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11 ways to protect your backups

A disaster in your datacentre is more likely than you think, and whether it comes from a site disaster, or a user falling victim to ransomware, you can always rely on your backups.

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October 2017 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

The October patches address a total of 29 unique vulnerabilities, across Windows client and server operating systems, the Internet Explorer 11 and Edge web browsers, and the ChakraCore scripting engine.  

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Introducing GFI MailEssentials v. 21

Recent malware trend reports show the need to have a solid email security solution which can stop both spam and malware before hitting the user’s inbox. Here is where GFI MailEssentials can help.

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Test drive – GFI OneGuard

GFI OneGuard is the latest tool from GFI, offering antivirus, patch management, resource management, and reporting in a single, easy to use application.

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Should I deploy monitoring software on your servers?

How do you monitor what goes on within your infrastructure? Do you gather logs, use SNMP, query WMI, or do you deploy agents that report in?

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To reboot or not reboot, that is the question

We either reboot our servers because that’s what we’ve always done and it’s worked out okay so far, or we don’t because the very idea is an affront to our technical sensibilities.

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Third Party Patch Roundup – August 2017

This August we have somewhat fewer than usual patches to deal with from some of our vendors, while the rest are running around the average number.

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Better reliability, no more surprises

Here at GFI Software we are continuously striving to provide a better customer experience. One important factor in making sure this happens is ensuring all our systems are kept healthy and up to date with the latest patches.

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The 10 worst ransomware attacks that ever happened

If there’s one word that can strike fear equally in the hearts of end users, security pros, and CIOs, it’s ransomware. From the first to the most recent, these are the ten attacks to remember.

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Best practices for changing your SMTP banner

When systems connect to your email system’s external connector, the only thing they must see is a 220 response, which is the SMTP response code that indicates the server can accept email.

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