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Microsoft Security Bulletin for May 14 Patch Tuesday

Microsoft Security Bulletin for May 14 Patch Tuesday

Here it is ladies and gentlemen, the moment you have been anxiously awaiting. May 2013’s Patch Tuesday! Brought to you by Microsoft. Yes, Patch Tuesday is loaded with a plethora of updates that will keep you busy for a few moments. The rundown on the updates is listed below in the advance notification, but suffice […]

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Microsoft Patch Tuesday for April 2013

Microsoft Patch Tuesday for April 2013

It’s that time again!   Microsoft Patch Tuesday is upon us. Let me just say… Update your Microsoft Windows based computers. As you will see below, the biggest vulnerability is your Internet Explorer, which should be updated, even if you are using another browser. Should you require assistance installing these or any other security updates, […]

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Windows 8 automatic restart after updates really upsets some people

Windows 8 automatic restart after updates really upsets some people

So you’ve got Windows 8 and you are loving it, or maybe not. Once you get past that totally different interface, and the login if you are on a domain, one annoying trait that may tweak your shorts is the forced automatic restart after updates are applied. You would notice that where Windows keeps saying […]

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Adobe and Microsoft patches galore for March 2013

Adobe and Microsoft patches galore for March 2013

While spring has not quite sprung, Microsoft and Adobe have both sprung a slew of updates for you. It is important that you apply these updates to your computers and servers in order to keep your network secure. Let’s start with Adobe – Four Flash security holes have been plugged in Flash Player 11.6.602.171 and […]

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We’ve renewed our Microsoft Education Reseller status…. Yea us!

We’ve renewed our Microsoft Education Reseller status…. Yea us!

We’re happy to announce that Homeland Secure IT has renewed our Microsoft Education Reseller status and are good for another year. What does that mean?  Besides having to demonstrate that we know what we are doing through taking an exam, we have to actually have a clue about the sales of Microsoft products specifically available […]

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Apple Macs infected with malware – at Apple Inc

Apple Macs infected with malware – at Apple Inc

Remember the computer that is impervious to malware, the Apple Mac? Well here’s one for you… Yesterday, Apple Inc announced that computers within their own network have been exploited.  Mac computers in other companies have also been exploited. It’s always a heated subject whenever I mention that more and more Apple Macs are becoming compromised. […]

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Microsoft Office 2013 is not transferable to another PC

Microsoft Office 2013 is not transferable to another PC

If you have purchased, or plan to purchase, a new computer with the OEM version of Microsoft Office 2013 on it, please understand that the installation of that Office 2013 can only be done on the computer it was first installed on. In other words, let’s assume you buy a new computer from Homeland Secure […]

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Flash! Savior of the Universe! No, not really….

Flash! Savior of the Universe!  No, not really….

Adobe Flash Player is making more friends (Right up there with JAVA! )…  There are active attacks being reported currently for vulnerabilities that affect not only Microsoft Windows but also Apple Mac. You should insure that updates are installed! Should you require assistance applying these critical security updates to your computer or your entire network […]

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Microsoft hearts you – Post Valentine’s Day patches are coming your way!

Microsoft hearts you – Post Valentine’s Day patches are coming your way!

Strap in….  Patches are ‘a comin’ to your Microsoft Windows based computer or Server on February 12, 2013, just in time for Valentine’s Day. See, Microsoft DOES love you.  Never doubt. That’s right! For the low, low price of only zero dollars, you will be receiving a number of feature loaded patches, the Microsoft Advance […]

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3 Billion Devices Run Java… And many need to update it!

3 Billion Devices Run Java… And many need to update it!

Oracle’s emergency update to Java Runtime Environment and the Development Kit should be applied, immediately. If you are using Java on your system… Please make sure it is up to date, or consider disabling it all together if you can live without it to decrease the likelihood you could become exploited. A large number of […]

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