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More NTP Holes Fixed

An update released for the Network Time Protocol (NTP) to address a series of low and medium severity vulnerabilities reported
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Red Hat Patches Vulnerabilities

Red Hat patched two vulnerabilities related to the “libuser” library, which a local attacker could leverage to escalate to root
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Fixes Out for Linux Kernel Flaw

There is a flaw in the Linux kernel that could let a local user crash or run programs as an
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GnuTLS Library Vulnerability

A cryptographic bug similar to the one in iOS and OS X is in the GnuTLS code library, widely used
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Hackers Squeezing JBoss Bug

There is a vulnerability that compromises JBoss Java EE application servers that exposes the HTTP Invoker service to the Internet,
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3 Join Cyber Security Alliance

There are three new partners for the Lockheed Martin’s Cyber Security Alliance. Red Hat, FireEye and Splunk will work to
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Apache Server Log File Hole

A security hole that allows attackers to take control of the server is in Apache. The vulnerability is in the
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Xen Targeted Virtually

A virtual machine escape attack exploits the vulnerability in Xen hypervisors and allows an attacker within a guest virtual machine
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Hole Found; Patch Not Used; Worm Exploits

A new worm is turning servers running older versions of the JBoss Application Server into botnet drones. The malware behind
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Wireshark Updates Vulnerabilities

Wireshark developers released version 1.2.15 and 1.4.4 of their open source, cross-platform network protocol analyzer; maintenance updates that address two
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