If you use Apple products — on Mac or PC — know that today is Apple Patch Day. The popular software company released six security advisories (originally five, but they had a late breaking advisory) fixing many security flaws in most of their most popular products. Watch today’s video to learn which products are affected, and what you should patch (or check the Reference section for a link to the page with all the details)
Last week, I talked about a Flash 0day vulnerability that attackers were only exploiting in limited, targeted attacks. This week, the vulnerability has been added to popular exploit kits, so I expect it to become more popular. Watch today’s video to learn more about it.
I’ve mentioned ransomware repeatedly in my videos, but today the FBI warned business how dangerous ransomware can be. Watch our video to learn how much ransomware has cost US companies this year, and how to protect yourself from it
It happens every month… Microsoft released their June patches on Tuesday, fixing 45 vulnerabilities in a range of popular products. If you manage a Windows network, you should watch this video to get the Patch Day highlights, and to learn which products to update first. As an aside, I recorded this video Wednesday, but was not able to edit and post it until today due to travel. (Episode Runtime: 2:07) Direct YouTube Link: h ttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dUGG1eP3A8 EPISODE REFERENCES: Microsoft’s June Patch Day Summary Bulletin – Microsoft Nice blog write up will all you need for June Patch Day – Ghacks.net — Corey Nachreiner, CISSP ( @SecAdept )
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Are you getting sick of SSL/TLS and other cryptography related vulnerabilities? I sure am! Nonetheless, we need to keep on top of them in order to keep our communications private. In today’s daily video I cover Logjam, a new named vulnerability having to do with the Diffie-Hellman key negotiation
Last week was full of a wide range of information security news; from the latest critical Microsoft updates, to a new virtualization system vulnerability, and finishing off with malware targeting a popular video game. If you find yourself falling behind with the latest security intelligence, you’re not alone. Don’t worry though, we’re here to pick up the slack.
Up to 80 percent of employees’ time on the Internet each day has nothing to do with work. It’s unrealistic to completely cut it out – we all know breaks are necessary to recharge our battery