Thursday, November 26, 2020
Powerpoint

PowerPoint file Equipped with CVE-2017-0199 could Compromise Your System

Security experts from FortiGuard Labs discovered a malicious Powerpoint file in name ADVANCED DIPLOMATIC PROTOCOL AND ETIQUETTE SUMMIT.ppsx using the CVE-2017-0199 Vulnerability.By opening, this malicious PDF file may compromise your system. CVE-2017-0199 was originally a zero-day remote code execution vulnerability...
Flash Player

Adobe Flash Player Bug that can Leak Windows User Credentials

Adobe published a new version of Flash player in the middle of this week covering the Security issues under CVE-2017-3085 that affects all the platforms of windows(Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8.x and 10). This flaw was identified by Security researcher...
Millions of IoT Devices Infected with “Devil’s Ivy” RCE vulnerability

Millions of IoT Devices Infected with “Devil’s Ivy” Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Including Internet...

A New Vulnerability called  “Devil’s Ivy” Discovered that infected Tens of Millions of IoT Devices which leads to Remotely Execute the code in IoT's including cameras and Card Readers. A stack Buffer over Flow Vulnerability  Presented in the many IoT...
Adobe patches Multiple Security Flaw in Flash Player

Adobe patches Multiple Security Flaw in Flash Player and Adobe Connect

Adobe releases patches for critical security flaws which allows attackers to control your system. This bundle applies for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and Chrome OS. Flash Player Security Update - APSB17-21 These critical vulnerabilities affected Adobe Flash Player Desktop Runtime, Adobe Flash...
Vulnerabilities with Pre-installed Packages open Dell systems to Hack

Multiple Vulnerabilities with Pre-installed Packages open Dell systems to Hack

Security experts from Talos discovered a couple of vulnerabilities in Dell Precision software which allow attackers to disable security mechanisms, escalate privileges and execute arbitrary code within the context of the application user. CVE-2016-9038 This vulnerability exists with Invincea-X, Dell Protected...
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