Category Archives: Vulnerabilities
Microsoft have released over this week several security patches that comes to fix critical security vulnerabilities. One of these vulnerabilities is an HTTP.sys security issue that do not properly handle HTTP-requests and may lead to DoS or remote code execution.
Heartbleed OpenSSL security vulnerability is still not the last vulnerability we see for OpenSSL but we continue to find new and critical security issues in OpenSSL library. New security advisory have been published that include several high severity vulnerabilities that
New security update have been released by Mozilla Firefox 36.0.1, the list of patches include fix for nine security vulnerabilities. While users may apply the security update automatically from the browser update. Updates will fix the following: 36.0.1 – Disable
Adobe has released over this week security updates to fix critical vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash. The patches are going to address 18 vulnerabilities 15 of them allows remote code execution. CVE 2015-0313 is actively used by attackers to compromise systems
New vulnerability have been discovered by Qualys security researchers called GHOST that affect Linux based systems in the glibc-2.2 (GNU C Library) since 2000. Ghost allow attacker to control a system without having any credentials. The vulnerability may exist on
Network devices and routers are the best target for several reasons such as they include a firmware that can be shipped with backdoor and there is no antivirus to detect/identify malicious code on the firmware. This makes with each router