A new spooky mashup pack for the console editions of Minecraft was released Today that includes 43 new scary skins such as; Grim Reaper, Bride of Frankenstein, Wicked Witch, Mad Doctor, and many more spooky skins.
YouTube has announced a new monthly subscription service called YouTube Red that offers ad-free videos, YouTube only shows, offline saving, and background play. Starting on October 28th, U.S. visitors will be able to sign up for this new $9.99 monthly subscription that comes with a one month trial.
A new deal was released today for 98% off of a Cyber Security Professional Training & Certification e-learning Bundle. These courses normally go for $1,995, but have been discounted 98% to $39 USD.
Today Apple released numerous security updates that resolve a total of 142 vulnerabilities in their iOS, watchOS, OSX, iTunes, and Safari products. Some vulnerabilities are the same throughout various Apple products if they share a similar codebase.
As of yesterday the Xbox One Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 is now available for shipping worldwide. This adapter allows you to connect up to eight wireless Xbox One controllers, and up to four chat headsets or two stereo headsets, to a Windows 10 computer.
A new file-encrypting ransomware has been discovered that appears to be installed via targeted Remote Desktop or Terminal Service attacks. This ransomware, which we call LowLevel4, encrypts your data with AES encryption and then demands 4 Bitcoins to get your files back.
Microsoft released today a security update for Internet Explorer 10, Internet Explorer 11, and Microsoft Edge that updates the bundled Adobe Flash libraries. This patch is only available for users of Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows RT, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows RT 8.1, and Windows 10.
Adobe has released an emergency update that resolves 3 critical security vulnerabilities, including the one that was discovered by TrendMicro this week. All three of these vulnerabilities could allow an attacker to remotely execute commands on a vulnerable computer.
A new report from Bit9 and Carbon Black details how 2015 was the worst year in history for OSX malware. In a 10 week study conducted by both organizations it was discovered that 2015 had 5 times more malware than all of 2010-2014 combined. OSX users need to take security seriously or they are bound to be affected by future malware.
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The latest zero-day exploit for Flash that was reported by TrendMicro is expected to be patched by an Adobe updated coming out on October 19th. This exploit is a critical vulnerability as it allows attackers to create specially crafted web pages that can execute any command on your system.
Microsoft recently announced that they have updated their malicious removal tool to detect and remediate the TeslaCrypt ransomware infection due to the increased distribution and activity detected in August. This announcement just means that Microsoft has added further detection for this ransomware and will remove it via MSRT.
If you have not updated Windows this week, then you need to get updating. Yesterday Microsoft released six security updates, with three of them being marked as critical. If you have not updated Windows this week it is imperative that you do so as soon as possible.
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Today Microsoft released the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10565 to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring. This build includes a bunch of new features and improvements that include Skype integration, tap preview in Microsoft Edge, and improvements to Cortana.
At a press event yesterday, Acer unveiled the new Aspire R 14 convertible laptop and the Aspire Z3-700 all-in-one.Â Both devices will be available in certain markets by the end of the year and Â use the latest Intel CPUs and touchscreen technology.
Today just as Adobe released a giant update for Flash and Reader that resolves numerous critical vulnerabilities, TrendMicro announced that they have discovered another new unpatched zero-day exploit in Flash. This exploit is actively being used by attackers in spear-phising emails against several Ministries of Foreign affairs.
New updates are available for Adobe Acrobat, Reader and Flash Player that resolve numerous security vulnerabilities. These 2 updates resolve a whopping 69 vulnerabities, with many of them being labeled as critical. These vulnerabilities range from information disclosure to remote code execution.
A new vulnerability has been disclosed for the QTS operating system used by QNAP storage devices. This vulnerability allows remote OSX users to potentially read and write arbitrary files on a QNAP device through the Apple Filing Protocol (AFP).