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Matousec: Comodo’s Security Still Tops After All These Years

We are now more than half way through 2014 and Comodo finds itself in a familiar place in the ongoing Proactive Internet Challenge, conducted by Matousec.com. As has been the case for almost 2 ½ years, Comodo Internet Security tops there results chart of 38 Internet Security...

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Comodo ASG Introduces Control of Incoming Mail by MTA & Archiving

The latest release of the Comodo Antispam Gateway (CASG) went live today with new features for controlling and archiving email. CASG allows you to remove malware, phishing links & spam from your email traffic before it gets to your network, establishing an effective pre-...

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Penetration vs Vulnerabilty Testing: Do You Know the Difference?

Every time you turn around, it seems there is another high profile data breach in the news that involves the compromise of cardholder data. The Target data breach alone may have compromised the data of more than half of all adult Americans. It has never been more important t...

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vBulletin Announces Emergency Patch for SQL Injection Vulnerabilty

vBulletin Solutions announced this week that they have a critical emergency patch to their vBulletin forum software to fix an SQL injection vulnerability that could allow hackers to access the software’s databases. The vulnerability and fixes apply only vBulletin version 5....

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Report: Amazon Leads Malware Hosts and Getting Worse!

If you would really like to be infected by malware, the best place to go these days is amazon.com! According to a quarterly report for Q2 2014 by Solutionary’s Security Expert Research Team (SERT), Amazon hosts 41% of all malware identified by SERT’s honeynet. A honeynet is...

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Many Servers Vulnerable to Heartbleed. Act Now!

Various news reports have confirmed that many web servers are still vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug, which effects Apache servers running SSL. The bug was first reported early in April of this year. Oracle recently released a list of products affected by the Heartbleed Open...

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Microsoft Releases Emergency Security Update for Windows

Microsoft has released a security advisory to address improperly issued SSL certificates that could be used in attempts to spoof content, perform phishing attacks, or perform man-in-the-middle attacks. This issue affects all supported releases of Microsoft Windows. Windows X...

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Windows XP Lives! Comodo Still Has Your Back

In the latest report by netmarketshare.com, the supposedly dead Windows XP actually increased its market share of desktop operating systems slightly, with a 25.3% share. That makes it the second most popular desktop OS by a wide margin, behind Windows 7 at 50.5% and ahead of...

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Microsoft July Security Release Addresses Critical IE & Windows Security Flaws

This week’s July security fixes by Microsoft address critical security flaws that users are urged to update as soon as possible. Two of the six security alerts bugs that Microsoft rate as “Critical,” its highest security rating. Patches for three of the ale...

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Adobe Fixes Critical Vulnerabilities in Flash and Air SDK

Adobe has released security updates to address multiple critical vulnerabilities in Flash Player and Air that could allow an attacker to steal user credentials and take control of their computer. Users of Windows, Mac and Linux systems should update their Flash Player as soo...

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