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Trend Micro Security Updates (Feb 20,2020)
Thursday, 20 February 2020 15:00

Trend Micro has released a new critical patch (CP) for Trend Micro Vulnerability Protection 2.0 which resolves a DLL Side-Loading vulnerability. Trend Micro has repackaged installers for several Trend Micro products that were found to utilize a version of an install package that had a DLL hijack vulnerability that could be exploited during a new product installation. Users are advised to update as soon as possible.

 
Linux Security Update Overview (Feb 20, 2020)
Thursday, 20 February 2020 10:34

The following Linux distributions have released security updates to fix vulnerabilities:
SUSE: Security updates for sudo, php, gcc and others.
RedHat: Security updates for java, curl, sudo, the kernel and others.
CentOS: Security updates for firefox, java, sudo and others.
Oracle Linux: Security updates for sudo and java and others.
Ubuntu: Security updates for clamav, postgresql and others.
Mageia: Security updates for thunderbird, firefox and others.
Scientific Linux: Security updates for sudo and java and others.

 
Adobe monthly updates (Feb 2020)
Friday, 14 February 2020 12:00

Adobe has published February monthly updates regarding security vulnerabilities that could affect specific versions of Adobe products. These include Critical vulnerabilities in Adobe Experience Manager, Adobe Digital Editions, Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Acrobat and Reader, Adobe Framemaker and others. Users are advised to update as soon as possible.

 
Linux Security Update Overview (Feb 13, 2020)
Thursday, 13 February 2020 15:30

The following Linux distributions have released security updates to fix vulnerabilities:
Arch Linux: Security updates for thunderbird, systemd, dovecot and others.
Debian: Security updates for openjdk, firefox and others.
Mageia: Security updates for flash and others.
Amazon Linux: Security updates for python and others.
Amazon Linux 2: Security updates for thunderbird and others.

 
Hackers love holidays - Beware of hackers planting Valentine’s Day malware
Thursday, 13 February 2020 11:49

Security researchers at Check Point technologies published a study revealing a startling spike in malicious activity on the internet during the month of February.According to Check Point, the increase in malicious websites containing the word "Valentine" jumped over 200% compared to the previous months. Additional spikes were seen in malicious sites containing the word "chocolate." Hackers are a tricky bunch, and they're banking on people to search for Valentine's Day content and chocolate in February.The goal, as per usual with malicious sites and phishing scams, is to trick a user into visiting nefarious pages and infecting their systems.
To protect yourself this February, firstly, avoid visiting places you aren't sure about. Secondly, stick to mainstream websites with heavy traffic that are unlikely to sport any kind of malicious code or advertisements. Additionally, be highly skeptical about "special offers" which are a classic bait-and-switch tactic used by cyber criminals.

 
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