Apple fixed 141 vulnerabilities across multiple products including macOS Sierra, iOS, watchOS, tvOS, iCloud, Safari, and iTunes. Most of the vulnerabilities exist in some instances with root privileges (41 in iOS 41, 37 in macOS Sierra, 23 in tvOS and 12 in watchOS) and could lead to arbitrary code execution. Apple also fixed 26 vulnerabilities in Safari browser, which could lead to […]

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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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The Model-View-Framework Apache Struts2, an open source and free framework for simplifying the creation of web applications in Java has been recently patched to mitigate a zero day vulnerability. Apache Struts2 is been affected with a new vulnerability which is being actively exploited in the wild. The vulnerability is a possible Remote Code Execution which […]

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(Image source: WordPress ) WordPress the easiest, one of the most powerful blogging and website content management system has silently fixed a dangerous vulnerability in WordPress REST API Endpoint which was recently added to WordPress version 4.7.0 and enabled by default. The REST API has been affected by an unauthenticated privilege escalation vulnerability, that could possibly lead to […]

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Adobe has released one critical security update for Adobe Flash Player (APSB16-37) and one security update for Adobe Connect (APSB16-35). The security updates for Adobe Flash Player resolves critical vulnerabilities that allow attackers to execute arbitrary code and take control of the affected systems. The security updates for the Adobe Connect resolves an input validation […]

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Microsoft November 2016 Patch Tuesday brings 14 Security bulletins addressing 75 Vulnerabilities. Six bulletins are rated as Critical, eight are rated as Important. The Six Critical bulletins are as follows: MS16-129 for Microsoft’s Edge browser covers 17 CVE’s MS16-130 for Microsoft Windows covers 3 CVE’s MS16-131 for Microsoft Video Control covers 1 CVE’s MS16-132 for […]

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