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Do You Still Use Windows XP ?? Update On The Way

Microsoft has warned of state-sponsored cyber-attacks, as it released updates for its Windows operating systems, including Windows XP.  The company stopped supporting XP in April 2014, but has now taken the unprecedented move of including it in the firm’s latest

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Busy Day For IT Departments; Possible Zombie Cyber-Attack Today

A cyber attack which crippled more than 200,000 computers in 150 countries could strike again today, coming back to life in systems that have already been fixed.  The anonymous British IT expert who discovered a “kill switch” which slowed the

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Bad Or ‘Stupid’ Passwords To Be Banned By Microsoft

In light of security leaks, most notably Wikipedia’s 2012 security breach where millions of passwords were uncovered, Microsoft wants to ban or prevent us from using what they call stupid passwords. From these security leaks Microsoft has been able to

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Microsoft “Dynamically Banning” Weak Passwords For Security Reasons

  A black hat hacker leaked 117 million LinkedIn credentials on black market last week and it was the user’s easy-to-guess passwords that made it possible.  As a result, Microsoft is “dynamically banning” all weak and commonly used passwords across

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