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  • 09/22/15--14:19: Enterprise Vault 12 Beta
  • On behalf of the entire Enterprise Vault team, we’re pleased to let you know that the Enterprise Vault 12 Beta program will commence in late October.

    We will open up the Beta registration site in early October, and you will of course need to register to take part.

    Enterprise Vault 12 will build upon all the great features we introduced with Enterprise Vault 11.

    Taking part in the Beta, is a great way to get early visibility of new & improved functionality as well as your opportunity to provide us with your feedback.

    Enterprise Vault 12 brings with it a robust new set of features as well as performance and efficiency improvements.

    Enterprise Vault 12 themes of focus:

    ·         Retention Control

    o   Enhanced Classification. 

    o   Gated Deletion. 

    o   New text indexing capabilities 

    ·         Simplified Supervision

    o   More intelligent review capabilities and reporting. 

    ·         Manage Efficiently

    o   New SMTP capabilities

    o   PST migration when using cloud. 

    o   SQL Always on support

    o    Improved export performance 

    ·         End User Productivity

    o   Extensive new set of capabilities for Enterprise Vault Search

     

    We’ll be able to share more details about these features & themes during upcoming Beta kick off calls.

    We hope the Enterprise Vault 12 feature set will motivate you to register & install the Beta code in your test labs.

    The Enterprise Vault 12 Beta kickoff calls will be held on 29th September 2015 in two sessions shown below.

    Webcast 1: 1pm UK time / 7am Eastern US time

    Webcast 2: 1pm Eastern US time

    Invites for the webcast will be sent shortly to those who have participated in previous Beta's.

    If you do not receive an invite to the kickoff calls, and wish to tparticipate in the Beta program please reach out to your Regional Product Manager in either the EMEA or US East or US West regions

     

    To participate in the Beta kickoff calls and the Beta program, you must be an active Enterprise Vault Customer or Partner.

    Thanks from the Enterprise Vault team for your interest and participation.

     

    * Any information regarding pre-release Symantec offerings, future updates or other planned modifications is subject to ongoing evaluation by Symantec and therefore subject to change.


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  • 09/23/15--04:30: Enterprise Vault 12 Beta
  • On behalf of the entire Enterprise Vault team, we’re pleased to let you know that the Enterprise Vault 12 Beta program will commence in late October.

    We will open up the Beta registration site in early October, and you will of course need to register to take part.

    Enterprise Vault 12 will build upon all the great features we introduced with Enterprise Vault 11.

    Taking part in the Beta, is a great way to get early visibility of new & improved functionality as well as your opportunity to provide us with your feedback.

    Enterprise Vault 12 brings with it a robust new set of features as well as performance and efficiency improvements.

    Enterprise Vault 12 themes of focus:

    Retention Control

    • Enhanced Classification. 
    • Gated Deletion. 
    • New text indexing capabilities 

    Simplified Supervision

    • More intelligent review capabilities and reporting. 

    Manage Efficiently

    • New SMTP capabilities
    • PST migration when using cloud. 
    • SQL Always on support
    • Improved export performance 

    End User Productivity

    • Extensive new set of capabilities for Enterprise Vault Search

     

    How to get more information

    We’ll be able to share more details about these features & themes during upcoming Beta kick off calls.

    We hope the Enterprise Vault 12 feature set will motivate you to register & install the Beta code in your test labs.

    The Enterprise Vault 12 Beta kickoff calls will be held on 29th September 2015 in two sessions shown below.

    Webcast 1: 1pm UK time / 7am Eastern US time

    Webcast 2: 1pm Eastern US time

    Invites for the webcast will be sent shortly to those who have participated in previous Beta's.

    If you do not receive an invite to the kickoff calls, and wish to tparticipate in the Beta program please reach out to your Regional Product Manager in either the EMEA or US East or US West regions

    To participate in the Beta kickoff calls and the Beta program, you must be an active Enterprise Vault Customer or Partner.

    Thanks from the Enterprise Vault team for your interest and participation.

    * Any information regarding pre-release Symantec offerings, future updates or other planned modifications is subject to ongoing evaluation by Symantec and therefore subject to change.


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    Scammers are using compromised Instagram accounts to phish for login credentials and earn money through survey scams.

