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New security threats emerge almost continuously, meaning we now deal with a known unknown. In the past year alone, malware and ransomware use has sharply increased, 43% of total breaches focused on web applications, and the trend of new vulnerabilities in hardware has continued to accelerate. This ever-increasing threat landscape has become a massive headache […]

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Vulnerability reporting, still impacted by COVID-19, is beginning to return to normal, Risk Based Security reveals. Out of 11,121 vulnerabilities aggregated during the first half of 2020, 818 were the result of the Vulnerability Fujiwhara Effect, a term that describes the events when Microsoft and Oracle vulnerability disclosure schedules collide. “Risk Based Security sounded the […]

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Adobe has released important patches for almost its entire array of offerings, including the Technical Communications Suite, Experience Manager, Digital Editions, Acrobat and Reader, as well as the notoriously buggy Flash Player. The Technical Communications Suite allows users to author, manage and publish interactive instructional information from technical documents to online help systems, knowledge bases, […]

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