Today Microsoft released regular monthly patches, fixing a total of 50 vulnerabilities. Among these Microsoft rated 11 as Critical and rest 39 as Important. These vulnerabilities impact Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Exchange Server, ASP.NET Core, .NET Core, PowerShell Core, ChakraCore, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Office Services and Web Apps. This month […]

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This valentine’s day Microsoft released security patches addressing a total of 50 security vulnerabilities in various Microsoft products along with additional patches for the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities (ADV180002), as a part of regulr patch tuesday. Among these 14 rated as Critical, 34 rated as Important and 2 rated as Moderate. These vulnerabilities impact Outlook, Edge, […]

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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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Microsoft December 2017 Patch Tuesday addresses 32 security vulnerabilities in six of its main product categories. Among these 20 CVE’s are rated as Critical, and 12 are rated as Important. None of the Windows OS patches are rated as critical, and there are no zero days patched in this month, although Internet Explorer with 13 patched vulnerabilities (9 critical) and Edge with […]

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  Source: thehackernews.com Return of Coppersmith’s Attack, or ROCA for short is a cryptographic weakness in generation of RSA keys, that allows the private key of a key pair to be recovered from the public key. RSA is a public key cryptosystem widely used for secure data transmission. The vulnerability tracked as CVE-2017-15361, affects RSA key […]

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A major new security flaw has been discovered and it affects practically every device that uses Wi-Fi. Its called KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attacks), and its very easy for attackers to decrypt and spy on anything a victim do online, which includes any passwords that a victim types or any documents sent can be seen by […]

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