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The Latest Windows 11 Update Fixes Dozens Of Issues

Are you a Windows 11 early adopter?  If so, you'll want to grab the latest update KB5014019.  It contains several important bug fixes including fixes for Direct3D app crashing issues, […]

Be Aware That ChromeLoader Malware Is Picking Up Steam

A browser hijacker called "ChromeLoader" has had a large uptick in detections this month, which is raising eyebrows among security professionals. ChromeLoader can modify a victim's web browser settings to […]

 New Phishing Attacks Use HTML Email Attachments

HTML attachments as an attack vector may seem a little old school. However, according to statistics compiled by Kaspersky Lab indicates that in 2022, that form of attack is not […]

Upgrade This WordPress Plugin To Avoid Being Hacked

Do you own and manage a WordPress site either personally or as part of your business?  Do you also use the Tatsu plugin which offers a powerful suite of in-browser […]

Update VMWare Apps Now For Critical Security Vulnerabilities

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has issued an advisory that serves as a stark warning. If you're using VMware products that are impacted by recently disclosed critical security […]

Update Addresses Zero Day Exploit For Some Apple Devices

If you're not familiar with the term, a Zero Day exploit is a security flaw that the software vendor is not aware of and hasn't yet patched. In many (but […]

New Phishing Attack Delivers Three Types Of Malware To Victims

Phishing campaigns get more effective the more closely they can imitate a trusted source.  Recently, security researchers at Fortinet discovered evidence of a phishing campaign that specifically targets Microsoft Windows […]

Microsoft Warns New Sysrv Botnet Variant Is Dangerous

Security researchers employed by Microsoft have recently spotted a variant of the Sysrv botnet.  They have dubbed the new variant Sysrv-K. This new variant works in two ways.  First, it […]

You Might Need This HP Bios Security Update

HP recently released a BIOS update to address a pair of high-severity vulnerabilities that affect a wide range of PC and notebook products offered by the company.  In both cases, […]

Update Zyxel Products To Fix Possible Security Vulnerability

Do you use a Zyxel firewall?  If so, there's good news.  The company has fixed an issue you may not have even been aware that you had. The company pushed […]

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