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    This month the vendor is releasing six bulletins covering a total of 33 vulnerabilities. Thirteen of this month's issues are rated Critical.

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    Each year, the EMEA LPA team gets together for an annual meeting to discuss business-related topics from sales strategy to internal practices. In those meetings, there is always an element of team building – exploring how we can continue to work together as a team, building trust and improving our communications. Last year at our Dublin meeting, we included for the first time a CR event, which incorporated the best of the CR objectives. We were working on a project for Barnado’s, a children’s charity, and team building.   

    Following that success, we wanted to continue this great work at our meeting this year, which was held in Reading where the Symantec EMEA headquarters are located. We wanted to engage our colleagues in Symantec’s Take Five initiative, where each employee is encouraged to volunteer at least five hours in FY16. It was a fabulous opportunity for us to come together as a wider team and give back to our local community. The forty strong team arrived at Readifood Food Bank raring to go with a number of tasks lined up  such as preparing, sorting  and  delivering food parcels to families in need. ReadiFood currently delivers around 150 Emergency Food Parcels every week across Reading in the UK and they also run a mobile soup kitchen in the evening for homeless people in the community.  We spent several hours in the warehouse working in four separate teams –collectively volunteering 160 hours of employee time!  

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    As a team we are extremely supportive of our CR business goals and the Take 5 campaign has enabled us to continue to work together through volunteering. We hope this encourages a really positive message around the business inspiring other teams and individuals to Take 5! Readibank is situated just ten minutes away from the Green Park office, and participating in volunteer activities, particularly right in our backyard, reminds us that we don’t work in isolation to the community around us. There is so much happening in the business currently and the Take 5 campaign allows all of us to look outside the workplace to transfer our skills to see how we can all make a positive contribution to the community in which we live and work.

    The LPA annual meeting presents a packed business agenda, and including a Take 5 initiative provided added enthusiasm and a real buzz amongst the team. The results speak for themselves with 82% of the team responding in a post event survey feeling that the time required to participate as a volunteer was rewarded by the benefits of the experience. “Collecting and then organising the donated foods was rewarding as you appreciate how important it is to give back to the community,” a volunteer commented in the survey.

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    Additionally, 100% of the team indicated that Symantec not only supports, but also creates initiatives and opportunities for employees to give back to the community.

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    Readifood is a local charity for Symantec employees in the Reading office and there are always opportunities to volunteer. The LPA team will continue to support Readifood in the run up to the festive season enabling the team to continue with their Take 5 initiative.

    Thanks to all that participated. It was a wonderful experience and we look forward to future volunteering amongst the team. 

    Gerard Chan is Symantec's VP, EMEA & APJ Legal


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    今月は、33 件の脆弱性を対象として 6 つのセキュリティ情報がリリースされています。 このうち 13 件が「緊急」レベルです。

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    This is certainly a busy time of year for everyone as the final months of the year tick by and project deadlines loom.

    For us this is also a busy time. as you're probably aware, we're in the final phase of the seperation from Symantec as we move to a Veritas world, you might already have noticed that our new shiny corporate website is now live. However, from an Enterprise Vault product point of view, there's no change, we will continue to strive to be the best product in this sector and of course rebrand to the new Veritas look & feel (red not yellow). Our determination in this area is immediately demonstrated as we power forward with EV12 beta in the next few weeks.If you missed this news then make sure you follow this link to find out how you can register and take part. Just as important, is a survey we've just kicked off, so please read on and take part, we really need as much insight from our customers as possible.

    Future EV Client Features - We've already made client improvements in EV12 as you'll see in the beta detail but we are very interested to hear your opinion about what's important to you and where you'd like us to focus. In order to do this we would very much appreciate 10 minutes of your time to take part in an online survey, I know you must get many requests to do surveys but this is really important to help us make decisions on future development efforts so I hope you can find the time to share your views.  Please Click Here to start the survey 

    Many Thanks for your pariticipation


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    International police action hits gang that specialized in stealing banking credentials.

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    Download the report and watch the video for a glimpse of the cyber attack landscape

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    Sumario: Los significativos cambios de comportamiento en los niveles superiores de Android han afectado el panorama de las amenazas, desde la perspectiva de los dispositivos no rooteados.
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    オンラインバンキング情報を盗み出すサイバー犯罪集団が、国際的な捜査活動によって摘発されました。

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    When it comes time to do an Enterprise Vault migration there are many different options available to you and your company. Rather than trying to figure out the best on your own, get some expert help.  One such way is to attend the upcoming Webinar from Adept-tec.  Look for more details here:

    http://www.symantec.com/connect/events/enterprise-vault-deep-dive-tools-moving-archives

    Maybe you're already an expert?

    It doesn't hurt to spend an hour on a *free* webinar listening to some other options which might be available to you and your organisation.


