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Patch Tuesday for June 2014 - 7 bulletins, 3 RCEs, 2 critical, and 1 funky sort of hole

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You'll be patching and rebooting everything this month.

Paul Ducklin gives you a brief overview to help you prepare.

He also explains some vulnerability terminology you might not have heard before...

How to avoid being one of the "73%" of WordPress sites vulnerable to attack

How to avoid being one of the 73% of WordPress sites vulnerable to attack

Researchers have concluded that 73% of the 40,000 most popular websites that use WordPress software are vulnerable to attack. But they admit they might be wrong. Even so, they still highlight an important security issue which isn't diminished one iota by their sketchiness.

Viber flaw bypasses lock screen to give full access to Androids

Viber flaw bypasses lock screen to give full access to Androids

Security researchers have identified a security hole in Viber that can be exploited to bypass Android smartphones' lock screen and gain full access to the device.

Second iPhone passcode hack vulnerability discovered

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You too can get into somebody's locked iPhone, particularly if you have a prehensile tail and don't mind (almost) placing a phony emergency call. Which you a) probably don't and b) hopefully do.

Apple bumps iOS to 6.0.1, fixes an interesting set of bugs

Apple bumps iOS to 6.0.1, fixes an interesting set of bugs

Four good reasons to upgrade to Apple iOS 6.0.1.