Apple and Facebook Breaches Result in Multi-Platform Java Updates

If you’re still using Java, you need to patch it yet again—even if you’re using a Mac. Over the last few days both Facebook and Apple have reported network breaches. In both cases, employees at those companies visited a particular web site that was infected with a zero day Java exploit, which then infected the victims with malware.

WatchGuard Security Week in Review: Episode 38 – miniFlame

There was once a time when I had to subscribe to many obscure mailing lists, lurk on underground forums and channels, and visit a ton of buried pages at vendor sites to learn about the latest vulnerabilities, exploits, and breaches. That’s no longer the case.

WatchGuard Security Week in Review: Episode 35 – Adobe Certs

There’s no shortage of information and network security news lately. If you find yourself struggling to keep up with it, due to all your other daily tasks, let my weekly summary videos fill you in. WatchGuard Security Week in Review quickly highlights the most important stories of the week, and lets you know what to do about the ones that might affect you.

WatchGuard Security Week in Review: Episode 34 – IE 0day

Are you too busy to follow security news yourself, but would like quick updates about the latest attacks, vulnerabilities, and trends? Then WatchGuard Security Week in Review is for you. In this weekly video (posted every Friday), I quickly summarize the biggest information and network security news. Rather than let your busy schedule keep you in the dark, give this short recap video a try.

WatchGuard Security Week in Review: Episode 30

I’ve posted today’s weekly security news summary video a bit late, due to some work travel that got in the way of production, but better late than never right? If you’re interested in the biggest information security stories from the week, you’re at the right place.