CERT: Mozilla Releases Security Updates

Mozilla has released security updates to address multiple vulnerabilities in Firefox ESR 52.4 and Firefox 56. A remote attacker could exploit some of these vulnerabilities to take control of an affected system.

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US-CERT encourages users and administrators to review the Mozilla Security Advisories for Firefox ESR 52.4 and Firefox 56 and apply the necessary updates.

CERT Release:

www.us-cert.gov

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Rick W. Burkett runs the John A. Logan College Teaching and Learning Center, teaches history, and heads an educational nonprofit. He publishes blogs on a wide variety of topics, including history, teaching and learning, student success, and teaching online.
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Mark Zuckerberg Addresses Russian Interference In US Elections

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Mark Zuckerberg addresses Facebook’s plan to address potential interference in elections through the use of Facebook and other social media platforms.

Rick W. Burkett runs the John A. Logan College Teaching and Learning Center, teaches history, and heads an educational nonprofit. He publishes blogs on a wide variety of topics, including history, teaching and learning, student success, and teaching online.
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DroneDeploy Software’s Workflow Simplifies Merging Maps to Aerial Images

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DroneDeploy’s new service simplifies the workflow of merging site maps to aerial images.  See full article at Campus Technology:

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Rick W. Burkett runs the John A. Logan College Teaching and Learning Center, teaches history, and heads an educational nonprofit. He publishes blogs on a wide variety of topics, including history, teaching and learning, student success, and teaching online.
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eCampus: The Top 4 Bandwidth Hogs In Higher Education

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eCmapus New has a piece about the new study by the Association for College and University Technology Advancement (ACUTA).  The study indicates the 4 largest categories of devices that use up bandwidth in higher education. The four culprits are not really surprising:

  1. Laptops
  2. Tablets
  3. Video Systems
  4. Smartphones

Obviously video cuts across all 4 of these items, so it is not surprising that one estimate is that 87.7 percent of bandwidth usage in the realm of TV and video content.

Rick W. Burkett runs the John A. Logan College Teaching and Learning Center, teaches history, and heads an educational nonprofit. He publishes blogs on a wide variety of topics, including history, teaching and learning, student success, and teaching online.
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