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Two Microsoft vulnerabilities are under active attack, according the software giant’s August Patch Tuesday Security Updates. Patches for the flaws are available for the bugs, bringing this month’s total number of vulnerabilities to 120. One of the flaws being exploited in the wild is (CVE-2020-1464), a Windows-spoofing bug tied to the validation of file signatures […]

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Google says it plans to be more proactive in its bug and vulnerability hunting and is now offering money before patch work is completed, as opposed to after the fact. Security needs to be a proactive enterprise, which usually means that companies such as Google have to fund bug-hunting programs so that they know about […]

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Trivially exploitable vulnerabilities have been discovered in several Arris home modems, routers, and gateways distributed to consumers and small businesses through AT&T’s U-verse service. It’s unknown yet whether the firmware vulnerabilities were introduced by the OEM or the ISP since AT&T seems to have access to Arris firmware and can customize code on the devices […]

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