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Mitigate Ivanti Vulnerabilities: CISA Issues...

In recent times, the cybersecurity landscape has witnessed a surge in threats targeting Ivanti Connect Secure and Ivanti Policy Secure solutions. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has raised...

Multiple Go Vulnerabilities Fixed in...

Go is an open-source programming language that has gained popularity for efficiency and simplicity. However, as with any software, vulnerabilities can lurk within its libraries and modules. It is essential...

Ubuntu Fixed High-Severity QEMU...

QEMU is a widely used open-source emulator for running multiple operating systems within a virtual machine. However, recent discoveries by the Ubuntu security team have shed light on issues within...

Ubuntu Security Updates Addressed Node.js...

The Ubuntu security team has recently addressed several vulnerabilities affecting Node.js packages in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. These vulnerabilities were initially found in OpenSSL. As the Node.js uses OpenSSL, it affected...

Critical Linux Security Updates for...

In the dynamic realm of cybersecurity, staying ahead of potential threats is crucial for maintaining a secure computing environment. For Debian GNU/Linux users, keeping the system updated with the latest...

Google Cloud Patched Privilege Escalation...

Recently, Google Cloud addressed a medium-severity security vulnerability that could potentially be exploited by attackers with access to a Kubernetes cluster. This flaw, discovered and reported by Palo Alto Networks...

Alert: Chinese Threat Actors Exploit...

In recent developments, Barracuda, a prominent network and email cybersecurity firm, has been grappling with a zero-day vulnerability. The vulnerability has been identified as CVE-2023-7102 in its Email Security Gateway...

Debian and Ubuntu Fixed OpenSSH...

Debian and Ubuntu have released security updates for their respective OS versions, addressing five flaws discovered in the openssh package. In this article, we will delve into the intricacies of...

Security Vulnerabilities Addressed in Firefox...

In its latest stride towards user security, Mozilla has rolled out Firefox 121, bringing along a slew of crucial updates to address 18 vulnerabilities, five of which carry a ‘high‘...

Debian 12.4 Arrived with 65...

The third ISO update to the current stable Debian 12 series, Debian 12.4, has arrived superseding Debian 12.3. Debian 12.3 was delayed due to an issue in the EXT4 file...

Ubuntu Security Updates Fixed Vim...

Vim, a powerful and widely used text editor, has recently come under scrutiny due to several vulnerabilities that could potentially compromise system security. In this article, we will delve into...

Navigating the Latest Android Security...

In the fast-paced world of mobile technology, ensuring the security of our devices is paramount. Google, the company behind the Android operating system, has recently released its December Android security...

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