Researchers at Black Hat found a weak spot in some WSUS configurations that could allow an attacker to compromise any server or desktop in an enterprise.
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The commenting period regarding the Wassenaar Arrangement expired on Monday but the echo chamber around the largely maligned proposal continues to reverberate.
UPDATE–As if all of the vulnerabilities in Flash and Windows discovered in the Hacking Team document cache and the 193 bugs Oracle fixed last week weren’t enough for organizations to deal with, HP’s Zero Day Initiative has released four new zero days in Internet Explorer Mobile that can lead to remote code execution on Windows Phones.[…]
Microsoft released an out-of-band patch Monday that addresses a critical remote flaw with the way Adobe Type Manager Library handles OpenType fonts in all versions of Windows.
Dennis Fisher and Mike Mimoso talk about all of the patches from Microsoft, Adobe and Oracle, the Flash security saga and the Darkode forum takedown.
iSight Partners provides details on an Office zero day patched this week that was used by the prolific APT 28 gang.
Microsoft ended security support for existing Microsoft Security Essentials customers running Windows XP, a little more than a year after support officially ended
Microsoft patched a Windows kernel zero day vulnerability uncovered among the data stolen from the controversial Hacking Team.
Samsung said today it will no longer automatically disable Windows updates on PCs and laptops it manufactures and will release a patch “within a few days.”
Samsung’s update mechanism for Windows PCs and laptops silently disables Windows Update, computing enthusiast Patrick Barker has discovered.