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Cisco recently released a publication bundle of security advisories for its Cisco IOS and IOS XE Software, the operating systems that run Cisco’s routers and switches. The bundle contains 20 security advisories that describe 22 vulnerabilities in Cisco IOS & IOS XE Software. Successful exploitation of the vulnerabilities could [...]
The current version of Enterprise Vault is 12.2. If you currently have maintenance with Veritas, an upgrade may be provided at no charge. Veritas will start the End of Life process on the earlier releases of these products including any Maintenance Packs and/or patches for each version, in all [...]
Due to a decision by Google to stop trusting Symantec-issued SSL certificates, users of the Chrome browser will soon receive a security warning when visiting sites secured with a certificate that has Symantec as the Root Certificate Authority. This includes certificates issued by Symantec’s other brands: Verisign, Thawte, & [...]
Cisco recently released a security advisory detailing a critical vulnerability in its Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) software that, if exploited, could allow remote code execution and denial of service. Cisco has also released software updates to address this vulnerability. If you are running a version of ASA software equal [...]
2/1/2018 Post from Microsoft Delivering a secure and productive modern workplace is a top priority for many of our commercial customers, and we’re committed to help. Last July, we took a big step forward in this journey with the introduction of Microsoft 365, a new product suite that brings [...]
If you are running Microsoft products that are no longer within mainstream support (for example, Windows Server 2008R2) and if you have Help Desk support services within your Master Agreement at CTComp for systems with these products, there may be times when CTComp will pass along a $499 support [...]
Google Project Zero has publicly disclosed a vulnerability with modern CPUs related to side-channel “speculative execution” exploits, which have been named Spectre and Meltdown. This is an industry-wide issue, impacting all manufacturers’ PC and server hardware using the affected CPUs. Malicious code designed to exploit this vulnerability could potentially [...]
CTComp has been following a developing story in the tech world and we wanted to share with you what we know so far. Researchers have discovered a security vulnerability that affects nearly all modern processors and operating systems. These vulnerabilities are known as “speculative execution side-channel attacks” but you [...]
HP Battery Recall HP has released an important safety announcement. The following explains the HP Notebook Computer and Mobile Workstation Battery Safety Recall and Replacement Program. HP Battery Recall – It is Essential to Read and Check Your Battery – Applies to ProBook 640, 645, 650, 655G2, 655G3, ZBook 17G3, [...]
Sitefinity Security Advisory We have been notified that Sitefinity has issued an advisory and a software patch for a security vulnerability in their platform. We recommend applying the patch as soon as possible. For more information about the vulnerability, please see the advisory and link below from Progress. Sitefinity [...]
Great day with members and customers on November 1, 2017 at the Connecticut Association for Healthcare at Home Annual Conference! Full day of education, networking, and expert guidance on compliance, agency leadership and gaining a market share foothold in population health management.
The newest Ransomware making headlines today is Wanna Cry/WannaCrypt It affects both servers and devices. Windows 10 is not affected however all older OS versions are. In fact Microsoft released a patch for XP and 2003 even though both are no longer supported for patches! Here is a link [...]