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    Simple Vhd Manager is a tiny portable tool which makes it easier to access and use virtual drives (VHD, VHDX).

    This tool help you to simplify some operations ;

    • Attach – detach Vhd – vhdx – iso Files (Drag and drop)
    • Permanently Attach a Virtual Hard Disk in Windows 7 , Windows 8 , Windos 8.1 , Windows 10
    • Add vhd – vhdx – iso files to the Boot menu
    • Remove vhd – vhdx – iso files from the Boot menu

    Simple VHD manager.jpg

    Supported operating systems: Windows 10 , Windows 8.1 ,Windows 8 , Windows 7 

    Supported languages: English , Turkish , German , Português-Brasil , Greek , French , Hungarian , Korean

    License: Freeware

    Link : Simple VHD manager


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    Highlights from a WSJ Custom Studios report commissioned by Symantec

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    We all know how the cloud delivers greater freedom and connectivity, but what are the attitudes and concerns from executives? And how does employee behavior with the cloud impact data security? 

    Keeping Your Data Safe: Protecting Corporate Information in the Cloud,” a WSJ Custom Studios report commissioned by Symantec, found that while 67% of corporate executives surveyed worldwide use cloud services, only 45% feel very confident when their company’s sensitive data rests in the cloud.

    Symantec commissioned the research to help enterprises understand employee behavior and attitudes with the cloud and provide actionable insights. With the changing landscape, organizations need more visibility, control and protection for data wherever it resides.

    Today’s hybrid environment

    Yesterday’s data was mainly on-premise and easier to protect. IT teams had visibility and control of the endpoints and understood how and where sensitive data was stored and used. Today, organizations exist in a hybrid environment. Data is everywhere employees roam—on-premises, on mobile devices, and in the cloud. IT organizations want the same control and visibility they have for on-premises for cloud environments.

    As organizations adopt cloud applications, they face the challenge of keeping confidential data protected. This sensitive data can include financial information, customer credit card numbers, patient health records, employee IDs, intellectual property (IP), and more.

    While protecting information is and should be a company-wide concern, the report found that 51% of employees believe safeguarding corporate information is the IT team’s problem, not theirs.

    Are your employees putting your data at risk?

    Recent cyber attacks and data breaches continue to make the headlines, but not all threats involve hackers. The behavior of well-intentioned employees can also put sensitive corporate data at risk. While this employee behavior is not intentionally malicious, their attitudes show they’re not too concerned about security risks, which can potentially lead to some disastrous results.

    According to the report:

    • 79% of employees admit to engaging in risky behaviors—intentionally or unintentionally—that place corporate data at risk
    • 48% of employees don’t think about security risks when transferring files or sharing documents over cloud-based services

    Cybercriminals are looking for ways to steal your sensitive corporate data; and this risky employee behavior can assist these criminals.

    For example, an employee uploads a document (with sensitive corporate data) to the cloud to access later at home on her own personal mobile device. While her intentions to be more productive are good, IT doesn’t have visibility to the information, with whom it’s being shared, and how it’s being used. And if the cloud app used by the employee is unsanctioned, the employee creates more risks.

    How common are unsanctioned cloud apps? According to the report, nearly 25% of employees use cloud tools (such as file storage) without IT approval.

    Companies need visibility and control of sensitive data—even if IT has approved or provided the cloud app—because user behavior puts the data at risk. Impacts of data breaches include financial liabilities, regulatory compliance penalties, negative brand impact, having proprietary information leaked to your competitors, and more.

    Learn how to protect your data

    Organizations are taking steps to make the cloud safer by increasing security budgets, educating employees on best practices company wide, and looking for data loss prevention solutions.

    Symantec delivers enterprise-grade DLP for your entire enterprise environment—on-premises, mobile devices, and in the cloud.

    As information moves out of your hands and into the cloud, it raises concerns about security, privacy, and compliance. Symantec Data Loss Prevention (DLP) addresses these issues so you can take advantage of the cloud with control and visibility. It discovers, monitors, and protects your confidential data across cloud, mobile, and on-premise environments. To learn more about Symantec Data Loss Prevention, see: http://www.symantec.com/data-leak-prevention/.

