Archive for the ‘Security patching’ Category

Google Says Upgrade To Windows 10 After Critical Flaws Found In Chrome And Windows 7

Hot on the heels of disclosing a critical zero-day vulnerability in Chrome that was being exploited in the wild by attackers, Google has now uncovered another critical zero-day that is being used alongside it to take over Windows machines. Source: Google Says Upgrade To Windows 10 After Critical Flaws Found In Chrome And Windows 7

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Did you hear the one about Cisco routers using strcpy insecurely for login authentication? Makes you go AAAAA-AAAAAAArrg *segfault*

RV110W, RV130W, RV215W need patching to close remote hijacking bug Source: Did you hear the one about Cisco routers using strcpy insecurely for login authentication? Makes you go AAAAA-AAAAAAArrg *segfault* Enter your email address: Delivered by FeedBurner

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Windows 7 and Server 2008 Updates to Require SHA-2 Support Starting July

Microsoft announced on its support website that future Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 updates will require SHA-2 code signing support to be installed starting with July 16, 2019. Source: Windows 7 and Server 2008 Updates to Require SHA-2 Support Starting July

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Businesses can safely delay patching most vulnerabilities

Patching vulnerabilities is often seen as a key element of keeping systems secure. But a new report suggests businesses could be ‘smarter’ in their patching regimes and prioritize the i… Source: Businesses can safely delay patching most vulnerabilities 🔒 securing the business 🔒 DISC InfoSec  

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