RCE and myriad other types of attacks could take aim at the 19 percent of vulnerable companies that haven’t yet patched CVE-2019-19781.
Are publicly-released PoC exploits good or bad? Why is the Joker malware giving Google a headache? The Threatpost team discusses all this and more in this week’s news wrap.
The patches are part of Adobe’s regularly-scheduled fixes.
Cisco has issued patches for critical and high-severity vulnerabilities in its Aironet access point devices.
Overall Adobe’s September security update addressed vulnerabilities in Flash Player and Application Manager.
Mozilla’s newest Firefox iteration also offers new fixes for critical and high-severity vulnerabilities.
The bug is previously unknown but yet still fixed in later releases. However, many organizations are likely still vulnerable.
Two months after the alarm sounded warning of a WannaCry-level event, progress in patching exposed Windows systems varies by country and industry.
The update patches critical flaw (CVE-2019-11707), a type confusion vulnerability in the Mozilla Firefox code that Tor uses.
Threatpost editors Tara Seals and Lindsey O’Donnell discuss a recent lawsuit against Amazon for its privacy policies, a Telegram DDoS attack and more.