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    A variant of the Kovter malware is the first to use Trojan.Poweliks’ pioneering tricks by residing only in the registry to evade detection.

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    Symantec’s Volunteer of the Quarter initiative highlights and rewards those employees who dedicate their time and talents to those in need. We have a long and proud history of encouraging our employees to volunteer. While the driving force of our efforts is largely altruistic, there is even more to volunteering than giving back to our communities. Volunteering makes our company a better place to work, so employees are helping both Symantec and the organizations they volunteer for.

    This quarter, in conjunction with National Hispanic Heritage Month, we recognize Rebecca Lemoge, Finance Director, Business Processes Team, and her work to enhance educational and economic causes in her local community. Her Take 5 volunteer contributions include work with two nonprofits organizations: Puente and Pescadero Education Foundation.

    I live in Pescadero, California, a rural area of the San Mateo County South Coast, The majority of the community—more than 80 percent by some counts—are first-generation non-English speaking, low income, greenhouse and farm workers. The middle and high school dropout rates are high and attending college is rarely a consideration. My husband and I, along with our two young children, intend to live in this community for the rest of our lives so it has always been important for us to do what we can to support the region’s education and economic prosperity.

    My volunteer activities span a wide range, all designed to share with my community the value of higher education, as well as technology and finance-based careers. Working with Symantec, the Pescadero Education Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching the educational experience of our children, and Puente, the region’s only community resource center, I help to create new opportunities for our students and community.

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    Starting with HOLA

    In 2011, I was first introduced to Symantec’s Hispanic Outreach and Leadership Affinity (HOLA) group, and immediately envisioned ways to involve our Pescadero schools, starting with Symantec’s annual Hispanic Heritage Day celebration in Mountain View. That year, I served as the coordinator for Pescadero High School, allowing students to participate in this event for the first time. The students met with Symantec executives, employee mentors who shared their experiences and advice, and participated in a cybercrime demo and toured the data center. This event was so successful, I continued to bring high school students back in subsequent years and separately coordinated data center tours for middle school math camp students, exposing these rural students to careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

    While the Hispanic Heritage Day celebrations and data center tours brought students to Symantec, through other activities, we bring Symantec to them. Thanks to Eileen Brewer, Director, Security Appliance Team, I’ve hosted the Symantec Server Hands-On Workshop during the Pescadero Elementary School Science and Family Night the past three years. In addition to hearing about STEM careers, the Server Workshop provides students and their parents an opportunity to open up a real server, learn about its components, pull the components out, and put them back in.

    This early exposure to Symantec has opened the eyes of many Pescadero students, however I also wanted to provide a deeper experience for college students so I partnered with Symantec HR and my managers to create a paid, part time, three-month “South Coast” internship for recent Pescadero High School graduates who are currently attending college. The interns commute with me from Pescadero and spend one day a week shadowing me in the office. In addition to learning by observation, they each are given an Excel-based financial analysis project to work on while in the office.

    One of my most memorable experiences was working with my first intern, who had no idea what a corporate office was, or what a Finance or Data Business Intelligence employee did. By the end of the internship, not only was she exposed to new opportunities, she became quite an Excel whiz as well.

    This is what it’s all about. I volunteer because I am passionate about exposing the families and children in my community to the opportunities that are just over the hill from them in Silicon Valley. Puente and the school district do a good job, but I like to reinforce the importance of completing high school and going to college. Being able to bring the kids to Symantec for HOLA events and internships shows them that companies are definitely interested in having them as future employees.

    Beyond technology: Art in Action

    In addition to providing activities where students can learn about technology, I have a passion for the arts.

    I started volunteering through the Pescadero Education Foundation as an Art in Action docent at Pescadero Elementary School in 2012 when my son was in kindergarten and extended my commitment to support my daughter’s class as well. The program includes 12 two-hour classroom art lessons over the course of the school year, each requiring two to three hours of preparation. It’s a deep commitment, but one that is extremely rewarding.

    During my Art in Action lessons  I also reinforce the importance of education. Recently, the third graders were being tested for the first time and a group came to tell me how difficult the testing was for them. I responded by encouraging them to take both school and testing seriously so they could go to college. I also lightened the mood by telling them I had an ulterior motive: I love to travel and want to attend their college graduations.

