In a blog post today, Twitter announced that they had identified a bug that stored account passwords, in clear-text (unmasked), in an internal log. Continue reading “Time to change your Twitter Password”
So … it seems that Cars in Space is a thing now!
And so ends Cisco Live Europe 2018 … Day 5 has been and gone, and let me tell you … what a fantastic week!
Wow, so Day 3 of Cisco Live went by in a blur, and I let the night disappear into an evening of playing with my new Apple. So, what about Day 4?!
Day 3 has arrived, it’s like it’s only yesterday since Day 2 … oh wait, it was 🙂
Jokes aside, Day 3 was another day crammed full of education, information sharing, and a chance to attend a “Whisper Sessions” with one of the Business Owners for Intersight!
Wow – so Day 2 of Cisco Live Europe (#CLEUR) 2018 was BUSY! There were keynotes, there were presentations, there were meetings … oh … and I won a prize!
Greetings from Barcelona – it’s nearly the end of January 2018, it’s sunny, and … it’s time for Cisco Live Europe 2018 #CLEUR
So, 2018 has really kicked off with a bang! If you use a computer, tablet, phone, etc (hint, if you think you’re not then how are you reading this page 😉 )… then you really need to be aware of one of the latest vulnerabilities … and, I would argue, one of the most significant the IT industry has faced to date!
World, meet Meltdown and Spectre Continue reading “2018 brings … Meltdown and Spectre!”
In recent days, Intel has announced a new set of vulnerabilities that could potentially impact certain PCs, servers, and IoT platforms. Continue reading “Nov 2017 – Intel Security Vulnerabilities”