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Addressing an age-old security threat: Laziness

Security is a battle waged on multiple fronts. While we’re focusing on keeping the criminals outside of the network castle, we must also guard from the dangers posed by the enemy within

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Q2 Exchange updates are a little thinner than last time, though no less important

While most of us have been spending time at the beach, or perhaps at the lake, this summer, the Exchange Team has been hard at work on the latest round of Cumulative Updates for Exchange.

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When your inbox has a surprise and it’s called ransomware

When your inbox has a surprise and it’s called malware, there are several steps you can take to help protect yourself, and minimize the potential damage. Here’s what you need to know.

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How to reach GFI technical support

Here at GFI Software, our aim has always been to take care of our partners and customers, and provide them with the support they need to fulfill the everyday challenges the world of IT security and communications decides to throw at them.

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July 2017 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

This month, we have the monthly CUs for the Internet Explorer and Edge web browsers, the monthly roll-ups for Windows 7/Server 2008 R2, Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2, and Windows 10.

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International quality standards for GFI Software’s product help and documentation

GFI Software has been awarded a total of four awards in the regional and international categories at the STC, the Society of Technical Communications.

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Importance of patch management in preventing ransomware attacks

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that in recent years ransomware has become one of the biggest threats to computer systems and networks, from individuals to enterprises.

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Third party patch roundup – June 2017

Many of the latest high profile attacks target Microsoft Windows and its components, but that doesn’t mean third party software isn’t vulnerable to serious attacks.

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Is your organization in denial about the Denial of Service threat?

Denial of service attacks aren’t quite as exotic or high profile as some of the other types that command headlines today but that doesn’t make them any less dangerous.

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PetrWrap, WannaCry and the importance of layered security in business

PetrWrap has already infected major networks such as the Ukrainian power company, the Ukrainian central bank and Kiev’s international airport. Pharmaceutical company Merck, shipping company Maresk and the Chernobyl power plant have also been at the receiving end of these attacks.

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