A recent Linux update patched a vulnerability that enabled fraudsters to use heap spraying methods to execute arbitrary code and escalate permissions.
Written by John Markott, Director of Product Management, Carbon Black and I-Lung Kao, BigFix Product Manager, IBM Security Vulnerability management is one of the biggest problems plaguing the security industry today. According to Gartner’s...
The OpenSSL patch issued on Sept. 22 was meant to fix a vulnerability, but it only caused more problems. The Sept. 26 update fixed the outstanding issues.
New Microsoft patches are still dealing with a flaw discovered in November of last year — it was first Evil Maid and is now known as Malicious Butler.
The Cisco ASA IKE buffer overflow is a critical vulnerability and requires a proactive response. Let's look at possible Cisco ASA remediation actions.
Lenovo, LinkedIn and Zen Cart addressed serious software flaws during the holiday weekend, but now users can rest assured that vulnerabilities are patched.
October's Patch Tuesday has come and gone. Here's what you should know about what was updated — and why you shouldn't delay downloading these fixes.
Hi everyone Last week, Microsoft released MS13-038 as part of the updates for May 2013. This specifically patches CVE-2013-1347, which is used in the compromise of U.S. Department of Labor website recently (well, I’m sure...