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DROWN – Cross-protocol attack on TLS using SSLv2

DROWN – Cross-protocol attack on TLS using SSLv2

  Its the time for another openssl update, Update your openssl and openssl-libs packages with below commands. RHEL / CentOS / OEL (rpm based) yum update openssl Ubuntu ...
Google Discontinuing Chrome Browser Apps on Windows, Mac and Linux

Google Discontinuing Chrome Browser Apps on Windows, Mac and Linux

  Chrome launched Chrome apps three years ago. Today, approximately 1% of users on Windows, Mac and Linux actively use Chrome packaged apps, and most hosted apps are already ...
Wait is Over – macOS Sierra is now available to download

Wait is Over – macOS Sierra is now available to download

    The much awaited macOS Sierra is now available to Download. Lets see how we can upgrade as soon as possible. Steps Login to your OSX and open App ...
Dropbox and iCloud compatibility issue

Dropbox and iCloud compatibility issue

  Dropbox is sending out the below email to all Dropbox users with new MacOS Sierra. The mail is received by those who are using Dropbox folder in MacOS Documents. ...
AWS Announces Immediate Availability of London Region

AWS Announces Immediate Availability of London Region

  AWS has announced immediate availability of the new Europe (London) Region. The London Region joins Ireland and Frankfurt as AWS’ third European location, and provides the customer ...
Amazon’s AWS is Now Hosting the Defense Department’s Most Classified Data

Amazon’s AWS is Now Hosting the Defense Department’s Most Classified Data

  Amazon.com’s AMZN cloud computing division Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the company’s most profitable arms, and it recently gained a new customer: the U.S. Department ...