Welcome to the June Blue Sky Hosting newsletter.
Hopefully you’ll enjoy reading some of the latest articles of interest at Blue Sky recently, if you would like to discuss any of them further, then please let us know!
IBM Domino v10 makes waves at Engage: We’re very excited to hear that Domino v10 has been getting a very positive reception at the beginning of the month, at Engage in Rotterdam.
Microsoft Edge Browser: It seems there are some major bugs in Microsoft’s Edge browser, if you are using this then you need to make sure it is patched with the June update. It seems users of beta version of Firefox may also have been affected. https://www.welivesecurity.com/2018/06/22/microsoft-edge-bug-exploited-spill-emails-malicious-sites/
The dangers of flawed voice assistants: Relating to Microsoft again, it seems Cortana is introducing a new set of vulnerabilities into the Windows 10 OS, perhaps best not to use it at work for the time being and as always make sure you are patching regularly. https://www.darkreading.com/operations/cracking-cortana-the-dangers-of-flawed-voice-assistants/d/d-id/1332126
Cryptocurrency is never far from the news headlines, but how do we secure our wallets? Using our heartbeat pattern of course! https://fashnerd.com/2018/06/cryptocurrency-wallet-wearable-device/
And finally, the machines are taking over! https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/06/22/software_engineer_fired_by_machine/
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