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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...

CISA Mandates Urgent Patching for...

In a recent move to bolster cybersecurity defenses, CISA has issued a directive to U.S. federal agencies to urgently secure their systems against three newly patched vulnerabilities in Citrix NetScaler...

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...

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‘...

Understanding the Terrapin Attack: A...

Researchers at Ruhr University Bochum have discovered a new threat to OpenSSH security known as the Terrapin attack. This sophisticated attack manipulates sequence numbers during the handshake process, compromising the...

Above 30% Apps at Risk...

An alarming 38% of applications that use the Apache Log4j library use the versions susceptible to security vulnerabilities. One of them is a critical vulnerability, Log4Shell (CVE-2021-44228), for which patches...

SLAM Attack: New Vulnerability Targets...

In a groundbreaking revelation, researchers from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam have uncovered a formidable side-channel attack known as SLAM, posing a serious threat to the security of current and future CPUs...

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...

CISA Reports Adobe ColdFusion Flaw...

In this dynamic field of cybersecurity, one persistent threat continues to loom over businesses that use Adobe’s ColdFusion application. Despite a patch released in March, a ColdFusion flaw is being...

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