    Opportunities to grow and contribute

    Nearly a third of the people of San Mateo’s South Coast depend on Puente’s wide array of community programs. Puente both advocates for our communities and leverages resources that foster economic prosperity and security.

    I’ve supported Puente for many years, and in early 2013 I became a member of Puente’s Finance Committee. I leverage my day-job experiences by building financial statement analyses and forecasting models. Each quarter, the Finance Committee reviews their financial statements and makes any needed updates to the budget before board meetings.

    I take deep pride in these volunteer experiences and while I know that I am contributing to my community, I am also growing both personally and professionally. My work with Puente has also allowed me to gain significant 501(c)(3) expertise, especially as it relates to nonprofit accounting and fundraising.

    Beyond my own contributions, I love watching my family and coworkers Take 5 by getting involved. My husband is a stay-at-home Dad and volunteers to do facilities work for the school district and is often working at Pescadero Elementary. He also is a volunteer coach to our kids’ ASYO soccer teams every fall and spring season. My Symantec colleagues have been wonderful about volunteering to be mentors for the HOLA student events, including Miguel Jimenez, Director of Financial Planning and Analysis at Symantec, who has gone above and beyond to help out every time I’ve asked. The students are always impressed by him, and love learning that his father, Francisco Jiménez, is a famous Mexican author they’ve read in school.

    I would encourage others to get involved in volunteering and Take 5—you never know exactly what your impact is, but every once in a while you do get a glimpse and it’s absolutely amazing.

    Rebecca Lemoge is Symantec's Finance Director, Business Processes Team


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    By default Windows is configured to automatically download and install the driver when a device is plugged in for the first time. Sometime a specific or driver can be shown to be causing problems (BSOD, etc.).

    If you wish, you can prevent Windows from automatically downloading and installing Drivers, by editing the Windows Registry.

    Navigate to the following key in Windows Registry:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\DriverSearching

    Set the value SearchOrderConfig to 0 to block driver updates.

    Then restart the computer.

    Note: In case you have to enable again the driver download and updates, set the value of 1.


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    1. Add the desired RSYSLOG information into the existing corresponding directives in /usr/local/nukona/appstore_cu/appstore_cu/settings_local.py, as shown below:

    REMOTE_SYSLOGGING_ENABLED = True
    REMOTE_SYSLOG_MODE = 'daemon'
    SYSLOG_SERVER_ADDRESS = 'rsyslog.domain.com'
    SYSLOG_SERVER_PORT = 514
    SYSLOG_SERVER_LOGGING_LEVEL = logging.DEBUG

    2. Restart the Mobility services, as root enter:

    /etc/init.d/appcenter-services restart

    3. Ensure that the RSYSLOG server is properly setup to receive logging data from the Mobility FE.   See http://www.rsyslog.com/doc/v8-stable/configuration/index.html for additional information.


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    詐欺師は、侵入した Instagram アカウントを悪用してフィッシングサイトでログイン情報を集め、アンケート詐欺でお金を稼ごうとしています。

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    Kovter マルウェアの亜種は、レジストリ内にのみ潜んで検出をすり抜けるという Trojan.Poweliks の画期的な手口を初めて模倣しています。

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    For anyone wondering what will happen to Enterprise Vault following the split of Veritas from Symantec, I heard news the other day that Enterprise Vault is alive and well.  In fact, there is an upcoming beta program for Enterprise Vault 12.  There are plenty of new features and improvements on older features.

    I don't think I'm allowed to give away any more details, so I won't.  But I'm sure that there will be more of an official announcement closer to the time.


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    Starting Tuesday September 29th, our customers will be able to submit files through the submission website, by supplying a URL where the file can be found.

    Currently customers must download a file and then submit it to Symantec by uploading through our submission portal. This new feature will enable customers to supply a URL for us to download the file and submit it on their behalf. Once submitted, the file will follow the standard submission process and have all the normal expectations of a file that has been submitted by the customer.

