2018 TSI Annual Shopping Outreach

By Nate | December 10th, 2018

The winter holidays are usually the most wonderful time of the year… unless they’re not. For many children and their parents this time of year is often depressing, stressful or simply goes by unnoticed due to more pressing problems. And this is the time of the year where we’re thankful for the opportunity help others … Continued

Microsoft April Patch Tuesday Fixes 65 Vulnerabilities, 24 Critical

By Kenneth Sprague | April 13th, 2018

With the Windows 10 1803 Spring Creators Update delayed at the eleventh hour for unknown reasons, admins and end users will still receive plenty of updates in the April 2018 Patch Tuesday.

New Microsoft Policy Could Ban Users For Offensive Language Starting In May

By Kenneth Sprague | March 27th, 2018

Civil rights advocate Jonathan Corbett did us a favor and did something that most of us never do. He decided to read an updated Terms of Service agreement from Microsoft that he was sent via email and discovered some interesting changes. According to the summary of changes, using offensive language in Xbox services could lead to the suspension or banning of a user, loss of Xbox Gold membership time, and possibly the loss of account balances on the account.

Microsoft March Patch Tuesday Fixes 74 Security Issues

By Kenneth Sprague | March 19th, 2018

Microsoft has released its monthly security updates, and this month the company patched 74 vulnerabilities affecting products such as Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Exchange Server, ASP.NET Core, .NET Core, PowerShell Core, ChakraCore, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Office Services and Web Apps.

Trustico CEO Compromises 23,000 HTTPS Private Keys

By Kenneth Sprague | March 2nd, 2018

March didn’t get off to a great start following the recent revelation that the CEO of a certificate reseller emailed a partner the sensitive private keys for 23,000 TLS certificates. The email was sent on Tuesday by the CEO of Trustico…

Microsoft Arm-Powered Windows 10 PCs: What’s the Difference?

By Roger Murray | February 26th, 2018

Windows 10 on ARM is a reboot of Microsoft’s earlier attempts to meld mobile processors with full laptop experiences. While the latest release promises a robust Windows 10 experience that is nearly identical to x86-based systems, there are some key differences & limitations to keep in mind.

Microsoft February Patch Tuesday Fixes 50 Security Issues

By Kenneth Sprague | February 14th, 2018

Microsoft released the February 2018 Patch Tuesday security updates, and this month’s release comes with fixes for 50 vulnerabilities, along with additional patches for the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities (ADV180002).

Microsoft January Patch Tuesday Fixes 56 Security Issues Plus Zero-Day

By Kenneth Sprague | January 11th, 2018

Microsoft published the January 2018 Patch Tuesday security updates this week.  The release includes fixes for 56 vulnerabilities and three special security advisories with fixes for Adobe Flash, the Meltdown & Spectre flaws, and a defense-in-depth update for Office Applications.

UPDATED: Major Intel Chip Flaw Discovered, Fix Will Slow Down Processors

By Kenneth Sprague | January 3rd, 2018

A significant vulnerability discovered in all Intel processor chips will have a huge impact going forward.  The Register first reported this major design flaw in Linux kernel patch notes.  An update will need to be released for all Linux Distributions, Windows, macOS Operating Systems

Microsoft December Patch Tuesday Fixes 34 Security Issues, 20 Critical

By Kenneth Sprague | December 14th, 2017

Microsoft patched 34 vulnerabilities that are part of its December Patch Tuesday release. A total of 20 vulnerabilities were rated critical and another 12 were rated important. Impacted are Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office, SharePoint and Exchange.

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