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Turkish security researcher Ibrahim Balic claims to have found an Android vulnerability that could lead to memory corruption. While testing his findings, he may have crashed Google Play a couple of times. According to the expert, Android 2.3, 4.2.2 and 4.3 are certainly affected, but he believes that all versions of the operating system are […]

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Hello, welcome to this month's blog on the Microsoft patch release. This month the vendor is releasing thirteen bulletins covering a total of 47 vulnerabilities. Thirteen of this month's issues are rated ’Critical’. As always, customers are advised to follow these security best practices: Install vendor patches as soon as they are available. Run all […]

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DOS v5.0, released in 1991, introduced the concept of DOS loading “high”.  That is, into the high memory area – that special 64kb area at the top of the first megabyte of memory.As a result of this change, programs now loaded to a much lower address in memory than they did before.  This change also exposed […]

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