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The new browser update arrives only a couple of weeks after Google patched four security flaws with the release of Chrome 77.0.3865.90, including two vulnerabilities that, combined with another type of weakness, could result in a sandbox escape. Previously, Google released Chrome 77 to the stable channel with patches for a total of 52 vulnerabilities. […]

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Available as a free software update for all Macs introduced mid-2012 or later, macOS Catalina addresses security flaws in components such as CoreAudio, Crash Reporter, IOGraphics, Kernel, Notes, PDFKit, and WebKit, among others. The fixed bugs include multiple memory corruption issues, a race condition, a logic issue, an issue with the handling of links in […]

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Developed by the NSA’s Research Directorate for the agency’s cybersecurity missions, Ghidra is designed to help with malware analysis. The framework supports multiple platforms, including Windows, macOS, and Linux, and was released in open source earlier this year. At the end of September, security researchers discovered a vulnerability in the tool that could allow an […]

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