Saturday, January 14, 2006


Over the last two weeks, Microsoft has been dealing with two new vulnerabilities--one occurs in the way WMF files (graphics files) are generated; the other potentially affects all users of Outlook and Exchange Server (which is huge). To download the patch for the WMF bug, click here. To read more about the TNEF (Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format) vulnerability, which could enable someone to take over an Exchange Server (and hijack your Outlook address book!), click here for the InformationWeek article.

But most importantly, click here to read the Microsoft security bulletin and download the update to secure your computer from this potentially dangerous bug.

Friday, January 06, 2006


Here's a great tip I just found in Outlook (I'm working on research for the new Outlook and found this in the old Outlook--go figure!). I love this. One of my pet peeves each time I change computer systems is that the new computer isn't trained to block unwanted email the way the old one was. Here's a tip to fix that:

Slick and simple. Just the way I like it.

Oh--by the way, Happy New Year!

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