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The Microsoft patch Tuesday has been very interesting this month. Symantec has observed the exploitation of a couple of client-side vulnerabilities in the wild. This blog will concentrate on one of them, the Microsoft Internet Explorer CVE-2012-1875 Same ID Property Remote Code Execution Vulnerability (CVE-2012-1875), which was actively exploited, even before MS Tuesday.    We […]

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Google is set to launch Android 5.0, aka Jelly Bean, this fall. But do we even need it? While Google has made some steps in securing its Play branded marketplace, and offered a few security updates to the operating system, it is a fact that the most targeted Android platform is still 2.x. Why is […]

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Visa is investigating a potential security breach that may have compromised payment cards of Eastern Europeans. Although Visa hasn’t disclosed which countries were hit, the Romanian state-owned CEC Bank has blocked and reissued 17,000 cards on suspicion that they had been compromised. CEC Bank said in a statement that “a number” of cards issued by […]

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Mission-Critical Broadband – Why Governments Should Partner with Commercial Operators:
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ARA at Scale: How to Choose a Solution That Grows With Your Needs:
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The Multi-Model Database:
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