Thursday, July 19, 2018

Upcoming Security Updates for Adobe Acrobat and Reader (APSB18-21)

A prenotification security advisory (APSB18-21) has been posted regarding upcoming Adobe Acrobat and Reader updates scheduled for Tuesday, July 10, 2018. We will continue to provide updates on the upcoming release via the Security Bulletins and Advisories page as well...

Security updates available for Adobe Flash Player (APSB18-19)

A Security Bulletin (APSB18-19) has been published regarding security updates for Adobe Flash Player. These updates address critical vulnerabilities that could lead to arbitrary code execution in the context of the current user, and Adobe recommends users update their...

Security Bulletins Posted

Adobe has published security bulletins for Adobe Acrobat and Reader (APSB18-09) and Adobe Photoshop CC (APSB18-17). Adobe recommends users update their product installations to the latest versions using the instructions referenced in the relevant bulletin. This posting is provided “AS...

[UPDATED] Security Bulletins Posted

Adobe has published security bulletins for Adobe Flash Player (APSB18-08), Adobe Experience Manager (APSB18-10), Adobe InDesign CC (APSB18-11), Digital Editions (APSB18-13), ColdFusion (APSB18-14) and the Adobe PhoneGap Push plugin (APSB18-15).  Adobe recommends users update their product installations to the...

Upcoming Security Updates for Adobe Acrobat and Reader (APSB18-02)

A prenotification security advisory (APSB18-02) has been posted regarding upcoming Adobe Acrobat and Reader updates scheduled for Tuesday, February 13, 2018. We will continue to provide updates on the upcoming release via the Security Bulletins and Advisories page as well...

Security updates available for Adobe Flash Player (APSB18-03)

A Security Bulletin (APSB18-03) has been published regarding security updates for Adobe Flash Player. These updates address critical vulnerabilities that could lead to remote code execution, and Adobe recommends users update their product installations to the latest versions using...

Security Advisory for Adobe Flash Player

A Security Advisory (APSA18-01) has been published regarding a critical vulnerability (CVE-2018-4878) in Adobe Flash Player. Adobe is aware of a report that an exploit for CVE-2018-4878 exists in the wild, and is being used in limited, targeted attacks...

Security updates available for Adobe Flash Player (APSB18-01)

A Security Bulletin (APSB18-01) has been published regarding security updates for Adobe Flash Player. These updates address an important out-of-bounds read vulnerability that could lead to information disclosure, and Adobe recommends users update their product installations to the latest...

Security update available for Adobe Flash Player (APSB17-42)

A Security Bulletin (APSB17-42) has been published regarding a security update for Adobe Flash Player. This update addresses a regression that could lead to the unintended reset of the global settings preference file.  Adobe recommends users update their product...

Why the Best Defense Is a Good Offensive Security Strategy

When many people think about offensive security, they picture a mysterious figure wearing a hoodie, sitting behind a black-and-green terminal, diligently typing away as he probes enterprise networks. But the cybersecurity world has evolved well beyond this Hollywood hacker...

Google hit with $5.1b fine in EU’s Android antitrust case

This could mean the end of free Android. In the meantime, Google plans to appeal.

Privacy Advocates Say Kelsey Smith Act Gives Police Too Much Power

This bill making its way through Congress would allow law enforcement to more easily uncover location data for cell phones from mobile carriers in an emergency.

IDG Contributor Network: Hack like a CISO

I have written several times over the last couple of years about how the role of today’s CISOs have changed and are now more tuned to support business activities and the management of enterprise risk. Serving an organization as...

Cisco patches critical vulnerabilities in Policy Suite

One of the worst security flaws permits attackers to act as root and execute arbitrary code.