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27 February 2017

Unpatched and End-of-Life Software Remains a Risk, Report Says

eWeek
Flexera Software found that in the U.S., 7.4 percent of programs on the average PC have reached End-of-Life and are no longer patched by the vendor.
23 February 2017

6.7 Percent of Programmes on Private UK PCs Are End-of-Life and No Longer Patched, According to New Secunia Research at Flexera Software Country Report

Tech Recur
The average private user in the UK has 72 programmes installed on their PC, and 6.7 percent of them are End-of-Life programmes that are no longer patched by the vendor.
23 February 2017

6.7 percent of programmes on private UK PCs are end-of-life and no longer patched

Information Security Buzz
The average private user in the UK has 72 programmes installed on their PC, and 6.7 percent of them are End-of-Life programmes that are no longer patched by the vendor.
23 February 2017

6.7% of programmes on private UK PCs are end-of-life and no longer patched

Cambridge Network
The average private user in the UK has 72 programmes installed on their PC, and 6.7 percent of them are End-of-Life programmes that are no longer patched by the vendor, according to a new report by Secunia Research for Flexera Software.
23 February 2017

Private PCs in the UK full of end-of-life programmes

IT Pro Portal
Unpatched end-of-life programmes with vulnerabilities are attack vectors hackers can exploit.
23 February 2017

Unsupported Software Exposes UK PC Users

Info Security Magazine
Around 7% of programs on the average UK user's PC are unsupported and unpatched, leaving them exposed to exploits, according to the latest data from Flexera Software.
23 February 2017

6.7% of UK programmes on private PCs are end-of-life and unpatched

SC Magazine
The average private user in the UK has 72 programmes on their PC, and 6.7 percent of them are end-of-life programmes that are no longer patched by the vendor, therefore they are insecure.
23 February 2017

PCs still at risk from end-of-life programs

Beta News
The latest software vulnerability report from Secunia Research at Flexera Software reveals that the average US private PC user has 75 installed programs on their PC, 7.4 percent of which are no longer patched by the vendor.
23 February 2017

How many vulnerable apps are on the average PC? Way too many

Tech Radar Pro
Unpatched end-of-life applications are a big problem
23 February 2017

End-Of-Life Software Alive and Well On US PCs

Dark Reading
7.5% of users ran unpatched Windows operating systems in Q4 of 2016, up from 6.1 percent in Q3 of 2016, new study shows.
22 February 2017

6.7 percent of programmes on private UK PCs are end-of-life and no longer patched

Vigilance
The average private user in the UK has 72 programmes installed on their PC, and 6.7 percent of them are End-of-Life programmes that are no longer patched by the vendor.
22 February 2017

7.4% of software on PCs are past end of life

Network World
The apps are no longer patched and thus vulnerable to exploitation
2 February 2017

Introducing the 2017 Tech Madness Finalists

Chicago Inno
Here's everything you need to know about the bracket.
17 January 2017

IoT drives the need for smart patching to avoid downtime

Security Brief AU
The Internet of Things (IoT) continues its rapid rise to prominence around the world.
17 January 2017

IoT drives the need for smart patching to avoid downtime

IT Brief AU
The Internet of Things (IoT) continues its rapid rise to prominence around the world.
17 January 2017

Smart fridge goes viral after update leaves owner thirsty

9 News
A photo of an uncooperative smart-fridge has gone viral online after a women vented her frustration with an appliance on Twitter
17 January 2017

IoT drives the need for smart patching to avoid downtime

Security Brief NZ
The Internet of Things (IoT) continues its rapid rise to prominence around the world.
17 January 2017

IoT drives the need for smart patching to avoid downtime

IT Brief NZ
The Internet of Things (IoT) continues its rapid rise to prominence around the world.
16 January 2017

I just wanted some water': An uncooperative fridge is going off on Twitter

Business Insider Australia
The internet of things has been touted in recent years as the next big technological revolution -- anything from cars, toasters, garden sprinklers and pets would be connected to the internet, sending out information and taking instructions.
5 January 2017

What will be the single biggest security threat of 2017?

IDG Connect

At the very end of 2015 we ran a straw poll of individuals in the security space to determine what the single biggest security threat of 2016 would be.