Microsoft November 2017 Patch Tuesday addresses 53 security vulnerabilities in six of it’s main product categories. Amoung these 19 CVE’s are rated as Critical, 31 are rated as Important, and 3 are moderate. None of the Windows OS patches are rated as critical, and there are no zero days patched in this month. But according […]

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Adobe has unleashed security patches for most of its major products in its November security updates. Security updates include products, Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Connect, Adobe Acrobat and Reader, Adobe DNG Converter, Adobe Digital Editions, and Adobe shock player. Total of 83 vulnerabilities have been issued with patch, which includes […]

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A major ransomware attack named “BadRabbit” is disrupting systems across Europe. The attack has been spreading wildly. BadRabbit locks out a user from login and demands a ransom worth of ~300$ in BitCoin. Some of the countries that are targeted are Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, and Turkey. Russian victims were the biggest targets accounting to about 71% of […]

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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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Over 5.3 billion devices across windows, Linux, ios, and android are affected with a new attack vector called BlueBorne. Unless traditional attacks, this attack vector spreads over the air via Bluetooth and hacker does not need to pair with each device. If Bluetooth is turned on, the hacker can get control of the device, spread the malware, […]

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CCleaner is a system cleanup tool by Piriform, which is now owned by Avast. A suspicious activity was identified on September 12th, 2017, where an unknown IP address receiving data from software found in version 5.33.6162 of CCleaner. Later it was found that the 5.33.6162 version of CCleaner was illegally modified before it was released […]

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Adobe has released four security updates for Adobe Flash Player (APSB17-28), Adobe RoboHelp(APSB17-28), and Adobe Cold Fusion (APSB17-30) which covers a total of 8 CVE’s. Adobe Flash Player address two critical memory corruption vulnerabilities that could lead to code execution. Adobe Cold Fusion address a critical XML parsing vulnerability, an important cross-site scripting vulnerability that could lead to […]

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VisualDiscovery is an Adware program by SuperFish.inc. VisualDiscovery was able to access consumer’s personal information sent online, including login credentials, social security numbers, medical information, and financial information.   VisualDiscovery Adware comes bundled with many free software’s that are available over the internet. Between 2014 to 2015 VisualDiscovery came as a pre installed software on […]

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 Image Source: pcworld   Ever wonder why your system running slower than usual, and how those annoying random messages pop-up? or the newly added extensions in your browser, which you never used. The browser can’t load pages, internet connectivity is one thing but your computer is always slow. Those crashes that happen every now and then, […]

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Adobe has released four security updates for Adobe Flash Player (APSB17-23), Adobe Experience Manager (APSB17-26), Adobe Acrobat and Reader (APSB17-24) and Adobe Digital Editions (APSB17-27) which covers a total of 80 CVE’s. Adobe Flash Player address a critical type confusion vulnerability that could lead to code execution and an important security bypass vulnerability that could […]

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