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    We use the Internet every day, but how exactly does it work? Code.org’s new video series sets out to chip away at that question. The video series, “How the Internet Works,” stars guest lecturers from top technology companies to shed light on the building blocks of the Internet. Each video addresses a different component that makes up the Internet from Wi-Fi to IP addresses, HTML to cybersecurity – with Symantec’s Director of Cybersecurity Investigations, Jennifer Martin, starring in the Cybersecurity & Crime video!  “It was a fun experience and an honor to represent Symantec in a project that reaches so many kids through such an accessible format.  It was a privilege to contribute to the great online body of educational materials that Code.org continues to produce,” Martin said.

    Alongside Parisa Tabriz from Google, Jennifer Martin talks about how cybercrime works and the steps we each can take to protect ourselves. In fact, as they mentioned in the video, “Ninety percent of the time a system gets hacked, it is not because of a security bug but because of a simple mistake made by a human.” Check out the fun and informative video to learn about software viruses, DDoS and Phishing scams.

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    Here's some listed some keyboard shortcuts for Google Chrome.

    Window shortcuts of Google Chrome

    Ctrl+N Opens a new window.
    Ctrl+T Opens a new tab.
    Ctrl+Shift+N Opens a new window in incognito mode.
    Press Ctrl+O, then select file. Opens a file from your computer in Google Chrome.
    Press Ctrl and click a link. Or click a link with your middle mouse button (or mousewheel). Opens the link in a new tab in the background .
    Press Ctrl+Shift and click a link. Or press Shift and click a link with your middle mouse button (or mousewheel). Opens the link in a new tab and switches to the newly opened tab.
    Press Shift and click a link. Opens the link in a new window.
    Ctrl+Shift+T Reopens the last tab you've closed. Google Chrome remembers the last 10 tabs you've closed.
    Drag a link to a tab. Opens the link in the tab.
    Drag a link to a blank area on the tab strip. Opens the link in a new tab.
    Drag a tab out of the tab strip. Opens the tab in a new window.
    Drag a tab out of the tab strip and into an existing window. Opens the tab in the existing window.
    Press Esc while dragging a tab. Returns the tab to its original position.
    Ctrl+1 through Ctrl+8 Switches to the tab at the specified position number on the tab strip.
    Ctrl+9 Switches to the last tab.
    Ctrl+Tab or Ctrl+PgDown Switches to the next tab.
    Ctrl+Shift+Tab or Ctrl+PgUp Switches to the previous tab.
    Alt+F4 or Ctrl + Shift + W Closes the current window.
    Ctrl+W or Ctrl+F4 Closes the current tab or pop-up.
    Click a tab with your middle mouse button (or mousewheel). Closes the tab you clicked.
    Right-click, or click and hold either the Back or Forward arrow in the browser toolbar. Displays your browsing history in the tab.
    Press Backspace, or Alt and the left arrow together. Goes to the previous page in your browsing history for the tab.
    Press Shift+Backspace, or Alt and the right arrow together. Goes to the next page in your browsing history for the tab.
    Press Ctrl and click either the Back arrow, Forward arrow, or Go button in the toolbar. Or click either button with your middle mouse button (or mousewheel). Opens the button destination in a new tab in the background.
    Double-click the blank area on the tab strip. Maximizes or minimizes the window.
    Alt+Home Opens your homepage in your current

    Google Chrome feature shortcuts

    Alt+F or Alt+E or F10 Opens the Chrome menu Chrome menu, which lets you customize and control settings in Google Chrome.
    Ctrl+Shift+B Toggles the bookmarks bar on and off.
    Ctrl+H Opens the History page.
    Ctrl+J Opens the Downloads page.
    Shift+Esc Opens the Task Manager.
    Shift+Alt+T Sets focus on the first tool in the browser toolbar. You can then use the following shortcuts to move around in the toolbar:
    • Press Tab, Shift+Tab, Home, End, right arrow, and left arrow to move focus to different items in the toolbar.
    • Press Space or Enter to activate toolbar buttons, including page actions and browser actions.
    • Press Shift+F10 to bring up any associated context menu (e.g. browsing history for the Back button).
    • Press Esc to return focus from the toolbar back to the page.
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    F6 or Shift+F6 Switches focus to the next keyboard-accessible pane. Panes include:
    • Highlights the URL in the address bar
    • Bookmarks bar (if visible)
    • The main web content (including any infobars)
    • Downloads bar (if visible)
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    Ctrl+Shift+J Opens Developer Tools.
    Ctrl+Shift+Delete Opens the Clear Browsing Data dialog.
    F1 Opens the Help Center in a new tab (our favorite).
    Ctrl+Shift+M Switch between multiple users.

