Two years after the WannaCry ransomware outbreak shone a light on the computer security of the the UK’s National Health Service, and five years after Microsoft said it would no longer release patches for Windows XP, the NHS still has 2300 PCs running the outdated operating system.
Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.
Two months after the alarm sounded warning of a WannaCry-level event, progress in patching exposed Windows systems varies by country and industry.
This is either a minor controversy blown out of proportion, or the latest example of Microsoft’s disregard for its users’ wishes.
Don’s laptop is infected with malware and he’d like a clean machine, what’s the best way?
What’s the cheapest way to get my Windows laptop swept and cleaned out of malware etc? Don
There are two obvious ways to clean a Windows laptop, and both of them are free. The first is to run a number of anti-malware programs to find and remove the bad stuff. The second is to reset it to factory condition. Continue reading...
Recently my Mid-2011 21″ iMac showed its age. No longer able to get Apple OS updates it was time to retire the faithful machine. I beleive this is the longest I have ever had a primary computer still working at my level of expectations. However, as I started looking at a replacement/upgrade I grew sour […]
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