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Open SSL Vulnerabilities…one for you techies.

Today there were multiple vulnerabilities released in OpenSSL, a cryptographic library used by most secure websites. There has been advance notice that an announcement would be forthcoming, although the contents of the vulnerabilities were kept closely controlled and shared only with major operating system vendors until this notice.

Based on our analysis of the vulnerabilities and how we use the OpenSSL library, this batch of vulnerabilities primarily affects users as a “Denial of Service” possibility (it could cause web-servers to crash), rather than as an information disclosure vulnerability. Customer traffic and customer SSL keys continue to be protected.

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Midland Computers Supporting Telford Schools

Telford based IT Company Midland Computers are continuing their work in education, assisting four local primary schools in the Telford area with their IT equipment.

Midland work closely with ICT Desktop Support Officer Richard Moore, who supports the schools located in Telford, Shropshire.

Mike Haycox, Educational Account Manager at Midland Computers stated “We have developed a great relationship with Richard over the last few years providing him with the latest technology to help him maintain the networks he supports”.

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Want to see more about the end of Server 2003?

Windows Server 2003 goes End of Life on 14th July 2015 – do you want to look at our short animation about it? Of course you do…