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Vulnerability in Magento Sites

This major vulnerability announced today effects virtually all versions of Magento Community Edition and Enterprise Edition prior to and, particularly any utilizing registration forms.  

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Remote Execution Vulnerability in D-Link & Trendnet Routers

If you have one of these routers at home or at work, get a new router right away.  Since other brands may be vulnerable as well, do some homework first.  Our recommendation would be to flash any compatible router over

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Google to Enter Wireless Business with Hybrid Service

Google is set to enter the wireless market with devices that switch automatically between cell and WiFi service, depending on what’s available.

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Canonical Announces End of Ubuntu One

While the headline here says it all, I can’t say I’m all that surprised.  With so many competing products tripping over themselves to give away a few GB of free cloud storage, there doesn’t seem much of an upside for

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Daylignt Savings Time & Heart Attacks?

Since I’m such a fan of all things Benjamin Franklin, I feel compelled to respond to the story about Daylight Savings Time causing an increase in heart attacks.  While this may or may not be factual, and it makes sense

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The Target Security Failure

At the very least, this case should provide interesting insight into the many vulnerabilities that are present in our current credit card processing systems. Will Target’s Lawsuit Finally Expose the Failings of Security Audits?    

Posted in Uncategorized The Gurdian reports that Microsoft may be ready to kill Windows RT

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