Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac to be Released in October

Microsoft’s latest version of Office 2011 is due out in October of 2011. It features many improvements over previous versions and comes in the following¬†flavors: Microsoft Office for Mac Home and Student 2011 includes Word for Mac, PowerPoint for Mac, Excel for Mac and Messenger for Mac. It will retail for $119 ¬†for a single install and $149 for the …

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SECURE IT ALERT: Malicious Documents and Images Threaten OS X

Secure IT Alert #2 for Thursday, August 26 2010 More bad news for Mac owners. PLEASE update your systems. We are seeing the number of Mac and *nix exploits ramp up at an alarming rate. Many people have found rootkits were installed on their systems for no telling how long before they were discovered. The following information was provided courtesy …

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SECURE IT ALERT: Adobe to release Reader & Acrobat patches for Windows, Mac & UNIX

Homeland Secure IT Alert for August 18, 2010 Adobe has announced that August 19th will bring out-of-cycle updates to Adobe Reader 9.3.3 across the Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac and UNIX platforms, as well as Acrobat 8.2.3 on Apple Macintosh to address critical vulnerabilities. An update to Adobe Flash player is also anticipated. More info can be found here but the …

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SECURE IT ALERT: Apple Mac Trojan Vulnerability – Patched in OS X Malware Upgrade

Macintosh users are getting their own patches for Mal-Ware lately. Released last week with absolutely no fanfare was OS X 10.6.4 which addresses a Trojan vulnerability among other things. It seems that Apple intentionally has not made a big deal about this security issue, partly to help keep up the appearance that Mac computers are impervious to malicious software. A …

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