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Fri, 05 Jan 2018 01:12:53 GMT
Microsoft patches Windows to cool off Intel's Meltdown – wait, antivirus? Slow your roll - The Register
Microsoft has released updates for Windows to block attempts by hackers and malware to exploit the Meltdown vulnerability in Intel x86-64 processors – but you will want to check your antivirus software before applying the fixes. The Redmond giant ...


Wed, 10 Jan 2018 17:23:35 GMT
A mess of Microsoft patches, warnings about slowdowns — and antivirus proves crucial - Computerworld
Welcome to another banner Patch Tuesday. Microsoft yesterday released 56 separately identified security patches for every supported version of Windows, Office, .Net, Internet Explorer and Edge. Out of that monstrous pile, only one patch cures a ...and more »


Wed, 14 Feb 2018 18:27:14 GMT
Fachie leads latest north athletes heading for Gold Coast Commonwealth Games - Іnsіdеr Cаr Nеws
... by the Athletics Kenya (AK) to turn up and compete at the Commonwealth games trials. "Our law enforcement and security agencies are among the best in the world and are working tirelessly with event organisers to deliver a safe and secure Games", he ...and more »


Thu, 04 Jan 2018 22:04:10 GMT
How to protect your PC from the Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws - PCWorld
Microsoft pushed out an emergency Windows patch late in the day on January 3. If it didn't automatically update your PC, head to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update, then click the Check now button under “Update status ...


Tue, 09 Jan 2018 12:29:53 GMT
Microsoft yanks buggy Windows Meltdown/Spectre patches for AMD computers - Computerworld
The hastily released Jan. 4 Windows Meltdown/Spectre patches left many AMD computer owners in a bind. Complaints started flowing in shortly after the release, with blue screen errors 0x000000C4 and 0x800F0845, and machines that stubbornly refused to ...


Wed, 03 Jan 2018 00:33:45 GMT
Avira Antivirus Pro review: Great performance, but the free version is probably sufficient - PCWorld
Antivirus Pro—the subject of this review—is its main product for home users. Like its competitors, Avira has an “ultimate” package called Prime that offers all its products for a single price. It's quite pricey, however, at $120 to $156 per year ...


Wed, 10 May 2017 22:38:17 GMT
Third party antivirus programs interfere with Windows Defender critical patch - Computerworld
Like others running Windows, I have been dutifully updating Window Defender the last few days with a fix for a critical bug. The update procedure is simple. Open the Control Panel, click on Windows Defender, and then check for updates. The only thing ...and more »


Wed, 06 Dec 2017 11:01:36 GMT
Windows 7 vs Windows 10 comparison - Tech Advisor
Windows 8 was a radically different operating system to Windows 7 but with Windows 10 Microsoft brought back the legacy look and feel of Windows 7, but improved performance and added new features. Here's our comparison of Windows 7 vs Windows 10 to ...


Mon, 18 Sep 2017 02:00:15 GMT
The Limits of Antivirus Software - Wall Street Journal
Not only have hackers gotten better at getting around such programs, in rare cases they have even used antivirus software itself to gain a foothold into sensitive data. The result is that many web users are browsing the internet with a false sense of ...


Wed, 28 Jun 2017 00:14:43 GMT
How to protect your Windows computer from the Petya ransomware attack - USA TODAY
Like WannaCry, Petya is targeting a vulnerability in older Windows systems called EternalBlue. One of the best things you can do to protect yourself from these attacks is to download the patches Microsoft provides during updates. Microsoft released a ...

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