    Address bar shortcuts

    Type a search term, then press Enter. Performs a search using your default search engine.
    Type a search engine keyword, press Space, type a search term, and press Enter. Performs a search using the search engine associated with the keyword.
    Begin typing a search engine URL, press Tab when prompted, type a search term, and press Enter. Performs a search using the search engine associated with the URL.
    Ctrl+Enter Adds www. and .com to your input in the address bar and open the resulting URL.
    Type a URL, then press Alt+Enter. Opens the URL in a new tab.
    Ctrl+L or Alt+D Highlights the URL.
    Ctrl+K or Ctrl+E Places a '?' in the address bar. Type a search term after the question mark to perform a search using your default search engine.
    Press Ctrl and the left arrow together. Moves your cursor to the preceding key term in the address bar
    Press Ctrl and the right arrow together. Moves your cursor to the next key term in the address bar
    Ctrl+Backspace Deletes the key term that precedes your cursor in the address bar
    Select an entry in the address bar drop-down menu with your keyboard arrows, then press Shift+Delete. Deletes the entry from your browsing history, if possible.
    Click an entry in the address bar drop-down menu with your middle mouse button (or mousewheel). Opens the entry in a new tab in the background.
    Press Page Up or Page Down when the address bar drop-down menu is visible. Selects the first or last entry in the drop-down menu.

    Webpage shortcuts

    Ctrl+P Prints your current page.
    Ctrl+S Saves your current page.
    F5 or Ctrl+R Reloads your current page.
    Esc Stops the loading of your current page.
    Ctrl+F Opens the find bar.
    Ctrl+G or F3 Finds the next match for your input in the find bar.
    Ctrl+Shift+G, Shift+F3, or Shift+Enter Finds the previous match for your input in the find bar.
    Click the middle mouse button (or mousewheel). Activates auto-scrolling. As you move your mouse, the page automatically scrolls according to the direction of the mouse.
    Ctrl+F5 or Shift+F5 Reloads your current page, ignoring cached content.
    Press Alt and click a link. Downloads the target of the link.
    Ctrl+U Opens the source of your current page.
    Drag a link to bookmarks bar Saves the link as a bookmark.
    Ctrl+D Saves your current webpage as a bookmark.
    Ctrl+Shift+D Saves all open pages as bookmarks in a new folder.
    F11 Opens your page in full-screen mode. Press F11 again to exit full-screen.
    Ctrl and +, or press Ctrl and scroll your mousewheel up. Enlarges everything on the page.
    Ctrl and -, or press Ctrl and scroll your mousewheel down. Makes everything on the page smaller.
    Ctrl+0 Returns everything on the page to normal size.
    Space bar Scrolls down the web page.
    Home Goes to the top of the page.
    End Goes to the bottom of the page.
    Press Shift and scroll your mousewheel. Scrolls horizontally on the page.

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    ProjectLibre (previously known as OpenProj) is an open source alternative to Microsoft Project. It is compatible with MS Project 2003, 2007, and 2010. It also supports several languages.

    Key features:

    • Project Management software
    • Compatibility with Microsoft Project 2010
    • Microsoft Project replacement
    • Gantt Chart
    • PERT Charts
    • RBS Chart
    • Network Diagram
    • An active online community

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    License: Freeware

    Link : ProjectLibre


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    Twitter カードのスタイル: 
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    Welcome to the September edition of the Symantec Intelligence report. Symantec Intelligence aims to provide the latest analysis of cyber security threats, trends, and insights concerning malware, spam, and other potentially harmful business risks.

    The Finance, Insurance, & Real Estate sector was the most targeted sector during September, comprising 27 percent of all targeted attacks. Large enterprises were the target of 45.7 percent  of spear-phishing attacks in September, up from 11.7 percent in August.

    Agriculture, Forestry, & Fishing was the most targeted sector in September for both phishing attempts and emails containing malware. One in every 307.9 emails contained malware and one in every 988 emails was a phishing attempt. The mining sector, which includes oil and gas extraction, had the highest spam rate at 55.8 percent.

    There were ten zero-day vulnerabilities disclosed in September, down slightly from August. This includes three targeting Microsoft software and two vulnerabilities targeting security software from two vendors.

    Crypto-ransomware was up during September, setting another high for 2015. However, this device-locking type of ransomware is still down from the peak we saw last year in October.

    There were 38.5 million new pieces of malware created in September, down from the high for 2015 of 57.6 million seen in June, but still higher than the numbers seen in the first few months of 2015.

    OSX.Sudoprint was again the most commonly seen OS X threat on OS X endpoints in September. This threat continues to take advantage of a vulnerability targeting the OS X operating system, discovered in July and patched in August.

    We hope you enjoy the August Symantec Intelligence Report. You can download your copy here.


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    Rethink how you use security intelligence in your environment

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    Adobe has issued an emergency patch for a new Flash Player vulnerability (CVE-2015-7645) exploited by attackers behind the Operation Pawn Storm campaign.
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    Portuguese speakers are targeted on a host of portals including MSN, Universo Online, and Globo.

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    Resumo: Brasileiros e demais nativos da língua portuguesa são alvos da ameaça em uma série de portais, incluindo MSN, Universo Online (UOL) e Globo.com
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    Adobe 社は、Pawn Storm 作戦による攻撃に悪用されている Flash Player の新しい脆弱性(CVE-2015-7645)に対して、緊急パッチを公開しました。
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    ポルトガル語圏のユーザーが、MSN、Universo Online、Globo など多数のポータルサイトで被害にあっています。

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    Symantec has blocked Android version of Youmi ad library after it was found harvesting user data.

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