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Top Cyber Stories for December 2021

The Apache Log4j Vulnerability Also known as Log4Shell, the Apache Log4j vulnerability was THE cybersecurity news story of December and one of the most significant of 2021 and likely 2022. A flaw in the widely used Java logging library, it was first disclosed on December 9. The vulnerability was first discovered in Minecraft and allows […]

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Impact of Log4j vulnerability on GFI

A new 0-day vulnerability, formally known as CVE-2021-44228, was published on the NIST National Vulnerability Database on Friday, December 10. It is found in the Log4j Java library.  Log4j is a popular open source logging library made by the Apache Software Foundation. The security vulnerability found in Log4j allows hackers to execute remote commands on […]

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Microsoft Patch Tuesday Patch Roundup for November

Microsoft rolled out a not overly heavy 55 fixes in November’s Patch Tuesday, but it includes several critical issues and six zero-days.

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Third-party patch roundup for October 2021

October was a scary month, not just because of Halloween, but because of the number of patches from software vendors to avoid nasty tricks.

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Microsoft Patch Tuesday Roundup for October

Microsoft’s October Patch Tuesday offers fixes for more than 70 vulnerabilities, including four zero-days and updates for Windows 11.

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Third-party September patch roundup: Another heavy month of fixes

September patches from software vendors other than Microsoft were numerous, reflecting a new reality where remote workers are targets of hackers.

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GFI FaxMaker makes it easy for administrators

We’re excited to introduce the new and improved GFI FaxMaker which comes equipped with a new interface allowing administrators to easily monitor and manage all faxing and SMS activities.

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Microsoft September Patch Tuesday roundup: 66 vulnerabilities, 2 zero-days

Summer is ending, but the vulnerabilities continue hot and heavy. The Microsoft September patch update has fixes for scores of flaws, several critical.

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GFI August patch roundup: Fixes from non-Microsoft vendors

August was a light month for patches from non-Microsoft vendors including, Adobe, Linux, and Google, but several critical flaws should get your attention.

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Ransomware-as-a-service: The future is bright — for cybercriminals

Ransomware-as-a-service is the next big threat facing companies large and small because destructive exploits are now available to anyone.

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