Yes, you should keep your online store patched – but please be sure that the patch you are installing isn’t itself malicious.
BlackBerry keeps its promises, releasing the first regular security patch for its PRIV Android phone.
Windows 10! No more update headaches for home users – huzzah! Automatic updates save the day!
Umm… Oh dear. Maybe that wasn’t such a great idea after all…
It’s great that Adobe has fixed the latest vulnerability in Flash, which was being actively exploited by online criminals.
But what are you doing to reduce the risk before the *next* flaw is found?
If you are using Apple computers or iDevices, I recommend that you update your operating system as soon as possible – because on Tuesday the Cupertino-based firm published some critical security updates.
On Saturday 8th March, Windows XP users will start to see a message appearing on their computers.
And the message is pretty important…
A critical vulnerability has been discovered in Adobe Flash, which is being exploited by online criminals.
Computer users are advised to patch their systems now.
Don’t end up in the hackers’ gunsights. Patch your computers against the latest Adobe and Microsoft security flaws – some of which are already being exploited.
Be careful watching movies on your Mac – they could come with an unexpected extra feature… malware.
Be sure to install Apple’s critical security update now.
Adobe tells computer users to protect themselves against “targeted attacks” that are being “exploited in the wild”.
And that means patching Adobe Flash. Again.
Read more in my article at Naked Security.
It was “Patch Tuesday” yesterday, which means another parcel of security updates for computer users to unwrap, and this time the fixes aren’t just from Microsoft, but from Adobe too.