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Security Threats for 2017 – Spigot, Inc Wants You To Be Aware

Whether it was a billion compromised Yahoo accounts or state-sponsored Russian hackers muscling in on the US election, this past year saw hacks of unprecedented scale and temerity. And if history is any guide, next year should yield more of the same.

It’s hard to know for certain what lies ahead, but some themes began to present themselves toward the end of 2016 that will almost certainly continue well into next year. And the more we can anticipate them, the better we can prepare. Here’s what we think 2017 will hold.  Continue reading from Wired…

Wanna Stay Healthy, Drink Free Beer & Have Unlimited Vacation? Spigot, Inc. is hiring!

Have you ever worked in a cool laid back environment that has recliners, couches, a pool table, foosball, ping pong, free beer, unlimited snacks and lunches?  If not, Spigot Inc is ready to change that for you! We have amazing healthcare and 401K plans to keep you healthy and prepare for your future.  Be sure to come back often as we are growing like weeds!  Check out our current available positions on our blog and also check out the cool culture while you are there.

 

Spigot, Inc Wants to Protect Your Security – Microsoft Bug Needs to be Squashed!

Google has released details of a bug in Microsoft’s browsing programs that would allow attackers to build websites that make the software crash.

Google researcher Ivan Fratric said the bug could, in some cases, allow attackers to hijack a victim’s browser.

The bug was found in November, but details are only now being released after the expiry of the 90-day deadline Google gave Microsoft to find a fix.

Microsoft has yet to say when it will produce a patch that removes the bug.  Read more from BBC…