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Windows Vulnerabilities Explained: January 2020

15.1.2020 by Charlotte Greene

On 14th January 2020,  Microsoft released a patch for 49 vulnerabilities affecting Windows Server 2016, Server 2019 and Windows 10. Of these, eight were marked as critical including CVE-2020-0603, CVE-2020-0605, CVE-2020-0606, CVE-2020-0646 CVE-2020-0609, CVE-2020-0610, CVE-2020-0611 and CVE-2020-0640. Window vulnerabilities explained: CVE-2020-0601 This vulnerability impacts the way Windows CryptoAPI validates Elliptical Curve Cryptography certificates.  An attacker could exploit the vulnerability to spoof a code-signed certificate to sign a file or executable code, making it appear to be from a trusted source.  Some examples of where validation of trust would be impacted are HTTPS connections, signed files and emails, and signed executable…

Cloud Containers: What Are They and Why Do They Work?

13.1.2020 by Charlotte Greene

Amongst the top predictions for 2020’s tech scene, experts are forecasting huge growth in the implementation of containerisation. To quote DZone’s 2020 Predictions article: “In the future, every data technology will run on cloud containers and, in 2020, Kubernetes will…

Most Common Cyber-Attacks of 2019 Explained

8.1.2020 by Charlotte Greene

Over the course of 2019, UKFast’s Threat Monitoring service detected and responded to more than 33 million cyber-attacks across our clients’ networks. Using this wealth of data, we were able to identify the four most common cyber-attack vectors used by…

Three Ways to Increase January Motivation

3.1.2020 by Charlotte Greene

Whether you’re suffering from Christmas light withdrawal, a lack of refined sugary treats or are on the third day of recovery after the excitement of Christmas and New Year’s Eve festivities, it’s easy to feel sluggish and in need of…