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Some WA agencies still floored by simple infosec
Poor passwords, patching, and plain text.
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AFP falls short of cyber security audit
Agency compliance claims found wanting.
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WA auditors guess govt database passwords on first attempt
Performance watchdog laments atrocious security.
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Stop the patches
[Blog post] The situation has got out of hand.
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Govt agencies struggle to keep up with patching load
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No fix for those on unsupported OS.
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Font flaw allowed Keybase copycats
Security teams pounce.
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Attacks target Microsoft Word zero day
Google reports flaw with Rich Text Format docs.
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IE watering hole hack added to notorious exploit kit
Criminal hacking kits jostle for top spot.
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Patch Tuesday update addresses 24 bugs, including exploited TIFF zero-day
With the update, users can employ a patch for a TIFF zero-day, which - when exploited - gives attackers the same user rights as targeted individuals.
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With the monthly update, Microsoft will fix a TIFF zero-day impacting users, but not a serious Windows XP flaw under active attack.
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Adobe plugs holes in Flash Player and ColdFusion
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Microsoft patches one zero-day, misses another
Eight bulletins fix 19 unique vulnerabilities in Windows, IE and Office.
Nov 13 2013 8:57AM
No fix for Office zero-day in Microsoft Patch Tuesday
Eight fixes prepared.
Nov 12 2013 6:54AM
No fix for Office zero day in pending Patch Tuesday
Eight fixes prepped.
Nov 11 2013 7:25AM
Twitter accounts were open to highjack via CSRF flaw
Attackers could read direct messages, post tweets.
Nov 7 2013 1:04PM
WordPress automates patching
One less thing to worry about.
Nov 1 2013 9:00AM
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