Monthly Archives: October 2012

New Shockwave Player Version Released, Six Vulnerabilities Patched

New Shockwave Player Version Released, Six Vulnerabilities Patched

October 24, 2012

Adobe recently fixed a number of critical vulnerabilities in its Shockwave Player. A total of six critical problems were discovered by the company that could potentially be exploited by hackers to execute malicious code. These vulnerabilities have since been patched, however, thanks to Adobe’s version 11.6.8.638 of the Shockwave Player software. Five out of the […]

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Audio Visual Installation Projects made easy!

Audio Visual Installation Projects made easy!

October 11, 2012

Audiovisual communications technologies include sound, video, lighting, display and projection systems. Additionally, rental and staging services are included in the audiovisual industry. Computer Service Now has trained professional technicians and installers that can make your corporate AV project easier because we have thousands of qualified AV professionals in thousands of cities worldwide. In essence, Computer Service […]

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Mozilla Pulls Firefox 16, Re-Releases Next Day with Bug Patches

Mozilla Pulls Firefox 16, Re-Releases Next Day with Bug Patches

October 10, 2012

Mozilla recently re-released Firefox 16 after pulling the browser when a developer discovered a critical bug that could potentially be used by attackers to hack your computer. Mozilla recently turned on its upgrade servers and began pumping out Firefox 16.0.1 to users who had previously downloaded the flawed web browser and those that were still using Firefox 15 […]

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How Changing Internet Browsers Can Increase Cyber Security

How Changing Internet Browsers Can Increase Cyber Security

October 4, 2012

While no internet browser out there can offer you complete and total security, you could increase your protection by switching your browser, especially if you change to one that is less well known than others. In addition to that, deciding to use one browser for highly sensitive tasks and using another one for everyday web […]

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What are malware, viruses, spyware, and cookies, and what differentiates them?

What are malware, viruses, spyware, and cookies, and what differentiates them?

October 3, 2012

Sometimes putting something into a QA style helps people understand, so let’s do this with an issue that affects the entire world. Q: What are malware, viruses, spyware, and cookies, and what differentiates them? A: Let us take the easy one first. “Malware” is short for malicious software and is typically used as a catch-all […]

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