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Microsoft has quietly pushed out two emergency security updates to fix remote code execution bugs in Microsoft Windows Codecs Library. Windows Codecs Library handles how the OS compresses large multimedia files such as photos and videos, and then decodes them for playback within applications. The out-of-band updates, addressing a critical-severity flaw (CVE-2020-1425) and important-severity vulnerability […]

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Eclypsium last year analyzed device drivers from major vendors and found that over 40 drivers made by 20 companies contained serious vulnerabilities that could be exploited to deploy persistent malware. The firm now warns that the Windows drivers used in ATMs and PoS devices can be highly useful to threat actors targeting these types of […]

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Security researchers today disclosed 19 bugs affecting hundreds of millions of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. The “Ripple20” vulnerabilities, four of which are critical, exist in a low-level TCP/IP software library used by many manufacturers to connect their devices to the Internet via TCP/IP connections. Researchers with Israeli cybersecurity consultancy JSOF began researching this library, […]

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