The blackhats have created a new strain of malware that targets the same vulnerability as the WannaCry ransomware from the first week of May. The Malware is called as EternalRocks, which uses the same flaw in Microsoft’s SMB networking protocol to infect other Windows systems that haven’t yet been patched with MS17-010. However, this new […]

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Microsoft May 2017 Patch Tuesday addressing 56 security vulnerabilities in addition to 7 vulnerabilities for Adobe Flash Player. The May security release consists of security updates for the following software: Internet Explorer Microsoft Edge Microsoft Windows Microsoft Office and Microsoft Office Services and Web Apps NET Framework Adobe Flash Player Three Windows Zero-day vulnerabilities have […]

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    Microsoft October 2016 Patch Tuesday brings 10 Security bulletins addressing 37 Vulnerabilities. Six bulletins are rated as Critical, three are rated as Important and one is rated as Moderate. Six Critical bulletins are, MS16-118 for Internet Explorer cover 11 CVE’s, MS16-119 for Microsoft Edge cover 13 CVE’s, MS16-120 for Microsoft Graphics cover 7 CVE’s, MS16-121 for […]

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One of the major and serious threats on the internet today is malicious software, often referred to as a Malware. Malware, short form of malicious software, is any software used to disrupt computer operations, gather sensitive information, gain access to private computer systems, or display unwanted advertising. The malware being designed by attackers are polymorphic and […]

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A critical vulnerability has been found in Samba which affects all Windows platforms, termed as badlock. It will be patched on April 12, 2016. Samba is an open source implementation of the SMB/CIFS network protocol, which runs on non-windows operating systems like Unix, IBM System 390, Linux, OpenVMS and other operating systems and allows them to […]

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