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    ·Vuln: Adobe Flash Player and AIR CVE-2014-0556 Unspecified Heap Based Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
    ·Vuln: HP MPIO DSM Manager CVE-2014-2639 Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability
    ·Vuln: libvirt XML External Entity CVE-2014-5177 Multiple Information Disclosure Vulnerabilities
    ·Vuln: libvirt XML Entity Expansion CVE-2014-0179 Information Disclosure Vulnerability
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    New Malware Tool
    Windows Microsoft has released a new tool to help Identify Malware http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/dn798348
    Posted by admin on Tuesday, August 12 @ 08:20:06 MDT (29 reads)
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    HP plans to cut more jobs
    News HP announced that it will be cutting up to 16,000 more jobs last week during it's mid year earnings statement. This has become commonplace for a company that can't seem to create anything innovative. At some point HP will need to stop blaming their problems on too many employees and admit that their senior leadership is clueless.
    Posted by admin on Wednesday, May 28 @ 10:33:28 MDT (63 reads)
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    Does Foxit Software contain 3rd party adware?
    Software I was recently surprised to find out that Foxit Reader now silently installs "Pureleads" adware onto Windows. A very disappointing choice coming from a company that up until now had generated a lot of good user faith. Hope you guys change your minds.. 
    Posted by admin on Wednesday, May 28 @ 10:25:33 MDT (113 reads)
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    Haiku OS Adds Support For Latest Radeon HD Graphics Cards
    PHP-Nuke Haiku OS Adds Support For Latest Radeon HD Graphics Cards
    Posted by admin on Sunday, May 25 @ 19:41:25 MDT (56 reads)
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    The Guardian-NSA collects millions of text messages daily in 'untargeted gl
    Article here
    Posted by editor on Friday, January 17 @ 06:00:01 MST (486 reads)
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    National Cyber Awareness System: TA14-013A: NTP Amplification Attacks Using CVE-
    Details at the US-CERT Site
    Posted by editor on Friday, January 17 @ 05:57:53 MST (444 reads)
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    Microsoft's secret battle against the Tor botnet
    Article location: The Daily Dot
    Posted by editor on Friday, January 17 @ 05:53:08 MST (339 reads)
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    FreeBSD won't trust Intel and Via's chip-based crypto
    BSD Another reason to love FreeBSD. RNGs provided by Intel and Via respectively—will no longer be the sources FreeBSD uses to directly feed random numbers into the /dev/random engine used to generate random data in Unix-based operating systems.
    Posted by editor on Wednesday, December 11 @ 13:31:41 MST (1199 reads)
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    The NSA's Utah Datacenter is suffering from Electrical Surges
    News File this under "It couldn't have happened to a nicer bunch of guys" According to Business Insider the NSA's Utah datacenter has been suffering from electrical surges.
    Posted by editor on Tuesday, October 08 @ 14:15:56 MDT (1256 reads)
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    PC-BSD 9.2 Release is Available
    BSD Rejoice PC-BSD users! The 9.2 release is now available for your tinkering pleasure!
    Posted by editor on Tuesday, October 08 @ 14:09:08 MDT (1238 reads)
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