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LibreOffice Security Updates Patched Critical...

LibreOffice, developed by The Document Foundation is a free and open-source suite of office productivity software. Recently, The Document Foundation released the LibreOffice security updates with versions 7.6.2 and 7.5.7,...

Multiple Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerabilities...

Multiple use-after-free vulnerabilities have recently been found in the Linux kernel that can be exploited to achieve local privilege escalation. That means an attacker or user with restricted access (i.e.,...

Critical Heap Buffer Overflow Vulnerability...

The latest release of Mozilla Firefox, Firefox 117, arrived last month with new features and various security fixes. Now, in the newer update, Mozilla patched a critical heap buffer overflow...

Chrome 116 Update Fixes 4...

Recently, Google released a Chrome 116 update, which includes the security fixes for four high-severity vulnerabilities discovered by external researchers. This blog post will discuss all the patches with their...

LibreOffice 7.5.6 Arrived with Over...

LibreOffice 7.5.6, the latest and sixth update to this stable open-source office suite series, is available now with a total of 53 bug fixes. The first LibreOffice 7.5 release came...

Two Critical PHP Vulnerabilities...

Recently, two critical security vulnerabilities have been addressed in PHP that could allow an attacker to steal sensitive information, cause a system crash, and execute arbitrary code in the affected...

Firefox 117 Addresses 4 Memory...

During its beta phase, Firefox 117 introduced an exciting new feature that was already present in other browsers – an integrated website translation engine that performs all translations locally within...

Two Critical OpenSSH Vulnerabilities...

Two critical security vulnerabilities were recently addressed in OpenSSH that allow remote code execution (RCE). They are identified as CVE-2023-28531 and CVE-2023-38408, and both have received the base score of...

Debian 12.1 Arrived with 89...

The first update to the latest stable Debian 12 “Bookworm” series, Debian 12.1, arrived with a total of 89 bug fixes and 26 security updates. Debian 12.1 is available almost...

Nitrux 2.9 OS is Available...

The latest stable version of Nitrux OS, Nitrux 2.9, was released last week with a new Update Tool System, KDE Plasma 5.27.6 LTS, and Linux kernel 6.3.9-Liquorix. Nitrux operating system...

Seven Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Added...

CISA (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency) added seven new Linux vulnerabilities to its known exploited vulnerabilities (KEV) catalog on May 12, 2023. These include Ruckus AP remote code execution (CVE-2023-25717),...

AlmaLinux 9.2 is Available Now:...

The AlmaLinux OS recently announced the release of AlmaLinux 9.2, the newest version of their free and open-source enterprise-grade operating system. This release is binary compatible with the latest OS,...

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