SMB1 is done

  • September 25, 2017 /
  • by Paul Choo
Beware SMB1, the end draws near. At Microsoft’s June 2017 Interop event, Microsoft Principle Program Manager Ned Pyle delivered the eulogy for the outdated – and extremely vulnerable – version of the Server Messaging Block (SMB) protocol. One simple, yet powerful slide from Mr. Pyle laid out the grave future for SMB1: SMB1 is full
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In May 2017, the WannaCry ransomware cryptoworm ravaged its way through exposed systems in over 60 countries. The attack started on May 12 and spread rampantly over the next four days, exploiting a vulnerability in Microsoft’s implementation of the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol. WannaCry sadly lived true to its name. Hospitals, businesses, metro stations, universities,
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Tuxera Fail-Safe Demo at CES

  • December 20, 2013 /
  • by Karolina Mosiadz
“In the standard version of the Android file system the performance can be drastically lessened in case of unexpected power outages, the accidental loss of data in the the user USB storage media or in case of other unforeseen situations. More often than not, the user could lose the data forever. Tuxera [file system suite] write
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Delivers Innovative Implementation with Full FAT Interoperability Helsinki, Finland – June 26, 2013 – Tuxera Inc., the market leader in interoperable file system technologies, announced today a major implementation advancement of the FAT file system. Tuxera FAT provides significantly faster data transfers, much improved application responsiveness, data preserving fail-safe operation and power saving benefits. The
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