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Heartbleed update: Some Apps and Android v4.1.1 affected: SSO Alert Priority Moderate
Issue Date: 17-04-2014
An older version of the Android operating system (v 4.1.1) which runs on a variety of mobile handsets and devices is vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug.
ACCC advice about websites data breach: SSO Alert Priority High
Issue Date: 15-04-2014
The ACCC has released a statement advising subscribers about a breach of data collected from websites including SCAMwatch, Recalls Australia, Product
Phishing scams asking for a password reset due to the recent “heartbleed” vulnerability: SSO Alert Priority Moderate
Issue Date: 14-04-2014
The recent heartbleed vulnerability has attracted a large amount of mass media coverage.Scammers, using this as an opportunity to undertake phishing s
April 2014 Newsletter
Issue Date: 07-04-2014
On 8 April 2014, Microsoft will no longer support Windows XP. Despite being more than 10 years old, Windows XP is still one of the most commonly used
March 2014 Newsletter
Issue Date: 13-03-2014
Do you have a router? Do you know what a router is? So far this year, we have seen a number of attacks that target routers rather than your computer,
March security updates from Microsoft and Adobe now available: SSO Alert Priority High
Issue Date: 12-03-2014
Microsoft and Adobe have issued their regular monthly Patch Tuesday security updates, addressing a range of important and critical vulnerabilities.Aff