Monthly Archives: March 2011

Servers at NASA at High Risk of Cyber Attack

Servers at NASA at High Risk of Cyber Attack

March 30, 2011

So, when we think of NASA, we usually think of how smart people are that work there and how advanced they are technologically. However, the network that NASA uses to control the International Space Station and the Hubble Telescope has some unpatched vulnerabilities which could be exploited via the internet according to NASA’s inspector general. […]

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China Blocking Gmail

China Blocking Gmail

March 22, 2011

Google has recently reported that there have been some email disruptions over in China stating that people are having trouble accessing Google’s Gmail program. Sporadic access to the email system has been experienced by users in China for weeks. Access has been reported as sporadic for some but completely blocked for others. Google, which is […]

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Keep Your Computer Safe with a Windows Service Pack

Keep Your Computer Safe with a Windows Service Pack

March 16, 2011

Windows 7 debuted back in 2009 and it is starting to show its age, if only just a little. One sign of this is the fact that Microsoft has released the first Service Pack for the operating system. If you don’t already know, a service pack is a collection of updates, bug fixes and enhancements […]

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Mississippi Sheriff’s Office Upset Over Poor Computer Service

Mississippi Sheriff’s Office Upset Over Poor Computer Service

March 8, 2011

The Adam’s County Sheriff’s Office out of Adam’s County, Mississippi, is more than ready tho throw out a newly purchased $109,000 computer system due to the fact that it doesn’t work, according to ACSO Major Billy Neely. Neely addressed the Adams County Board of Supervisors at their most recent meeting about the faulty system.

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Major Cyber Attack Hits South Korea

Major Cyber Attack Hits South Korea

March 4, 2011

A computer virus attacked 40 computers in Seoul, South Korea today which included the presidential Blue House, the Foreign Ministry, the country’s biggest bank, the two largest search engines, a major online auction house and some military sites for both Korea and America. TheĀ sourceĀ of the attack was not immediately clear, however, the National Police Agency […]

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