Every organization has its own IT Assets. They might range from desktops, laptops, mobile devices to switches, hubs, routers, the list does not stop here. As organizations expand their business, it leads to an increase in the number of assets attached to their network. What is the need for Asset Control? Think of an asset […]

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Apple released security updates for multiple products. A total of 59 vulnerabilities were addressed. The exploitation of some of these security flaws could allow an attacker to take control of an affected system. The update for macOS includes fixes for 48 vulnerabilities which could allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges, cause […]

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COVID 19 has bought a lot of changes to the world. Various industries have evolved from their regular work pattern and have come up with new regulations to handle the wild spread of the pandemic. One of the important sectors to undergo this major transition would be the educational institutions. Moving from conventional classroom programs […]

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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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Release notes SanerNow 4.5.0.0 brings several enhancements to the Patch Management (PM) module along with a few product performance improvements. This maintenance release also consists of fixes to bugs, security issues, and enhancements to REST API coverage.   Release Summary Performance Improvements – Enhanced product performance for better usage Access SanerNow Dashboards more efficiently now:Significant […]

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Adobe had released security updates providing fixes for 16 critical vulnerabilities in Adobe Acrobat, Reader, and Adobe DNG Software Development Kit. A total of 36 security bugs were patched in this release. The critical vulnerabilities could allow the attackers to execute arbitrary code or bypass the target machine’s security features. These flaws affect Windows and […]

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Microsoft has released May Patch Tuesday security updates, addressing a total of 111 vulnerabilities in the family of Windows operating systems and related products. Out of these, 16 are classified as Critical and 95 as Important which includes Microsoft Windows, Edge EdgeHTML-based, Chromium-based, ChakraCore, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, and Microsoft Office Services and Web Apps, […]

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Cisco has rolled out security patches for eleven different products. Advisories released for Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software and Cisco Firepower Threat Defense Software are considered important. The most severe of these vulnerabilities could enable an attacker to perform a directory traversal attack thereby gaining read and delete access to sensitive files on the affected […]

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Chris is an IT administrator working for a large enterprise with multiple remote offices. Chris deals with numerous system issues on a day-to-day basis. One of the major issues which consumed a lot of his time was dealing with system slowdown due to application startups. This issue was frequently raised by the users when his […]

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