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Daily Archives: Thursday, December 9, 2010 11:58 pm
File Assassin Every now and then you will get a malware file that can’t be stopped or deleted because it is locked. Form Malwarebytes
The information in these links should help to educate security analyst and administrators on some of the attacks that may happen. More…
Don’t worry, I don’t know either but chances are it will be exciting. ioSafe produces products that are designed for disaster recovery and planning. Over the last several weeks we have discussed policies for DRP, SMB, Enterprise and even what … Continue reading
If the .NET Framework fails to install, there is a possiblity that the msxml is not properly registered. Download the fix here Also try registering msxml3.dll Go to a command prompt and type regsvr32 msxml3.dll .NET Cleanup Tool if you are … Continue reading
Open-Source Project Server Hacked, Software Rigged With Backdoor Trojan – Darkreading. Open Source – more backdoors and trojans on board?
New Local Linux Kernel Root Exploit Published. Another Exploit