Google has warned users who use Chrome to make sure their browser is running version 72.0.3626.121 or later after a 0-day vulnerability was discovered. To check if your browser is updated, click on the 3 stacked dots from the right tool-bar menu then select Help > About Google Chrome. If your browser is not updated, Chrome should fetch the latest version and update your browser automatically.
Google disclosed on February 27th, 2019 that two 0-day vulnerabilities were being exploited together among Chrome and Microsoft Windows. Google released an auto-update for all Chrome browsers on March 1 to remediate the issue, however, they are urging all users to verify that their browser is updated to 72.0.3626.121 or later.
A major bug has been discovered in Apple’s FaceTime feature. The bug allows users to call anyone who has FaceTime and immediately lets them hear the audio coming from their phone without the person accepting or rejecting the incoming call.read more
With the macOS High Sierra operating system, anyone with physical access (or remote access) to your computer can enable the “Root User” without a password.read more
There is currently an issue with Microsoft Outlook 2016 Click-to-Run. If you are experiencing any issues, it could be related to a recent office update.read more