Adobe has released security updates for multiple products to include Adobe Acrobat and Reader, Experience Manager and other products.
Oracle has released its Critical Patch Update for October 2019 to include 219 vulnerability fixes across multiple products. The company also continues to receive reports of remote attackers attempting to maliciously exploit unpatched vulnerabilities.
Juniper has released security updates to fix 27 vulnerabilities on multiple products late last week.
Hackers have been recently targeting at least two vulnerabilities on unpatched Exim email systems. Exim has already released two updates in September that fixes each of the flaws.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued new Security-Focused Configuration Management of Information Systems guidelines (SP 800-128).
Apple has issued security updates for macOS Catalina, iCloud and iTunes.
Microsoft issued the October 2019 Security Updates that include 59 unique vulnerability fixes, 10 of those rated critical. In addition, Adobe has not published any new patches.
Cyber attackers are exploiting an older Drupal remote code execution vulnerability CVE-2018-7600 dubbed Drupalgeddon2.
Microsoft has warned a cyber threat group dubbed Phosphorus has recently targeted email accounts belonging to Microsoft customers.
Security experts are again warning that advanced persistent threat (APT) actors are exploiting vulnerabilities in multiple Virtual Private Network (VPN) applications.