMalware The developers and vendors of numerous third-party security, forensics and incident response products for Mac computers have started issuing patches after researchers realized their software was not properly interacting with Apple's code-signing API. Without the patch, attackers can craft malicious files capable of bypassing the code-signing…
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06/07/18 Adobe Issues Patch for Actively Exploited Flash Player Zero-Day Exploit

Originally Posted by Mohit Kumar | The Hacker News on June 7th, 2018   If you have already uninstalled Flash player, well done! But if you haven't, here's another great reason for ditching it. Adobe has released a security patch update for a critical vulnerability in its Flash Player software that is actively being exploited in the wild by hackers…
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05/31/18 The Cloud’s Hazy Security

Originally posted by Richard Adhikari | TechNewsWorld   A significant percentage of IT systems are cloud-based, according to a CompTIA survey of 502 U.S companies. The cloud is a key enabler for emerging technology, suggests the poll, which was conducted last month. Cloud computing was one of four trends respondents expected to feature heavily in IT conversations…
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