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As a security company keeping our customers safe is our primary responsibility, therefore we investigate all vulnerability reports and implement the best course of action in order to protect our customers. Recently, researcher Tavis Ormandy contacted us about an examination he was doing of Sophos’s anti-virus product – not in terms of possible vulnerabilities – […]

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Compromised Twitter accounts are once again being used by criminals to spam out adverts to unsuspecting users. In the latest attack, Direct Messages (DMs) have been sent between Twitter users promoting a “make money fast” website. A typical message looks like this: I made $XXX today – check out how I made it [LINK] (In […]

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Discussion of this month’s patch Tuesday is overshadowed by the massive releases from spearphishing, web and SQLi attacks reported in the media. Four bulletins are being released to address 22 CVE records, or sets of vulnerabilities. Two of the vulnerabilies immediately enabling remote code execution is the Bluetooth related vuln, however unreliable attacking it may […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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