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  • Over 930M Android users in danger as Google stops delivering critical patches

    13.01.2015

    Nearly a billion of Android users - over half of the total number of worldwide users - are in danger of being targeted by cyber attackers exploiting vulnerabilities in WebView, as Google has decided not to provide security patches for the core component used in pre-KitKat (v4.4) versions of the mobile OS.

  • OpenSSL release patches 8 vulnerabilities

    09.01.2015

    The OpenSSL Project has released updates for the popular eponymous open-source library that implements the SSL and TLS protocols.

  • Pre-Patch Tuesday alerts no longer publicly available

    09.01.2015

    Microsoft's Advanced Notification Service (ANS), which for over a decade provided advanced warning about the patches and updates that the company would push out on its monthly Patch Tuesday, will no longer be available through blog posts and on the web page reserved for the final advisory.

  • Critical Git flaw allows attackers to compromise developers' machines

    19.12.2014

    A critical vulnerability affecting all versions of the official Git client and all related software that interacts with Git repositories has been found and patched, and developers are advised to update their software as soon as possible.

  • Microsoft to patch three critical issues

    05.12.2014

    December’s advanced Patch Tuesday brings us seven advisories, three of which are listed as Critical.




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