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FireEye denies that it ‘tried to cover up vulnerabilities’

Security firm FireEye reportedly attempted to stop any public disclosure of an important series of vulnerabilities in its suite. The patched flaws included the default use of the root account on a number of Apache servers that were providing services to FireEye’s clients. Using the root account, an attacker would be able to compromise the server, obtaining any data, starting ... Read More »

Is AVG planning to sell user data to advertisers following privacy policy change?

Czech Republic-based security software vendor AVG, producer of one of the world’s most popular anti-virus software suites, has come under fire over it’s privacy policy, which appears to allow it to sell users’ data to advertisers.  The company, though, in a blog posting and an email to Computing, denies that it is planning to sell “personally identifiable data” to anyone.  ... Read More »

The advantages of managing DR from the hypervisor rather than the storage layer

Disaster recovery has always one of those things that everyone needs but which few mput enough time into thinking about, favouring the default option, which may not always be the best choice. In the current world, which is defined by hybrid and private clouds – and above all virtualisation – the entire model of DR/BC has changed, but people may ... Read More »

IBM and AT&T partner to provide enterprise mobile cloud security

IBM and ATT are teaming up to provide a mobile cloud security solution that is designed to allow users “to be productive without compromising security and the mobile user experience”. ATT and IBM’s mobile cloud security solution is designed to provide enterprise users with “simple tools” that can be deployed to “properly enable” a growing mobile workforce while ensuring it ... Read More »

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