Mozilla has decided to block all versions of Adobe Flash in FireFox to protect users from vulnerabilities found in Flash. It’s likely you have the Flash plugin installed on your browsers or if you work in IT you probably already know how risky it can be having an out dated version of Flash installed.
If you’re running a Windows web server you may want to get the latest updates installed. Microsoft has just released Security Bulletin MS15-034 for a vulnerability in HTTP.sys which could Allow Remote Code Execution.
Lenovo is definitely feeling the heat from the on-line backlash regarding shipping Superfish ad-injection software as bloatware adware with their laptops. They’ve now provided instructions on how to remove Superfish from your Lenovo laptop. If you don’t have a Lenovo laptop but fear Superfish might be installed, not to worry links are added for non-Lenovo users as […]
If you buy a new computer with Microsoft Windows pre-installed then the chances are is that it comes with bloatware installed. This is nothing new and these days not only is it expected but is accepted by many. Recently Laptop manufacture Lenovo has jumped into the tech headlines by taking their bloatware a step further […]