Intel has released four security advisories to address vulnerabilities in multiple Intel products, to include Intel® Media SDK, Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzer for Linux, Microprocessor Memory Mapping and Intel® NUC.
Microsoft issued the April 2019 Security Updates that include 74 unique vulnerability fixes, 16 of them rated critical and two zero-days that were being actively exploited.
Samba has released fixes for two security vulnerabilities that impact Samba products. A remote attacker could take advantage of these bugs and exploit unpatched systems.
Check Point security researchers have discovered a vulnerability in security software that comes pre-installed in Xiaomi smartphones.
The Apache Foundation has patched a high severity privilege escalation vulnerability in Apache HTTP Server 2.4 (releases 2.4.17 to 2.4.38). Web servers should be patched as soon as possible since the bug could allow attackers a way to gain "root" or full admin access to server.
Cisco released a new security update warning users of ongoing, limited, exploitation of a critical WebEx vulnerability that impacts multiple products.
ASUS released a new security update in response to Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) actors that targeted certain international organizations. A new version of ASUS Live Update was made available.
Apple released security updates that address vulnerabilities in multiple products, to include iOS, macOS, Xcode, Safari, iCloud, iTunes and tvOS.
Mozilla released security updates for Firefox 60 and newly released version Firefox 66 to address two critical vulnerabilities.
Are you still running Windows 7? If you are, here is another reason to upgrade to Windows 10 as soon as possible. Microsoft will officially end support for Windows 7 on January 14, 2020.