Critical Vulnerability with Mozilla Thunderbird Being Exploited

Critical Vulnerability with Mozilla Thunderbird Being Exploited According to a security report issued by Mozilla, the company has patched multiple vulnerabilities in Thunderbird. A rare vulnerability for openSUSE has been released to resolve 13 vulnerabilities with Mozilla Thunderbird. These vulnerabilities can be potentially exploited in browser or browser-like contexts. Ratings of Critical are indicative of…

Massive Ransomware Attack Strikes Arizona Beverages

Massive Ransomware Attack Strikes Arizona Beverages A devastating ransomware attack took Arizona Beverages offline, resulting in millions of dollars in lost sales. Arizona Beverages recently suffered a massive ransomware attack that compromised hundreds of computers and servers. Known for its iced teas, the New-York based distributor became aware of the incident when more than 200…

Cisco Fixes Critical WebEx Bug

Cisco Fixes Critical WebEx Bug A critical vulnerability in Cisco WebEx browser extensions that could allow unauthenticated remote code-execution on targeted machines is being actively exploited in the wild. Cisco have re-released a patch to resolve a Critical vulnerability in its highly popular conferencing solution.  The following versions of the Cisco WebEx browser extensions are…

ASUS Patches Live Update Bug

ASUS Patches Live Update Bug ASUS Live Update software has been leveraged in a massive supply chain attack called “ShadowHammer” that has targeted up to a million users. ASUS has rushed out a patch for a major vulnerability that’s infecting thousands of PCs. The bug has allowed an advanced persistent threat group to launch “Operation…

Review: How to Simplify Your IT Management

Cloud Management Suite Review: How to Simplify Your IT Management Managing your IT infrastructure can be a nightmare—elevate your IT strategy with an intuitive systems management solution. This review originally appeared on Tech Log 360 Depending on how vast and intricate the dynamics of your IT environment is, managing your IT infrastructure can be a…

Microsoft is Making It Harder to Use Windows 7

Microsoft is Making It Harder to Use Windows 7 With Microsoft ending support for Windows 7 in January 2020, users are being pushed to upgrade. With less than a year to go until Microsoft ends support for its ten-year-old operating system Windows 7, as many as 43% of enterprises are still running the outdated platform.…

Frustrated with WSUS Errors?

Frustrated with WSUS Errors? With WSUS, patch management is more frustrating, complicated, and time consuming than it should be. Tired of scouring through forums to figure out why WSUS isn’t installing updates? Do you keep getting errors even though you followed every step perfectly? We hear you. Patching with WSUS is a struggle to say…

Georgia County Pays $400,000 to Ransomware Attackers

Ransomware Attack on Georgia County Gets Criminals $400,000 The government of Jackson County, Georgia, paid hackers $400,000 to regain access to its files after a devastating ransomware attack. The government of Jackson County, Georgia, paid $400,000 to regain access to their IT systems after a devastating ransomware attack. The attack hit the county’s internal network…

March Patch Tuesday: Eliminate the Exploits

March Patch Tuesday: Eliminate the Exploits It’s the second Tuesday of March, which means it’s time for another round of Patch Tuesday security updates. Microsoft has released 64 patches today covering IE, Edge, Exchange, Windows and Office. There are 17 rated Critical, 45 rated Important, 1 is rated Moderate and 1 is rated Low in severity—this is much less than last month’s release…