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A critical Internet Explorer vulnerability, announced and patched by Microsoft in June’s Patch Tuesday, is being exploited in the wild.The vulnerability is CVE-2012-1875 (don’t expect any detail – this link is just boilerplate stuff), patched in MS12-037.SophosLabs has seen numerous attempts to exploit this vulnerability (Sophos products detect it as Exp/20121875-A). Cunningly-crafted JavaScript code – […]

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LANDesk Interchange 2011 is winding down in Las Vegas today. The event gathered partners and displayed newer technologies offered by the decade old systems management company. It was interesting hearing from IT “old-timers” that have worked with the technology, describing the company’s impact on the industry – its spinoff from Intel, the original LANDesk AV […]

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We’ve just been hit with a double-barrelled Patch Tuesday, with both Microsoft and Adobe publishing security updates. Despite its weekly-sounding name, Patch Tuesday happens once a month in Microsoft’s calendar, once a quarter in Adobe’s, and once a quarter but in different months to Adobe and not necessarily on the same Tuesday as Microsoft in […]

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