Posts Tagged ‘ATM’

Emergency Patch for Windows Vulnerability MS15-078 Released (KB3079904)

Tuesday, July 21st, 2015

I guess this explains why my PC rebooted itself last night …

Microsoft pushed out an emergency patch yesterday via automatic updates to all supported versions of its Windows operating system that patches a critical issue that could allow remote code execution when exploited successfully. Specifically, the vulnerability exploits an issue in the Windows Adobe Type Manager Library when specially crafted documents with OpenType fonts are loaded on the system.

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Remote Network Management for Applications that are Short on Rack Space

Friday, November 5th, 2010

Remote power control and remote console port access are two vital tools for network administrators. With these tools, administrators can initiate power reboot cycles, take devices out of service, and access command functions on remote network devices without actually traveling to the equipment site in person. Obviously, remote power control and command access are very valuable tools … but what if your application doesn’t provide room for both a console server and a switched PDU?

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