After last year’s Service Message Block (SMB) ultra-shock, this year a new denial-of-service vulnerability is discovered in SMBv3 which can be exploited to crash Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 machines with a single packet. This vulnerability has been assigned CVE-2018-0833. Technical Jargon: The negotiation of the SMBv3 session always starts with an […]

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Adobe, one of the most admired Tech firms today, released security updates patching up critical, important and moderate security holes in its Adobe Acrobat, Reader and Experience Manager products. Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is an enterprise web content management system that facilitates organizing, managing, and delivering creative assets. Together, patches for 43 vulnerabilities were released […]

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Image Source: www.digitaltrends.com Apple released security updates this week, which affects macOS High Sierra, OS X El Capitan, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV and all Apple Watch models. These security updates addresses total of 17 vulnerabilities (CVE’s), Out of these 17 vulnerabilities 10 lead to arbitrary code execution. Along with security updates tech giant also […]

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Start of this new year, Meltdown and Spectre kept us busy. Today Microsoft released regular patches fixing a total of 23 vulnerabilities. Among these Microsoft rated one CVE as Critical, 20 as Important, one as Moderate and last one as Low. Microsoft also released 2 advisories for Adobe and Microsoft Office. Out of these 23 […]

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A serious security flaw affecting all versions of Microsoft Office has been discovered by security researcher Lino Antonio Buono. The flaw is within the legitimate feature of Microsoft Office allowing malicious actors to create and spreads macro-based self-replicating malware. The flaw takes advantage of fact that a registry key value dictates whether external (or untrusted) macros can […]

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