Tag Archives: zero-day vulnerability

Third party 0patch closes FoxIt vulnerability

[German]FoxIt PDF Reader has two critical zero-day-vulnerabilities, that hasn't been patched yet. Now a third party security vendor has released a micro patch to close CVE-2017-10952. Advertising

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Firefox Zero-day exploit puts Tor users at risk

A publicly released exploit (zero-day exploit) works against many Firefox browser versions – and put Tor users (and possibly other Firefox users) at risk. Officials at Tor has confirmed the vulnerability, no Firefox patch is available yet. Advertising

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How to find weak passwords in Active Directory and eliminate them with PowerShell

[Sponsored Post]Weak or compromised passwords are a known gateway for attackers. If you are able to identify which users in Active Directory (AD) are threatened by this, then PowerShell can help to remedy it. However, PowerShell scripts cannot eliminate basic AD deficits, other tools are needed for this. More ...

Windows has a zero-day vulnerability–Google closes it in Chrome browser

[German]Google published a previously publicly-unknown vulnerability in Windows kernel and closes it in Google Chrome browser. Advertising

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Adobe Flash Player

Adobe Flash Player (and older versions) contains a critical vulnerability as it is documented in Security Advisory APSA16-03 June 14, 2016. Time to update Flash Player to version Advertising

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Zero-Day-Exploit (May 2016) in Windows?

[German]Currently an offer for a Windows Zero-Day-Exploit is floating within a Russian underground forum. The exploit claims to use a local privilege escalation (LPE) vulnerability to attack fully patched Windows machines, from Windows 2000 up to Windows 10 and all … Continue reading

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Google reveals third Windows 7/8.1 zero-day vulnerability

Google has revealed this month another unpatched zero-day vulnerability in Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. This is the third time, Google refuses Microsoft's call for a more flexible vulnerability disclosure deadline. Advertising

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