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Security holes in Bash affects OS X and Linux

by Niklas Bendelius in Nyheter

Drive to Mac OS X may not immediately think of a security hole in something that runs in the terminal can be a problem. If you drive Linux you quickly realize that this is the case. The latest security hole in Bash, however, are both platforms and this is a most serious bug you should take seriously.

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Security vulnerabilities affecting Internet Explorer

by Niklas Bendelius in Nyheter

Last weekend, Microsoft acknowledged that all versions of Internet Explorer from version 6 onwards are affected by a major security hole. By setting up web sites with malicious code can be a perpetrator to access information, install applications or destroy information on your computer . It does not matter which version of Windows a PC

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Not one Mac user suffers by ”heartbleed”

by Niklas Bendelius in Uncategorized

We wrote yesterday about “heartbleed” – the security hole that surrounds the OpenSSL and what it means for the services, features , and products that are connected to the Internet. Microsoft does not use the OpenSSL because servers based on Microsoft’s products do not need to be updated or corrected (unless the third party products such as the Apache Web server installed ) . Customers of Apple

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