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The Basics on NOT Getting Infected (Updated April 23, 2016)

Windows has design issues…I have talked about it many many times.  However it IS possible to have a malware free system.  It’s really not that hard.  You do need to change your behavior on how you operate your windows systems. 1.  Have a security audit done if you’ve never had one done. 2.  Do not use IE or Edge.  IE’s issues are well documented.  Edge is suffering from basic coding mistakes that come with a […]


Latest major security problem in Windows affects ALL supported versions.

There’s no real way to know how much legacy code is still in Windows but i get it is more than anyone wants to admit.  I see articles that claim windows has been rewritten but i have known for a long time that is not the case.  The latest major security problem in Windows affects everything from the upcoming server 2016(based on Windows 10) all the way back to 7. I have also seen many […]




Major Security Issue For windows(ALL VERSIONS)

this is inside a component that is on nearly every Microsoft machine worldwide.  this includes all versions of xp, vista, 7 and the server versions.  There is no Windows Update yet.  Please use the fixit for me link for a hotfix.  This is a patch for this issue but it may cause issues since it’s not been fully validated.  However this problem allows remote system takeover via IE AND Office. The link to the fixit […]



Intel Small Business Advantage is a security nightmare | SemiAccurate

I can’t copy and paste anything but it explains how the latest intel “Security” addons aren’t secure at all….they make it trivially easy for your system to be hardware rooted..making it impossible for you to regain control of your system. Intel Small Business Advantage is a security nightmare | SemiAccurate.


Critical Windows bug could make worm meat of millions of ...

Update your machines now.  If you are running a server with rdp exposed first firewall it off the internet then use another actual secure vpn to get to that server and update.  I would then never allow rdp direct access to the net again. Microsoft has plugged a critical hole in all supported versions of Windows that allows attackers to hit high-value computers with self-replicating attacks that install malicious code with no user interaction […]