Fig 1: Image credit: zdnet.com Armis Security Inc., a cybersecurity firm based in United States, has discovered five critical vulnerabilities in a networking protocol developed by Cisco. These flaws could enable hackers to target virtually all devices, from data center switches to cameras and IP phones worldwide. These vulnerabilities were disclosed when Cisco released fixes […]

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Adobe, this Tuesday as always released its monthly set of security advisories for vulnerabilities that have been identified and addressed in various products. This month’s advisory release addresses 4 advisories with 16 vulnerabilities, with 4 of them rated critical, 10 are rated important and 2 as moderate in severity. These vulnerabilities impact Adobe Technical Communications Suite, Adobe Framemaker, […]

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  Adobe, This Tuesday as always released its monthly set of security advisories for vulnerabilities that have been identified and addressed in various products. This month’s advisory release addresses 4 advisories with 11 vulnerabilities , with 2 of them rated critical, 6 are rated important and 3 as moderate in severity. These vulnerabilities impact Acrobat Reader and Acrobat […]

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  Adobe, This Tuesday as always released its monthly set of security advisories for vulnerabilities that have been identified and addressed in various products. This month’s advisory release addresses 4 advisories with 112 vulnerabilities , with 78 of them rated critical, 34 are rated important in severity. These vulnerabilities impact Acrobat Reader and Acrobat products, Adobe […]

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Adobe on Monday released security advisories for its Acrobat and Reader, and Photoshop products. These advisories address 48 vulnerabilities , with 25 of them rated critical and 23 rated important. Both the products suffer from critical vulnerabilities. In the wild Security researchers from Slovak antivirus vendor ESET bumped into an Adobe zero-day vulnerability when they discovered […]

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  Five hours! Five hours! That’s how long it took for hackers to exploit Drupal vulnerability (CVE-2018-7602) after the patches were released. This time, instead of releasing the patches straight away, Drupal dropped a PSA(Public Service Announcement) approximately two days before releasing the updates to get the website owners and developers ready to patch out […]

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