Securing your Internet of Things

There is a lot of press coverage on what is called 'The Internet of Things', or abbreviated to IoT. What is IoT? This is a collection of devices that are not typically identified as computers. They can be anything from: Light bulbs connected to a home automation systemDomestic appliancesSensors on industrial plantIndustrial RobotsSystems in autonomous... Continue Reading →

Windows Update Changes

Any regular followers of this site will know that I am a strong advocate of fully licencing software with a valid licence and keeping your licenced software up to date. If you want to read about the consequences of not doing this please see my blog The Dangers to using Unsupported Devices and Software. Microsoft in... Continue Reading →

RDP Bug on Windows – Patch Now

In the past few weeks a highly dangerous vulnerability has been made public in older (and largely unsupported or near end of support) versions of Windows, namely: Windows Server 2008Windows 7 ProWindows 2003Windows XP Pro. This is being named 'BlueKeep' and has been proven to be remotely exploitable without any authentication. There are currently estimated... Continue Reading →

Windows 7 Updates (Updated)

UPDATED 31 May 2019 If you are still on Windows 7, and a corporate without an exit strategy, you need to take note of two things: Window's 7 ceases extended support in January 2020, after which you won't get any security patchesUpdates happening in the next few months, if not applied, will stop your security... Continue Reading →

Android 10 Security and Privacy Updates

Every year around May Google host their global developer conference. This is the venue where developers, and consumers alike, hear about new features provided by Google services and OS's. In the Keynote they normally make most of the main announcements for new features and products, and in this blog I want to focus in on... Continue Reading →

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