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Business Moves Fast, Software Moves Faster: Get Your Hardware Up To Speed
Date: Apr 30, 2015
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It's hard to find any part of today's enterprise infrastructure that's not becoming defined by software. The hardware that sits under all that software has new requirements, too: It must be more powerful, more manageable, and more flexible than ever before in order to enhance the effect of the new software. But how do you determine what's the right mix of hardware and software for your enterprise infrastructure?

Security Policy: Monitoring & Enforcing in the Cloud
Date: Apr 16, 2015
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Cloud service providers may offer security capabilities in a variety of form factors, but each enterprise must develop its own policies and strategies that work across provider environments. This webcast will help you build strategies for enforcing security strategies in your own enterprise, no matter how many service and application providers you employ.

Zscaler vs. FireEye - who wins?
Date: Apr 08, 2015
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Please join Robert Smithers, CEO of Miercom, and Dan Maier, Sr. Director of Product Marketing at Zscaler for a compelling webcast to discuss the detailed results of head to head testing between Zscaler and FireEye.

Flash 101: Crash Course on Flash-Based Architectures
Date: Apr 02, 2015
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Attend this webcast and learn the pros and cons of relevant flash technologies and learn about the latest HGST Flash technology that enables RAC to perform at new levels. We will also review how to choose from among the many alternatives. As a takeaway, you will also receive the white paper "All-Flash Server-Side Storage for Oracle® Real Application Clusters (RAC) on Oracle Linux".

How Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Deployments Thrive on Hyperconverged Data Center Platforms
Date: Apr 02, 2015
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Join us to learn how Dell XC Web-scale Converged Appliances and Wyse Datacenter Appliance XC can enhance delivery, speed and predictability, while reducing operating expenses for your VDI projects.

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CVE-2012-2808
Published: 2015-04-01
The PRNG implementation in the DNS resolver in Bionic in Android before 4.1.1 incorrectly uses time and PID information during the generation of random numbers for query ID values and UDP source ports, which makes it easier for remote attackers to spoof DNS responses by guessing these numbers, a rel...

CVE-2015-0800
Published: 2015-04-01
The PRNG implementation in the DNS resolver in Mozilla Firefox (aka Fennec) before 37.0 on Android does not properly generate random numbers for query ID values and UDP source ports, which makes it easier for remote attackers to spoof DNS responses by guessing these numbers, a related issue to CVE-2...

CVE-2015-0801
Published: 2015-04-01
Mozilla Firefox before 37.0, Firefox ESR 31.x before 31.6, and Thunderbird before 31.6 allow remote attackers to bypass the Same Origin Policy and execute arbitrary JavaScript code with chrome privileges via vectors involving anchor navigation, a similar issue to CVE-2015-0818.

CVE-2015-0802
Published: 2015-04-01
Mozilla Firefox before 37.0 relies on docshell type information instead of page principal information for Window.webidl access control, which might allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary JavaScript code with chrome privileges via certain content navigation that leverages the reachability of a p...

CVE-2015-0803
Published: 2015-04-01
The HTMLSourceElement::AfterSetAttr function in Mozilla Firefox before 37.0 does not properly constrain the original data type of a casted value during the setting of a SOURCE element's attributes, which allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code or cause a denial of service (use-after-free) ...

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