Category Archives: Software

March 2016 – Microsoft Security Updates

Microsoft Problems with Security Updates (March 2016) Date Bulletin number Title Affected Software 10-Mar-16 MS16-036 Security Update for Adobe Flash Player (3144756) Microsoft Windows, Adobe Flash Player 8-Mar-16 MS16-035 Security Update for .NET Framework to Address Security Feature Bypass (3141780) Microsoft Windows, Microsoft .NET Framework 8-Mar-16 MS16-034 Security Update for Windows Kernel-Mode Drivers to Address Elevation of… Read More »

February 2016 – Microsoft Security Updates

Microsoft Problems with Security Updates (Feb 2016) Date Bulletin number Title Affected Software 9-Feb-16 MS16-022 Security Update for Adobe Flash Player (3135782) Microsoft Windows, Adobe Flash Player 9-Feb-16 MS16-021 Security Update for NPS RADIUS Server to Address Denial of Service (3133043) Microsoft Windows 9-Feb-16 MS16-020 Security Update for Active Directory Federation Services to Address Denial of Service… Read More »

January 2016 – Microsoft Security Updates

Microsoft Problems with Security Updates (January 2016) Date Bulletin number Title Affected Software 12-Jan-16 MS16-010 Security Update in Microsoft Exchange Server to Address Spoofing (3125573) Microsoft Exchange 12-Jan-16 MS16-008 Security Update for Windows Kernel to Address Elevation of Privilege (3124605) Microsoft Windows 12-Jan-16 MS16-007 Security Update for Microsoft Windows to Address Remote Code Execution (3124901) Microsoft Windows… Read More »

How to Install Google Chrome on Linux

Ubuntu comes with quite a lot of high quality software program pre-installed. Sadly, the default net browser, Mozilla Firefox, has been on the decline — it’s sluggish and clunky. On Linux, Google Chrome is now the top internet browser, and it’s one of the best ways to experience Adobe Flash content material too (when you… Read More »

Free versus Customized Websites

The purpose of this article is to identify the pros and cons of a small business developing free versus a custom website. Based on a survey done in 2013 Inc.com has highlighted that over 50% of all small businesses don’t take the time to invest in a business website primarily because they don’t want to… Read More »

Why Ubuntu uses sudo instead of root login?

Once you are an administrator on the Linux or UNIX platforms you will likely know the top level directory is known as root. The root directory in both Linux and Unix  by default has access to all the commands and files and should be the only account to have write access to main filesystem. Although… Read More »