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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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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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