Month: October 2020

To open source or not to open source

This is one of the most controversial topics in technology – if free open source software is “better” than paid and maintained software. This is a big topic for discussion, but I only want to focus on the security element between Windows/Linux/OS X and iOS/Android. In 2015 I worked for an Apple Premium Reseller, and … Read more



Every month, security professionals the World over pucker up and through their collective fingers and accompanied sharp intakes of breath, review the critical (and less so) vulnerabilities that Microsoft has patched on the dreaded ‘Patch Tuesday’. Barely a month goes by without disturbing news. Recently we have had the ZeroLogin debacle – still under active … Read more


Not so secret source…

As usual, there have been a number of announcements regarding Microsoft vulnerabilities and risks over the last few weeks. This episode however is different than the usual list of critical patched or patchable issues and brings some serious underlying issues to light. In this blog we will endeavour to put the pieces together in order … Read more