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U.S. ballistic missile defense system found to have security flaws

A new government report shows that there are several “systematic flaws” in the U.S. missile defense system. How could this…

New Docker program modernizes legacy Windows Server 2008 apps

Windows Server 2008 will not be supported after January 2020. But a new Docker program will help you containerize and…

Zebrocy Trojan morphs into new variant

Zebrocy malware, a Trojan linked with the Russian-based Sofacy threat group, uses phishing emails with malicious macros to hook its…

Facebook flaw causes millions of user photos to be exposed

More woes for Facebook. A new vulnerability allowed private photos to be exposed to third-party applications. Here’s more on this…

Logitech finally addresses keystroke injection vulnerability

A serious keystroke injection vulnerability found in a Logitech application has after too long a delay been patched. But has…

Get a free Volkswagen? Not so fast — it’s just another scam

A recent campaign plaguing social networks promises a free Volkswagen — and all you have to do is click a…

Microsoft Patch Tuesday for December squashes some nasty bugs

You didn’t think Microsoft would forget you just because it’s the holiday season? The Microsoft Patch Tuesday for December has…

Cisco shares new offerings for service providers and customers

Cisco unveiled a number of new products, features, and upgrades at its recent Connections 2018 event. Here are some of…

Too many minuses: Google+ demise speeded up

The end of Google+, the tech giant’s little-used social media site, was moved up after another potentially destructive vulnerability was…

SAP doubles-down on experience management with its Qualtrics buy

SAP has acquired analytics company Qualtrics. The goal for SAS: expanding its CRM capabilities and improving customer experience.