    Guidelines:

    • The standard guidelines for all submissions remain in effect for this new feature. Ie: The URL should return a single file or 9 inside a zip, 20 MB max size
    • The URL must return a file. (Not an html/text or other non-file web page)
    • URL protocols supported: http, https and ftp. - URLs starting only with http:// or https:// or ftp:// will be processed.

    Limitations:

    • We will not search, investigate, or “crawl” a URL searching for downloaded-able or malicious code. The URL must return a file.
    • URLs that download HTML or text only will be discarded.
    • URLs anything other than the supported protocols (http, https and ftp) will present an error.
      This includes FTPS, .CAB, .JAR etc.

    Basic walkthrough of the process:

    1. You will navigate your regular submission web portal. Note this is different for each level of entitlment so be sure you use the correct site. If your unsure please contact Support for the correct URL.
    2. Enter your information, INCLUDING a valid Support ID
    3. Enter the URL of the suspect file then click submit

    Once the file is successfully downloaded, a “Success” message along with some file information will be provided. 

    Errors Messages:

    Error: No file found at URL

    • The URL is not pointing directly to a file.
    • File at the URL may have been removed.
    • The URL is not reachable.
    • The URL is incorrect.
    • The URL is in invalid format - Please check to be sure it starts with http:// or https:// or ftp://

    Error: File found at the URL is over size limit (20MB)

    • File at the URL is greater than 20MB, once extracted

    Error: The URL took too long to complete the download…

    • The URL is responding too slowly and our backend was not able to complete the download within the timeout period of 3 minutes

    Same URL can take different amount of time to complete download depending current traffic and upon load on our internet line and speed of the server serving the URL.

    Error: Your submission cannot be processed at this time

    • There is an internal error on our end. Please try again in a bit or open a support case.

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    It is estimated that around 300,000 cybersecurity jobs in the U.S. cannot be filled. Out of these 300,000 jobs, 20 percent can actually be filled by candidates that do not have a four-year college degree. In order to combat the need for unfilled positions in the cybersecurity marketplace, Year Up has partnered with the Symantec Cyber Career Connection, an initiative to help provide young adults an entry way into cybersecurity careers.

    When fellow IT instructor Rory MacLysaght and I first started to discuss the types of students we wanted for the cybersecurity program at Year Up Bay Area, “techies” weren’t the first ones that immediately came to mind.

    Now this might sound a bit odd considering the field of cybersecurity is considered a very technical field. However, oftentimes techies with a lot of experience have a difficult time with the introductory material they already know. Getting back to the basics, however, is key.

    My experience as an educator has shown me that the students who are aware of what they don't know rapidly foster self-growth and motivation to keep learning in and out of the classroom. They also demonstrate a very strong aptitude and an incomparable eagerness and hunger to learn.

    In order to identify these students, we constructed a rigorous application process that involved an essay, interviews, and finally, a test lesson involving the basics of cryptography. Our intense application process was meant to test the students’ approach to problem-solving, grit, and the ability to learn new technical skills quickly.

    After we selected our initial 17 students in September 2014, the 18-week journey began. From the fundamentals of TCP/IP, the OSI model, CIA and understanding various types of cyber-attacks, our students absorbed everything like a sponge. Fast forward to week 18—after many days in the classroom and countless hours spent in Year Up's tech labs – the majority of our students have earned internships with our corporate partners throughout the Bay Area, including eBay Inc., Gap Tech, iSec and Symantec.

    Trami Nguyen, Monitoring & Security Site Support Team Intern at Macys.com, described how it was challenging at first to process information from a cyber-security mindset.  “I knew nothing about technology before I came into the program. Now I study Cross Site Scripting and SQL and injection. Because I came in with such an empty slate, it helped pave the way for how I should be thinking in that kind of environment. Having that attitude, has given me the edge over others meaning I’ve have had the mindset to be proactive about security.”

    While their hard work in the classroom has paid off, the journey has just begun as our class of current interns finishes off their second of their sixth-month internship.

    At the end of the day, Rory and I may have provided our students with the content, but it was their motivation, eagerness to learn, and auto-didacticism that truly helped put them to the test when preparing to work in the field of cybersecurity.

    Dan Hastings has been an IT instructor at Year Up Bay Area for more than one year. He specializes in training students in Linux System Administration, Networking and Security. 


