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Firefox flaw allows remote code execution

Firefox flaw allows remote code execution

 

If you’re running Firefox you should upgrade now.  The lastest version update included some fixes for Meltdown and Spectre, as well as default blocking of canvas fingerprinting. This version fixes some “hidden” UI code which “easily” allows an attacker to run remote code on the victim’s computer.

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Macleans: 2018 will be the year of cyberwar

Macleans: 2018 will be the year of cyberwar 

 

Given how bad 2017 was in terms of cyber-security, privacy leaks and massive hacks, 2018 is only looking to be worse, according to Macleans magazine. One of the attack vectors to pay more attention to is SMS-Phishing – where phishing attacks are sent directly your mobile device in an effort to harvest it or lock it up (ransomware).

 

Ask me about TWNC's new Security as a Service (SaaS).

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Data Protection for SMB

More data has been created in the past 20 months than in the combined history of the human race.  This phenomenon is likely to repeat itself in the next 18 months.

 

If you’re still backing up using a magnetic media, or employing a system that requires any type of manual intervention you are failing your company.

 

At TWNC, we are extremely good at backup strategies and execution.  End of story.

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