didnt read Title SLASH Article* anyway...the picture of the lady is ..
.. enough for us!
High Class Stunning!
Must be good.
Here's 22% of 3 years budget..
*Nod to the SLASHER article btw.
MacOS network admins are being advised to update their copies of the Jamf Pro management software following the disclosure of a critical security flaw. The Jamf Pro 10.15.1 update includes among its fixes a patch for a security flaw that, depending upon the version being used, could allow for file deletions or remote code …
An increase in the quality of the stock photos clearly not matched by an increase in the quality of the commentary.
Meanwhile, not a Jamf user but it's a shame when a vendor's ham-fisted attempts to keep a lid on damaging flaws and "keep it in the [customer] family" and away from the miscreants turns into a Streisand situation.
Soooo... the vulnerability was discovered, then patched almost immediately - then Jamf allowed customer about 72 hours to upgrade their server before telling the world there was a way to hack into anyones server not upgraded to a patched build. This was a responsible and appropriate move. Jamf released the vulnerability data to customers yesterday. It's common practice to allow people ample time to upgrade prior to releasing the how-to
"Premium and Custom customers can contact their Customer Success representative to schedule an upgrade."
Maybe I'm getting old and cynical, but when I see a company refer to their customer service folks as "Customer Success representatives", I know somebody's getting a gratuitous wanking under the table somewhere...
But like I said, I'm old and cynical.
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