PoC exploits released for F5 BIG-IP vulnerabilities, Patch Now!

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Two days after patches for critical F5 BIG-IP vulnerability were released, security researchers have started publicly posting proof-of-concept (PoC) exploits show how easy it is to exploit these devices. F5 customers using BIG-IP devices and solutions include governments, Fortune 500 firms, banks, Internet services providers, and many consumer brands, including Microsoft, Oracle, and Facebook. On Friday, F5… Read more »

Microsoft Releases June 2020 Security Patches For 129 Vulnerabilities

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Microsoft released its June 2020 batch of software security updates that patches a total of 129 newly discovered vulnerabilities affecting various versions of Windows operating systems and related products. This is the third Patch Tuesday update since the beginning of the global Covid-19 outbreak, putting some extra pressure on security teams struggling to keep up… Read more »

Intel Patches High Severity Flaw in VTune Performance Profiler

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Intel patched six security vulnerabilities during the January 2020 Patch Tuesday, including a high severity vulnerability in VTune and a bug affecting the Intel Processor Graphics drivers for Windows and Linux. The security issues addressed today are detailed in the six security advisories published on Intel’s Product Security Center. According to Intel, these vulnerabilities could allow authenticated users… Read more »

Adobe Releases Patches for ‘Likely Exploitable’ Critical Vulnerabilities

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Adobe today released updates for four of its widely used software—including Adobe Acrobat and Reader, Photoshop CC, ColdFusion, and Brackets—to patch a total of 25 new security vulnerabilities. Seventeen of these flaws have been rated as critical in severity, with most of them carrying high priority patches, indicating that the vulnerabilities are more likely to be used… Read more »

TPM-Fail Vulnerabilities Affecting Billions of Devices

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A team of cybersecurity researchers today disclosed details of two new potentially serious CPU vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to retrieve cryptographic keys protected inside TPM chips manufactured by STMicroelectronics or firmware-based Intel TPMs. Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is a specialized hardware or firmware-based security solution that has been designed to store and protect sensitive information… Read more »