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    Archive for March, 2021

    Your Exchange Server Hacked? Not by Brian Krebs!!

    March 29th, 2021 by

    No, I Did Not Hack Your MS Exchange Server “New data suggests someone has compromised more than 21,000 Microsoft Exchange Server email systems worldwide and infected them with malware that invokes both KrebsOnSecurity and Yours Truly by name.”

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    5 common VPN myths busted

    March 28th, 2021 by

    5 common VPN myths busted “Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are popular but often misunderstood. There are many misconceptions about them—misconceptions that may be stopping people from adding a useful layer to their security and privacy defenses.”

    Posted in Handy Software, Network | No Comments »

    Security Mailer (2021 # 12)

    March 28th, 2021 by

    Security Mailer Volume 21 Number 12 Apple Security Updates iOS Watch Mozilla updates Firefox Firefox ESR Thunderbird Pale moon update Cisco Security Advisories Apache updates Linux Updates Patches General Security reviews

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    Security Mailer – 2021 #11

    March 21st, 2021 by

    Security Mailer Volume 21 Number 11 Cisco Security Advisories Router fixes Linux updates and patches Linux Synopsis Microsoft Defender now mitigates for Exchange Server Fixes for printing issues after installing March updates Security update revisions General Security reviews last week Detailed information covering the On Premises Mitigation Tool

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    New Chrome Zero Day Flaw

    March 16th, 2021 by

    Google Warns Mac, Windows Users of Chrome Zero-Day Flaw “The use-after-free vulnerability is the third Google Chrome zero-day flaw to be disclosed in three months. Google is hurrying out a fix for a vulnerability in its Chrome browser that’s under active attack – its third zero-day flaw so far this year. If exploited, the flaw […]

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    Security Mailer (2021 #10)

    March 16th, 2021 by

    Security Mailer Volume 21 umber 10 Mozilla updates Thunderbird mail client Cisco Security Advisories Linux updates and patches Microsoft Tuesday fixes 122 vulnerabilities Released updates for older unsupported versions of Exchange Server, Security updates revised General Security reviews last week Wireshark updates Shadowserver special reports on Exchange Server Krebs on Security coverage of Exchange Server […]

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    Are you using a “free” VPN? Be careful!

    March 15th, 2021 by

    21 million free VPN users’ data exposed “Detailed credentials for more than 21 million mobile VPN app users were swiped and advertised for sale online last week, offered by a cyber thief who allegedly stole user data collected by the VPN apps themselves. The data includes email addresses, randomly generated password strings, payment information, and […]

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    Security Mailer (2021 #9)

    March 14th, 2021 by

    Security Mailer Volume 21 Number 9 (06Mar21) Cisco security advisories Linux updates and patches Microsoft update releases including an emergency release for 0-day vulnerabilities in Exchange Server 2013, 2016, and 2019 General Security reviews last week CISA warnings for Microsoft Exchange Server under attack

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    Security Mailer (2021 #8)

    March 14th, 2021 by

    Security Mailer Volume 21 Number 8 (27Feb21) Mozilla updates Firefox Firefox ESR Thunderbird Pale Moon updated Cisco Security Advisories Linux updates and patches Microsoft Security Advisories revised General Security reviews last week

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    Patch Tuesday March 2021

    March 10th, 2021 by

    Microsoft Patch Tuesday, March 2021 Edition “On the off chance you were looking for more security to-dos from Microsoft today…the company released software updates to plug more than 82 security flaws in Windows and other supported software. Ten of these earned Microsoft’s “critical” rating, meaning they can be exploited by malware or miscreants with little […]

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