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Security risks if a server in not supported anymore

I have an SQL 2000 database server which is not supported by Microsoft anymore. We have our information security policy applied and even PCI requirements. What are the security risks that we might ...
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What is a good way to be alerted of major security patches for software I use? [duplicate]

I maintain a few webservers running ubuntu, apache, mysql, and python/django. I update all the libraries quarterly, but I'd like to update more often when a patch for a major vulnerability is ...
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Notification or report for security problem of unix systems? [duplicate]

I have unix systems(Solaris,Oracle,Redhat vs).I have to control all system for security problem,bugs,patch,vulnerabilities I'm looking for securty information for all security issue After that I'll ...
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Security announcement mailing list for Java

I didn't find a security announcement mailing list for Java (from Oracle). How to get notified about new Java patches? I am not interested in other Oracle products. For example Apple provides such a ...
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Zero day vulnerability appropriate corrective action

Is it appropriate for a software developer to provide zero day vulnerability corrections as at-user-discretion installers to apply patches or is it preferred to force it in cyclic updates? The reason ...
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Does every security patch get back ported to every .NET framework? Are there exceptions to the rule?

I can imagine a scenario where Microsoft will create a security patch for some versions of .NET and not others. This might occur in occasions it's too expensive to regression test and back port all ...