I have been interested in learning about biological systems for a few years now, generally about the human body and its functioning. The immune system, in particular, has intrigued me ever since. The reason for my keenness is to understand how nature has responded to external threats, dust particles, viruses, bacteria, fungi, parasites – pathogens […]

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At SecPod, we strive towards delivering the solution to enhance user experience. SanerNow 4.4.0.0 comes with a bundle of new additions, enhancements and bug fixes to increase efficient product usage. In this release we have brought several enhancements to Patch Management, Endpoint detection and response and Agent Deployment Tool, covering other general enhancements and bug […]

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In a bid to fix three new vulnerabilities in its browser, Google has issued updates for Chrome on all the major platforms. The search giant published an advisory to address the high-severity vulnerabilities, with the most severe one leading to arbitrary code execution and claimed by the Google Development Team as “being exploited in the […]

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Linux users, beware! One of the most powerful and well known command line utility, sudo, could aid users to gain superuser privileges in spite of the existing restrictions. With sudo being installed in almost all flavors of UNIX-like operating systems, a major number of users could possibly be affected. Who said security was easy? Right, […]

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Samba is a file share server which is a re-implementation of the SMB protocol. Apart from being a server for sharing files and printers, Samba can also be used to access the file system on a Windows machine from a Unix machine. A security researcher, Stefan Metzmacher together with the Samba Team discovered a critical […]

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