Posts Tagged ‘software’

New Trojan Resides in Registry

There is a new version of the Kovter Trojan able to exist in a computer’s registry, without needing to be
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Oil, Pharma Firms Spying Victims

Oil, pharmaceutical, metal mining, software, and Internet-centric multi-billion dollar companies are now the focus of a team of hackers looking
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Looking to Secure Supply Chain

The supply chain ends up being the focal point for too many breaches. Your organization may very well be secure,
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Patch Tuesday for Software, OS, Apps

Patch Tuesday this month means 14 bulletins with new versions and patches for Microsoft software, operating systems and applications. The
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Third Party Software a Bug Haven

Third-party programs end up culpable for three quarters of the vulnerabilities discovered in the 50 most popular programs in 2013,
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RSLogix 5000 Password Hole Fixed

Rockwell Automation produced a new version that mitigates a password vulnerability in the Rockwell Automation RSLogix 5000 software, according to
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Security Vital to Mfg Growth

By Ellen Fussell Policastro
With manufacturing moving more toward a digital environment, security will gain greater importance in the
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Exida’s Safety Award Winners

Safety awards may not garner the publicity of the big name shows like the Academy Awards, but rest assured they
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Alstom Patches Software Vulnerability

Alstom created a patch that mitigates an improper input validation in its e-terracontrol software vulnerability, according to a report on
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Update on Patch Mgt., Fighting Malware

Vulnerabilities in software and firmware are the easiest ways to attack a system, and two revised publications provide guidance for
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