The Adobe Flash Player just said goodbye to the year with another bunch of vulnerability patches.
Adobe released an out-of-band security update on Monday to address Nineteen (19) vulnerabilities in its Flash Player, including one (CVE-2015-8651) that is being exploited in the wild.
All the programming loopholes could be abused to execute malicious code (here malicious Flash file on a
Security issues have long tantalized over 850 Million users that have Oracle’s Java software installed on their computers. The worst thing is that the software was not fully updated or secure for years, exposing millions of PCs to attack.
And for this reason, Oracle is now paying the price.
Oracle has been accused by the US government of misleading consumers about the security of its Java
A RFP, which has since been taken down, surfaced last week from the Naval Supply Systems Command seeking operational exploits and vulnerability intelligence for commercial software from leading IT vendors.
A zero-day vulnerability has been disclosed in the popular Unity Web Player browser plugin. The flaw allows an attacker crossdomain access to websites and services using the victim’s credentials.
Three unpatched Apple OS X vulnerabilities were disclosed by Google’s Project Zero research team. Project Zero discloses if a bug is not patched within 90 days of reporting it to the affected vendor.