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Windows 7 and XP are obsolete, but that hasn’t stopped almost a quarter of Windows users using them. It’s a security nightmare waiting to happen. Friends don’t let friends use insecure Windows. Microsoft’s stopped issuing security patches for those ancient versions, so it’s a bit of a worry. It’s not 2015 any more, let alone 1605. But it is 11/05. In today’s SB Blogwatch, we’re a vaudevillian veteran, cast vicariously as both victim and villain. Your humble blogwatcher curated these bloggy bits for your entertainment. Not to mention: vichyssoise
steven36 posted a topic in Security & Privacy NewsThe PCI Security Standards Council has asked all e-commerce platforms and those carrying out transactions online to migrate from existing SSL/early TLS protocols to a more secure TLS v1.2 or higher, stating that SSL/early TLS are no longer considered secure forms of encryption for payment card data. The PCI Security Standards Council has set 30th June as the deadline for organisations to migrate from insecure SSL protocols to more secure ones not only because the proposal has been repeatedly postponed since 2015, but also because hackers are increasingly exploiting hole
vissha posted a topic in Security & Privacy NewsMicrosoft’s Obscure ‘Self Service for Mobile’ Office Activation Microsoft requires a product activation after installing. Users of Microsoft Office currently are facing trouble during telephone activation. After dealing with this issue, I came across another obscure behavior, Microsoft’s ‘Self Service for Mobile’ solution to activate Microsoft Office via mobile devices. Microsoft describes how to activate Microsoft Office 2013, 2016 and Office 365 within this document. There are several possibilities to activate an installed product, via Internet or via Telephone for in