December Patch Tuesday 2016

December Patch Tuesday has a flurry of exploits and public disclosures. Coming in to Patch Tuesday, we already had one zero day from Mozilla (CVE-2016-9079) which updated on November 30. Today, Adobe released nine bulletins, including a critical update for Adobe Flash that resolves a zero day (CVE-


November Patch Tuesday Forecast 2016

Since October Patch Tuesday there has been a lot of activity. Oracle released their quarterly CPU including an update for Java JRE, Adobe resolved a Zero Day in Flash Player, our tip of the month, and a quick look at what to expect next week as Patch Tuesday hits. On the Horizon Actually more of a c


Ransomware Bytes! How to Recover Quickly in 5 Steps

Uh oh... you’ve been infected by ransomware! What do you do? First, don't panic. It's possible that you didn't protect against ransomware as well as you could have. But don't dismay; we're here to help! Here are five key steps to recover from ransomware. 1. Isolate Infected Computers  As with other


November Patch Tuesday 2015

November Patch Tuesday comes with 12 Microsoft bulletins and an update for Adobe Flash Player. For Windows 10 users there is the question of the Fall Refresh. It did not release today, but it’s likely not too far off. We may even see it on Thursday. Microsoft has released four critical updates an


Good news regarding the IE Zero Day, MS14-021 has released and includes support for Windows XP

Microsoft has announced Security Bulletin MS14-021 on Technet to resolve the IE Zero Day identified on April 26th.  The Shavlik Content team is investigating and will be releasing support for this bulletin as soon as possible.  A restart will be required to apply the patch.  Also, if you have applie