Adobe has released four security updates for Adobe Flash Player (APSB17-28), Adobe RoboHelp(APSB17-28), and Adobe Cold Fusion (APSB17-30) which covers a total of 8 CVE’s. Adobe Flash Player address two critical memory corruption vulnerabilities that could lead to code execution. Adobe Cold Fusion address a critical XML parsing vulnerability, an important cross-site scripting vulnerability that could lead to […]

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VisualDiscovery is an Adware program by SuperFish.inc. VisualDiscovery was able to access consumer’s personal information sent online, including login credentials, social security numbers, medical information, and financial information.   VisualDiscovery Adware comes bundled with many free software’s that are available over the internet. Between 2014 to 2015 VisualDiscovery came as a pre installed software on […]

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 Image Source: pcworld   Ever wonder why your system running slower than usual, and how those annoying random messages pop-up? or the newly added extensions in your browser, which you never used. The browser can’t load pages, internet connectivity is one thing but your computer is always slow. Those crashes that happen every now and then, […]

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Adobe has released four security updates for Adobe Flash Player (APSB17-23), Adobe Experience Manager (APSB17-26), Adobe Acrobat and Reader (APSB17-24) and Adobe Digital Editions (APSB17-27) which covers a total of 80 CVE’s. Adobe Flash Player address a critical type confusion vulnerability that could lead to code execution and an important security bypass vulnerability that could […]

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Yet another large scale widespread ransomware attack immobilized many organizations around the world. Last month we had seen the infamous WannaCry taking over the world by affecting more than 3 million computers in over 150 countries, with the UK’s national health service, and German state railways among those hardest hit. This time it is Petya(NotPetya, Petna, or SortaPetya), […]

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WannaCry (also known as Wana Decrypt0r 2.0, Wannacryptor, WannaCrypt, wana Decryptor) ransomware disrupts 2-3 millions of devices around 150 countries, taking important files as a hostage and demanding a ransom of $600 worth of bitcoins. The ransomware is found to be using the old SMB vulnerability (MS17-010 released in April 2017) to spread across devices. There was no second doubt […]

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