Archive | March 13, 2015

iOS 8.2 Released, addresses “FREAK” vulnerability

The FREAK vulnerability could allow attackers to conduct man-in-the-middle attacks on encrypted networks, including SSL and TLS. The vulnerability only affected connections to servers that support export-strength RSA cipher suites. IN addition to this security fix there were several additions and changes with the update including the Apple Watch App and stability tweaks and foxes for the operating system.

Adobe Flash Updated: 11 Vulnerabilities patched

Those using Flash Player desktop runtime for Windows and Macintosh can update to version

Flash Player’s installed on Chrome, Internet Explorer and Windows 8.x will automatically update. The vulnerabilities affecting Windows and Macintosh users were given the most severe priority rating, which indicate the vulnerabilities are currently being targeted by attackers.

The fixes resolve memory corruption, type confusion, integer overflow, and use-after-free flaws, which all lead to code execution, in addition bugs that would allow for cross-domain policy bypass and file upload policy bypass.

OneNote Clipper 2.0 with improved interface and location picker

OneNote-Clipper-2.0OneNote Clipper is a browser toolbar button that lets you clip anything you see on the web: articles, images etc. and save them to OneNote. Once the toolbar / shortcut has been saved to your favorites bad you can click it to activate OneNote Clipper and select what you wish to save and save it to your choice of notebooks.

New in version 2.0 is a redesigned interface which takes up less space than the previous version and is easier to use.

The location picker now allows you save specific locations of a page, allowing you to only save what you need.

OneNote 2.0 also now remembers the last notebook you were in, so you no longer have to browse if you plan to save multiple pages  or clips to the same notebook.

Source: OneNote Clipper

Source: OneNote Download