Monthly Archive: April 2014

Apr 28

Microsoft Internet Explorer Serious Bug Leaves Browsers Open to Hackers

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Microsoft Internet Explorer Ver. 6-11 Serious Bug Leaves Browsers Open to Hackers

UPDATE: 05/01/2014

[notice]PCMAG Reports that Microsoft has fixed the bug in Internet Explorer, Ever for Windows XP users[/notice]

FireEye has discovered early this week that almost all Version of IE (Internet explorer) Version 6 to 11 have a major bug that enables hackers to redirect websites, run malicious software on the user’s computers and even take control to some extent.
Users can run alternative web browsers until Microsoft is able to fix the problem
Microsoft is investigating the issue and for now suggests that users make sure that there Anti-Virus is running properly and take extra cautions when visiting unknown websites, also recommend disabling the Adobe Flash plug-in for now. Microsoft may release fix throe their Windows Security Update feature in Windows, Internet Explorer Update or a Patch will be available to download from Microsoft website.
For Details regarding the IE flaw you can visit FireEye  post which provides detail that FireEye has discovered.
Unfortunately for users that still run the most popular Windows XP, they will not see a fix for their Internet Explorer Version 8 because Microsoft has dropped support for Win XP last month. The only options XP user have is Switching to alternative browsers such as Google Chrome and Firefox . Both are free web browsers available for download.

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Apr 25

Heartbleed crisis set donations is motion to fix future problems

Heartbleed crisis set donations is motion to fix future problems with OpenSSL

ock icon, signifying an encrypted Internet connection, is seen on an Chrome Browseer

ock icon, signifying an encrypted Internet connection, is seen on an Chrome Browser Copyright Teckdriven, LLC 2014

The Heartbleet security patch has been released and applied to most systems and firewalls. But now big Companies are stepping up to help out OpenSSL. OpenSSL is an open source implementation of the SSL and TLS protocols. The group of volunteers developers maintain Open SSL admitted that they receive on average $2,000 a year in donation to help out this project. Now that the Heartblled effected so many secure systems, big companies are stepping up by donating millions of dollars to the group to help maintain the open-source code.
The companies that contributed to this cause are Dell, Fujitsu Ltd NetApp Inc, Rackspace Hosting Inc, VMware Inc., Amazon.com Inc, Cisco Systems Inc, Facebook Inc, Google Inc, IBM, Intel Corp and Microsoft Corp.
Now that the openSSL has more founds the Code should be more secure and less vulnerable to future security breaches and attacks. As many of developers and programmers would like to continue to use open source OpenSSL which is correctly free to use.

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Apr 16

New Galaxy S5 Box Content Photos

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Box

Samsung Galaxy S5 Box

Samsung Galaxy S5 Box - Back

Samsung Galaxy S5 Box – Back

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Galaxy S5 USB Cable, Headphoens and AC Adapter

Galaxy S5 USB Cable, Headphoens and AC Adapter

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USB 3.0 Cable

USB 3.0 Cable

USB 3.0 Cable

USB 3.0 Cable

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