Patching is one of the best security practices followed to fix software vulnerabilities. Studies show that much serious ransomware like WannaCry could have been easily prevented if software updates were patched on time. For cyber attackers, un-updated software is always a welcome sign to intrude the network. Even though, many of us know patching is […]

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A security researcher recently uncovered four vulnerabilities in IBM Data Risk Manager and publicly disclosed them following a refusal from the tech giant to act on the same. These Zero-Day vulnerabilities, which have not been assigned any CVEs yet, comprise 3 critical and 1 high severity bugs. The IBM Data Risk Manager is an enterprise […]

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As the global pandemic, COVID-19 is hitting the world hard, organizations’ workforces are now working from home. No company can easily work without regular meetings, team communications, partner and client calls, webinars, online training, video-conferences etc. Not just corporate organizations, even the educational institutions are dependent on these remote meeting software to continue their regular […]

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Microsoft has released January Patch Tuesday security updates today, fixing 49 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) in the family of Windows operating systems and related products which includes Windows, Office, Office Services and Web Apps, Internet Explorer, .NET Core, ASP.NET, .NET Framework, OneDrive for Android, and Microsoft Dynamics. Out of these, 8 are classified as […]

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Microsoft publicizes November Patch Tuesday security updates today, fixing 74 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) in the family of Windows operating systems and related products. Out of these, 13 are classified as “Critical” and 61 as “Important”. Amongst the 13 Critical vulnerabilities, there is one vulnerability in Internet Explorer which is under the radar of […]

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Microsoft rolls out October Patch Tuesday security updates today, remediating 60 common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) in the family of Windows operating systems and related products. Out of these 9 are classified as “Critical“, and 51 as “Important”. There are no reported zero-days this month but there is one publicly disclosed vulnerability Windows Error Reporting […]

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