Monthly Archives: April 2014

Hosted Desktops Safe from latest Microsoft warning of Internet Explorer flaw

Microsoft has warned consumers that a vulnerability in its Internet Explorer browser could let hackers gain access and user rights to their computer. The flaw affects Internet Explorer (IE) versions 6 to 11 and Microsoft said it was aware of “limited, targeted attacks” to exploit it. Hosted Desktops however provided upon Microsoft Windows server operating systems have...
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Microsoft Buys Nokia Phones

The era of Nokia as a mobile phone manufacturer is over after Microsoft completed a deal to buy the Finnish firm's troubled device division. Microsoft acquires Nokia's smartphone and mobile phone businesses as part of the $7.5bn (£4.46bn) deal, plus its design team, most of its manufacturing and assembly facilities and operations, and sales and marketing...
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Heatbleed recent published threat

A recent vulnerability known as 'Heartbleed' was discovered within OpenSSL which could theoretically allow an attacker to steal the private keys of SSL certificates. We would like to let you know that all SSL certificates provided by and used by VirtualTin including all of VirtualTin’s supplier’s websites have been checked and are not affected by this...
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