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Both Microsoft and federal cybersecurity officials are urging organizations to use mitigations to combat a zero-day remote control execution (RCE) vulnerability in Windows that allows attackers to craft malicious Microsoft Office documents. Microsoft has not revealed much about the MSHTML bug, tracked as CVE-2021-40444, beyond that it is “aware of targeted attacks that attempt to […]

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Seven vulnerabilities have been addressed in Adobe After Effects for Windows and macOS. Five of them can allow arbitrary code execution and they have been rated critical, but it’s worth noting that they are actually high-severity issues based on their CVSS score. In fact, all flaws rated critical by Adobe have a CVSS score that […]

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A vulnerability in Microsoft’s Windows 10 password-free authentication system has been uncovered that could allow an attacker to spoof an image of a person’s face to trick the facial-recognition system and take control of a device. Windows Hello is a feature in Windows 10 that allows users to authenticate themselves without a password, using a […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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