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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A security researcher recently uncovered four vulnerabilities in IBM Data Risk Manager and publicly disclosed them following a refusal from the tech giant to act on the same. These Zero-Day vulnerabilities, which have not been assigned any CVEs yet, comprise 3 critical and 1 high severity bugs. The IBM Data Risk Manager is an enterprise […]

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In a bid to fix three new vulnerabilities in its browser, Google has issued updates for Chrome on all the major platforms. The search giant published an advisory to address the high-severity vulnerabilities, with the most severe one leading to arbitrary code execution and claimed by the Google Development Team as “being exploited in the […]

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Linux users, beware! One of the most powerful and well known command line utility, sudo, could aid users to gain superuser privileges in spite of the existing restrictions. With sudo being installed in almost all flavors of UNIX-like operating systems, a major number of users could possibly be affected. Who said security was easy? Right, […]

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