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    Today Symantec joins a consortium of 12 major businesses with 1.4 million employees across more than 190 countries committing to uphold LGBT workplace protections abroad.

    The inaugural members of the Human Rights Campaign's (HRC) global corporate coalition collectively employ nearly 1.4 million people across more than 190 countries and have a combined annual revenue of nearly $550 billion. Together, they have committed to safeguarding workplace fairness and equality for LGBT employees across their global operations.

    “We are proud to bring together some of the world's largest companies to advance LGBT equality around the globe,” said HRC President Chad Griffin.  “These corporate leaders, which employ 1.4 million employees worldwide, understand that equality, inclusion, and engagement are pivotal to business success. Today, they are sending a resounding message that LGBT people are valued, they are equal, and they deserve a fair chance to earn a living and provide for their families no matter where they live."

    The twelve founding members of the coalition are: Accenture, AT&T, CA Technologies, The Coca-Cola Company, Destination Weddings Travel Group, Google, IBM, Microsoft Corp., Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Procter & Gamble, Replacements, Ltd., and Symantec Corp.

    The business case for LGBT inclusion has strong momentum, spurred by U.S.-based multinationals across the Fortune 500, a majority of which afford explicit protections on the basis of sexual orientation (89%) and gender identity (66%). The trend toward LGBT-inclusive corporate policies is growing in the Americas, East Asia, Australia, and in Europe.

    Yet the global landscape for the social and economic inclusion of the LGBT community remains a patchwork of extremes-- from progressive countries leading on matters of equality to nations implementing laws rolling back basic LGBT rights.

    In addition to implementing LGBT-inclusive non-discrimination statements and codes of conduct for their global operations, these founding members--as well as those who join the coalition in the coming months and years--will have the opportunity to work with HRC and advance LGBT equality in the workplace in a number of ways. This includes hosting LGBT workplace inclusion summits in international markets, forming LGBT employee resource groups (ERGs), and amplifying the powerful business case for LGBT equality around the world. Some companies may also engage in public policy advocacy on LGBT issues, and work collaboratively with NGO and civil society groups to bolster in-country efforts to make progress on LGBT rights.

    “This is a matter of fundamental fairness. As the world’s largest cybersecurity company, Symantec unequivocally supports everyone’s right to feel safe and secure, including full and equal rights for the global LGBT community. We won't stop developing ways to foster an open and safe environment for all of our employees around the world, and we look forward to the day when we can celebrate genuine inclusion for all.” – Symantec Corp.

    Read the full announcement here:

    http://www.hrc.org/blog/entry/at-clinton-global-initiative-annual-meeting-hrc-to-launch-groundbreaking-gl

    Cecily Joseph is Symantec's VP, Corporate Responsibility and Chief Diversity Officer


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    Check out this video highlighting Disaster Recovery Orchestrator [DRO] from Veritas!

    The video was published on Microsoft’s Channel 9 LaunchPad Series in August following the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference. The video talks about the challenges of Disaster Recovery, the business benefits of DRO and an overview of the product’s features.


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    Significant behavioral changes made to the Android mobile operating system have affected malware and how it targets non-rooted devices.

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    WinDirStat is a free and open-source graphical disk usage analyzer for Microsoft Windows.

    On start up, it reads the whole directory tree once and then presents it in three useful views:

        The directory list, which resembles the tree view of the Windows Explorer but is sorted by file/subtree size,
        The treemap, which shows the whole contents of the directory tree straight away,
        The extension list, which serves as a legend and shows statistics about the file types.

    WinDirStat.jpg

    License: Free software published under the GNU General Public License, version 2.

    Link : WinDirStat


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    We held our fifth in our series of "How-to" webcasts for Ghost Solution Suite 3.0 on September 30.

    The topics covered were GSS standard tools install, When should I use the GSS standard tools vs. GSS console, and Locating and adding drivers

    • Download or playback the Webcast here:
    • Download the slides from the Webcast
      • See attached ppt (scroll to the very bottom of this post)
    • Q&A
      • Will add the full transcript soon

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    Researcher Patrick Wardle details security weakness in Apple’s “Gatekeeper” in Mac OS X that could allow attackers to run unverified, unsigned code.

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