Desktop Central

Desktop Central is integrated desktop and mobile device management software that helps in managing servers, laptops, desktops, smartphones, and tablets from a central location. Visit:manageengine.com/products/desktop-central/

Prevent CowerSnail network breaches with the right patch management solution. 

It’s hard to keep note of all the malware that‘s been unleashed in last three months; the count seems to be never ending. Earlier this year, we saw SambaCry exploit a sevenyearold

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Forget prolonged text chats. Improve SLA resolution times with enhanced troubleshooting tools 

Digital communication has seen some major developments in the last few years. Moving from basic SMS to apps like WhatsApp and Instagram Stories, complicated text-based platforms have been replaced with tools that feature simple, icon-driven 

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XData and SambaCry add to the whopping number of data breaches this year

Weeks after WannaCry appeared center stage, networks around the world are still being bombarded with clusters of cyber threats including Adlykuzz and EternalRocks. But is that all? Nope. Two more threats, XData and SamabaCry are already doubling

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Fireball—the zombie apocalypse for internet browsers

If a zombie apocalypse looks like hordes of the undead eating human flesh, a browser zombie apocalypse looks like computer screens around the world getting flooded with unwanted browser ads. And according to Check Point Software Technologies, the browser zombie

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Stressed about Delta Charlie malware? Desktop Central has you covered

Vulnerability threats are any IT administrator’s worst nightmareRecently, following the release of WannaCry ransomware, IT administrators have been feeling the heat when it comes to security threats. This new batch of malware

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WannaCry: Battle with the shadow

There are two kinds of people in America today: those who have experienced a foreign cyber attack and know it, and those who have experienced a foreign cyber attack and don’t know it.”
-Frank Wolf, former member

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WannaCry again? Meet Adylkuzz, its sneaky cryptocurrency mining sibling

More than 400,000 computers wrldwide have been infected with WannaCry ransomware since the beginning of the devastating attack on May 12th, 2017. WannaCry has compromised standalone and networked Windows computers, at home and in the enterprise.

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If you think WannaCry is huge, wait for EternalRocks!

While the world was responding to the WannaCry attackwhich only utilized the EternalBlue exploit and the DoublePulsar backdoorresearchers discovered another piece of malware, EternalRocks, which actually exploits seven different Windows vulnerabilities  

Miroslav Stamper,

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Escape the latest sudo flaw with Desktop Central patch management

Windows has had a rough time lately, dealing with various breaches as the result of vulnerabilities. Linux, often considered a malware-free OS, is now experiencing some cyber attacks of its own. Amidst threats like SambaCry and Luabot, which have

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Desktop Central: Day one support for the Windows 10 Creators Update

The wait is finally over. On April 11th, Microsoft released the Windows 10 Creators Update—this is the third major release, and it comes with a wealth of new additions and upgrades to make your computer more secure and productive

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