Attacks emanating from Indonesia and China were plentiful over the last few months, with both countries being credited for three quarters of the world’s attacks in April, May and June.
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Cisco pushed out patches for two products this week, addressing a handful of vulnerabilities in their Firewall Services Module (FWSM) software and their Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) software.
Blackberry added to Patch Tuesday’s patches with an update for its BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 mobile device management product, fixing a remote code execution vulnerability.
Eight bulletins and 28 vulnerabilities, including two Internet Explorer zero days, are addressed by Microsoft’s October Patch Tuesday update.
Taiwanese electronics company Asus has released an update for one of its routers that corrects an authentication bypass vulnerability discovered in the devices over the summer.
Microsoft has announced that it plans to release eight patches next week as part of October’s Patch Tuesday release, addressing flaws in its Windows, Internet Explorer, .NET Framework, Office, Server and Silverlight software.
Adobe has announced that it plans next week to patch critical vulnerabilities in two products, Adobe Reader and Acrobat XI (11.0.04) for Windows.
Web app framework Django contains a vulnerability that puts session cookies at risk, but the group in charge has decided not to patch the flaw, and instead warn developers about the problem.
Three separate targeted attack campaigns in Asia have been using the IE zero-day exploit reported on two weeks ago.
Debian developers alerted Linux users late last week of a new build, linux-2.6 that fixes 11 separate vulnerabilities that could open the kernel to a denial of service attack, information leak or privilege escalation.