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Most consumers know all too well about the loss that can occur when private data falls into the wrong hands - a risk that has progressively increased in our digital world, where vast amounts of information is stored on our computers and passed back and forth electronically. For businesses, the repercussions of compromised data can be even more devastating.
Right now, when consumer data breaches are at a record high, accountability is a key issue.
The time is almost here again - beta time, that is! In just two weeks, we'll be asking our beta testers to again help us out in putting our upcoming new Ad-Aware product through its paces.
On November 10, we will release our first beta for the new version of Ad-Aware, due to be launched in January.
It's not often that Microsoft breaks their update cycle to release a patch but when they do it's generally a good idea to get that patch installed or face infection.
Microsoft Security Bulletin MS08-067 released this morning outlines a vulnerability in the Server Service, of ALL Versions of Windows, that allows for remote code execution (RCE).
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We work hard to make sure our Ad-Aware programs ? whether it's the Free, Plus or Pro versions - are the powerful and efficient anti-spyware and anti-malware tools that our company is known and trusted for.
And we enjoy getting direct feedback to let us know how we're doing - whether it's an e-mail from a satisfied customer, a testimonial on a blog, or a reference on a tech site.
Even if excessive consumption of alcohol has grave consequences to your health, e-mailing while drunk can be even more hazardous to your relationships, private and professional alike. Google seems to think that this is enough of a problem to introduce Mail Goggles, a new experimental feature in Gmail.
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