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State Services Modernisation Unit (SSMU)

Chief Minister's Department,
Level 4, Wisma Bapa Malaysia,
93502 Petra Jaya, Kuching. 

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27 Jul 2015Critical security flaws patched in latest Chrome release

Google has patched 43 security problems, many of them deemed critical, in the latest update to the Chrome browser....

20 Jul 2015Abandon XP! Malware is coming to get you

Microsoft ended support for other elements of Windows XP – such as bug fixes, free assistance and software upgrades – in April 2014 but carried on with the malware support to help customers in the transition away from the operating system....

20 Jul 2015Google Updates Safe Browsing to Block Unwanted Software

Google is set to extend the Safe Browsing capabilities in Chrome, in a move which is likely to result in users seeing more ‘red screen’ warnings about potentially unwanted software....

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Study: Only 27 percent of flaws found in gov't applications

After breaking down application security trends by industry, a security firm found that the government sector ranked lowest in remediating known vulnerabilities. 

According to Veracode's “State of Software Security” report (PDF) released in June, government organizations “are not sufficiently addressing remediation,” as only 27 percent of flaws identified by the company's cloud-based platform were addressed. Included in the dataset were more than 208,000 application assessments which were analyzed over an 18-month period ending March 31, 2015. ...

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