DECEMBER 13, 2013
Your regular source of security updates from TrendLabsSM
In This Issue

Security Spotlight
Blurring Boundaries: Security Predictions for 2014 and Beyond

Security for Home Users
The Online Gaming Console: Box of Entertainment or Box-Shaped Threat?

Security for Business
Zero-Day Exploit Affects Older Versions of Windows

Security Spotlight

Blurring Boundaries: Security Predictions for 2014 and Beyond

As the fourth quarter of 2013 unfolds, it’s time to take a step back, look at what happened, and see where we’re heading next year. We did just that for you so we can continue to secure you and your family on the Web and what we found may surprise you.


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Security for Home Users

The Online Gaming Console: Box of Entertainment or Box-Shaped Threat?

Online gaming, especially console gaming, is huge right now; so big that IDC believes that come 2017, 165 million gamers will play with others despite distances. Current-generation consoles are also sporting features that benefit every user. But is this trend something we need to be concerned about in terms of security?


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Security for Business

Zero-Day Exploit Affects Older Versions of Windows

Cybercriminals commonly exploit software and system bugs like the recent Windows® XP and Server® 2003 zero-day CVE-2013-5065 to infiltrate corporate networks.

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