Archive for the ‘announcements’ Category
If you missed all the action, here’s a quick re-cap:
ONEmobile launch party was held November 30th, and the crew got it on with KissFM and some local celebs.
The ONEmobile team hit the road in our Toyota Cruiser giving out heaps of freebees and prepaid starter kits.
The team will coming to a Melbourne location near you soon, so if you don’t see the big pink cruiser rolling down your street, you can follow ONEmobile on Facebook or Twitter to find out where we’ll be and when.
On December 13th the ONEmobile app was launched on the Android market place, a first of it’s kind in Australia. Download the ONEmobile app here.
2012 is going to be a big year for ONEmobile, so what are you waiting for? Let’s get it on!
ONE has launched a brand new website at www.myone.com.au
Our developers worked tirelessly on the new design, not only to make the site look stunning and easy to navigate, but also by trimming the code, and ensuring it runs efficiently and loads quickly, even on dial-up.
In addition to the shiny new website, we’re pleased to announce a new all-in-ONE plan, which includes unlimited home phone, broadband and mobile phone for only $30 per week*
* Conditions apply, see www.myone.com.au for full terms and conditions
It’s been a year since we launched the ONE Blog, designed to bring you information and news about Mobile Phones, Broadband Internet Access, Mobile Broaband and Tablet devices.
In that time, we’ve brought you over 20 articles, and hopefully some great news and events from around the internet.
We look forward to your continued enjoyment of the ONE Blog.
Thanks for joining, and being ONE of us.
The team at ONE.
Microsoft Security Vulnerability potentially affecting 900 Million + Users
Microsoft has announced a security vulnerability directed at users of Internet Explorer. The vulnerability affects several versions of Internet Explorer installed on computers running Microsoft Windows Vista and Microsoft Windows 7, as well as server versions of it’s operating system.
The vulnerability could expose Internet users to have their personal and other sensitive information retrieved by hackers when visiting websites that are designed to exploit the vulnerability.
There are up to 900 Million users of the popular web browsing application worldwide.
According to Microsoft, there is no current exploits active on the internet, however it has provided the work around as an interim measure, with security fixes being worked on, which can be applied through future Windows Updates.
Microsoft’s advisory bulletin on the vunerability can be found here:
A temporary fix can be downloaded from the Microsoft Website:
For assistance or support, contact Microsoft on 13 20 58 (Australian users only)
NOTE: One accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of this article, or any potential damage or inconvenience caused by the use of information contained on this article, or the sites linked from this article. You should refer to a computer security expert if you are uncomfortable with any of the suggested solutions provided in the Microsoft article, or seek assistance from Microsoft support.