Posts Tagged ‘arbitrary code execution’

Fatek Automation Vulnerabilities

There is a heap memory corruption and two stack buffer overflow vulnerabilities in Fatek’s Automation PM and FV Designer applications,
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Apple Patches OS Vulnerabilities

Apple released the final version of macOS Sierra 10.12 that fixes 65 security vulnerabilities. Suffering from 16 holes, the “apache_mod_php”
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Apple Patches Vulnerabilities

Apple issued a patch for OS X, iOS, iTunes, Safari, tvOS and watchOS this week fixing a boatload of vulnerabilities.
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Firefox Security Issues Mitigated

Mozilla patched 14 vulnerabilities with the release of its Firefox 46 browser. Firefox 46 addresses four critical issues, described as
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Adobe Patches Flash Player Vulnerabilities

Adobe updated Flash Player, fixing 23 vulnerabilities, including holes for information disclosure, security bypass, and arbitrary code execution. The list
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Apple Patches QuickTime

Apple patched nine vulnerabilities when it released QuickTime 7.7.8 for Windows. The update addresses a series of memory corruption issues
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Apple Fixes Safari Holes

Apple fixed security holes with the release of Safari 8.0.4, Safari 7.1.4, and Safari 6.2.4. Sixteen memory corruption issues were
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Sielco Sistemi Fixes Winlog Holes

While it took just under two years, there is an update Sielco Sistemi Winlog multiple vulnerabilities first published in July,
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Adobe Patches Shockwave Player

Shockwave Player just got an update from Adobe Systems in order to fix a critical vulnerability that could allow attackers
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Adobe Patches Flash Player, Shockwave

Adobe patched holes in its Flash Player and Shockwave Player Tuesday, including one that already has an exploit chomping at
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