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Patch Tuesday Offers Critical Fixes

Patch Tuesday Offers Critical Fixes
It’s the fourth Patch Tuesday of 2014 -- but it’s the last for Windows XP and Office 2003. Microsoft released four patches on Tuesday -- two are critical and two are important. The patches cover 11 flaws.
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Microsoft Pulls Plug on Windows XP
The end is here -- Microsoft has officially ended support for Windows XP -- and software companies see a lucrative opportunity in Redmond’s moves to stop updating the popular version of its OS.
Against a Wall, Some Buy XP Support
The end is near for the Windows XP operating system, with Microsoft cutting the cord for support on April 8th. Some companies and government agencies still aren't ready and are scrambling to find cover.
Last Fixes Tuesday for XP, Office 2003
That's a wrap. Microsoft is closing the books on Windows XP and Office 2003 support, offering its last update to the software on Tuesday with four security bulletins, two rated critical and two important.
Despite Its Age, XP Remains a Favorite
Microsoft will end its support of Windows XP in less than week, yet the operating system remains more popular than Windows 8 and is only second to Windows 7 with 27.7 percent of the market.
Windows 8 Updates Expected Soon
Using OS feedback, security concerns.
An Anti-Malware Solution for XP?
Firm says secret sauce protects users.
Leak of Microsoft Info Leads To Arrest
Ex-employee held in release of code.
Windows XP Still Popular at the End
Nearly a third of PCs still running OS.
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Network Security Spotlight
Tips To Defeat the Heartbleed Bug
Heartbleed headlines continue as IT admins scramble for answers no one has. Early reports of stolen personal data, including 900 social insurance numbers in Canada, are starting to trickle in.
 
NSC Backs Disclosing Software Vulnerabilities
Disclosing vulnerabilities in commercial and open source software is in the national interest and shouldn't be withheld unless there is a clear need, says the National Security Council.
 
Heartbleed Flaw Affects Hardware, Too
It appears the Heartbleed security bug affects not just Web sites, but also the networking equipment that connects businesses and homes to the Net, including Cisco and Juniper's equipment.
 

Enterprise Hardware Spotlight
Vaio Fit 11A Battery Danger Forces Recall by Sony
Using a Sony Vaio Fit 11A laptop? It's time to send it back to Sony. In fact, Sony is encouraging people to stop using the laptop after several reports of its Panasonic battery overheating.
 
Continued Drop in Global PC Shipments Slows
Worldwide shipments of PCs fell during the first three months of the year, but the global slump in PC demand may be easing, with a considerable slowdown from last year's drops.
 
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Google Glass may find its first markets in verticals in which hands-free access to data is a boon. Medicine is among the most prominent of those, as seen in a number of Glass experiments under way.
 

Mobile Technology Spotlight
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There's a lot to like about Samsung's new Galaxy S5 smartphone -- among them, its relative lack of features. Samsung chose to focus on features people might actually want, not gimmicks.
 
Analyst: Samsung Galaxy S5 Won't Sway iPhone Lovers
The Samsung Galaxy S5 hits store shelves on Friday and the reviews are starting to pour in. The question is: Can the latest in the Galaxy line grab more market share from Apple’s iPhone?
 

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