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Teams of software experts have discovered a bug in both Intel and AMD processors that can allow malicious code access to confidential information. Some patches are currently available, but not all aspects are fixable at the moment. This issue is serious and effects Microsoft Windows, Apple MacOS and Linux as well as as mobile devices Apple iOS and Google ChromeBooks. Basically anything with an Intel or AMD effected CPU. Keep up to date on your patches, Retire old Out of Service Operating systems. Yes people are still using XP, 2003, etc. It’s time for them to go away finally. No patches will come out for older OS making them just huge targets. Keep your OS and AV up to date or just ask us about RMM and WebRoot. Read more in the links below. https://www.pcworld.com/article/3245606/security/intel-x86-cpu-kernel-bug-faq-how-it-affects-pc-mac.html http://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/01/04/intel_amd_arm_cpu_vulnerability/
If you have any Eltima Software installed on your Mac, you may have some Malware along with it. This is another legitimate piece of software that Hackers have managed to sneak in some malicious code. Remember recently CCleaner suffered the same fate. Look for the existence of any of these files: /tmp/Updater.app/ /Library/LaunchAgents/com.Eltima.UpdaterAgent.plist /Library/.rand/ /Library/.rand/updateragent.app/ Read the full article on the Register (link below) http://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/10/20/mac_os_reinstall_eltima_elmedia_malware/ This proves that you can do everything as securely as possible and still get compromised from a “Trusted” source. Safe computing, and ALWAYS have a reliable trusted AntiVirus software installed. We Recommend WebRoot.
We encourage all our clients to use WebRoot on all their networked machines. It only takes one unprotected computer to compromise your entire network. Read below on what Not to do.
A Los Angeles hospital has paid a $17,000 to cyberattackers who crippled its network by encrypting its files, a payment that will likely rekindle a fierce debate over how to deal with a problem known as ransomware.Source: Hospital pays $17,000 ransom to get access back to its encrypted files
We Prefer WebRoot, it’s Small, Super Fast and Very reliable. Installs in 1 minute, Full scan on most computers in LESS that 5 Minutes! But hey, you could use Trend and deal with this.
Trend has patched that problem and another remote execution flaw found by a well-known Google security researcherSource: Trend Micro flaw could have allowed attackers to steal all passwords
This terrifying malware destroys your PC if detected | PCWorld.