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Transforming IT & Cybersecurity into a Business Enabler


BlueKeep-like Vulnerabilities in Windows

Patching new wormable vulnerabilities in MS Remote Desktop

Microsoft is urging users to patch a series of critical, BlueKeep-like vulnerabilities in Windows that could be used to spread malware and affect as many as 800 million machines.
Microsoft released a set of fixes for Remote Desktop Services that include two critical Remote Code Execution (RCE) vulnerabilities, CVE-2019-1181 and CVE-2019-1182.


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DNSSEC - Protect Your Web Site Reputation

DNS Threats have been on the rise.  Hackers can intercept DNS Queries and provide false information that would cause the browser to connect to a fake website.  MJJT is concerned about its customers and would like to provide customers with safer solutions.  MJJT recommends using DNSSEC which provides an additional layer of security where the browser can check to make sure the DNS information is correct and not modified.

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Microsoft Breaks Your Computer Again

On February 9, 2016, Microsoft support has suggested an update for Office 2013. The update KB3114717 was recently applied to Microsoft Office 2013 applications. It is no longer available because it was found to cause these applications, including Microsoft Word and Microsoft Outlook, to slow down or freeze due to high CPU usage.

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New cyberweapon: Careto Attack a threat to business and government IT systems

 The new discovery of a large number of malware infections across large parts of the globe has been tracked back to Careto, or "The Mask" in Spanish. Victims of this targeted attack have been found in 31 countries around the world – from the Middle East and Europe to Africa and the Americas.

It is the most dangerous malicious code to IT security in history.

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Why make the move to Windows 10 Pro?

You'll get the familiar yet improved desktop and Start Menus as well as all-new features, such as the Cortana personal digital assistant, Live Tiles, Tablet Mode, OneDrive cloud, storage integration, improved support for touch, pen and voice and so much more. More importantly, you'll get hardware and software enabled features and that help protect device and company information from ever- evolving security threats.

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Time is running out! Upgrade to Windows 10

 Microsoft is making Windows 10 available as a free upgrade for compatible devices currently running a genuine Windows 7 Service Pack or Windows 8.1 Update. The free upgrade is a full version of Windows (not a trial or introductory version) and is available until July 29, 2016.

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What You Need to Know to Protect Your Network

Yesterday, Cisco revealed a vulnerability with their ASA firewalls (CVE-2016-1287) where a hacker could exploit connections to affected systems. At MJJT and Barracuda, we’ve received questions from our NextGen Firewall customers in regards to this; therefore, we felt we should provide a direct answer and solution to this issue.

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April 2014 deadline for Windows XP users approaching fast

 Since Microsoft announced the end of support and patches for its XP version of Windows, businesses have been under pressure to get their systems checked and ready for upgrades to newer versions of Windows. Many have enjoyed over a decade of free updates and security patches from their XP version and as nearly as 29% of all global Windows users are still using XP. So, many will find themselves vulnerable on multiple fronts, should they let the April 8, 2014 deadline pass.

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PCI Compliance

credit card imageIf you have a Merchant Account, you MUST be PCI Compliant.
Are you PCI Compliance?