ClickCease security vulnerabilites Archives - TuxCare

Addressing glibc Vulnerabilities in EOL...

Recently, the Ubuntu security team has fixed multiple security issues discovered in the GNU C library, commonly known as glibc. If left unaddressed, this can leave your system exposed to...

Thunderbird Vulnerabilities Fixed in Ubuntu...

In recent Ubuntu and Debian security updates, several vulnerabilities have been addressed in Thunderbird, the popular open-source mail and newsgroup client. Attackers could use these vulnerabilities to cause a denial...

Several Vulnerabilities Addressed in Ubuntu...

Ubuntu 24.04 LTS was released on April 25, 2024, with some new exciting features. Like every other release, it is not immune to vulnerabilities. Recently, the Ubuntu security team has...

Several FreeRDP Vulnerabilities Addressed in...

The Ubuntu security team has recently taken action to address several security vulnerabilities found in FreeRDP, a Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) client widely used for Windows Terminal Services. These vulnerabilities,...

New Linux Kernel Vulnerabilities Addressed...

The Ubuntu security team has addressed several security vulnerabilities within the Linux kernel for both Ubuntu 23.10 and Ubuntu 22.04 LTS releases. These vulnerabilities, if left unpatched, could potentially cause...

klibc Vulnerabilities Addressed in...

Recently, the Ubuntu security team has patched multiple vulnerabilities in klibc, a set of small utilities crucial for early boot processes. These vulnerabilities, if left unaddressed, could potentially lead to...

Multiple Apache HTTP Server Vulnerabilities...

The Ubuntu security team recently addressed several Apache HTTP Server vulnerabilities in Ubuntu 23.10, Ubuntu 23.04, Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Ubuntu 16.04, and Ubuntu 18.04. These vulnerabilities could...

Multiple PHP 7.4 Vulnerabilities Addressed...

Debian 11 was first released on August 14th, 2021 with PHP version 7.4, which has already reached the end of life. This means PHP 7.4 will no longer receive official...

Multiple Squid Vulnerabilities Fixed in...

The Ubuntu security team has recently rolled out critical security updates aimed at addressing several vulnerabilities identified in Squid, a widely used web proxy cache server. These vulnerabilities, if left...

Understanding Spectre V2: A New...

Recently, researchers uncovered a significant threat dubbed Spectre v2, a variant of the notorious Spectre attack, targeting Linux systems running on modern Intel processors. Let’s delve into the intricacies of...

Several GTKWave Vulnerabilities Fixed in...

Recently, the Debian security team fixed several issues in GTKWave, an open-source waveform viewer for VCD (Value Change Dump) files. These vulnerabilities, if exploited, could result in the execution of...

Debian Security Updates Patch Cacti...

Multiple security vulnerabilities were discovered in Cacti, a widely used web interface for monitoring system graphs. These vulnerabilities, if exploited, could lead to severe consequences such as cross-site scripting (XSS),...

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