A high-risk vulnerability (CVE-2020-13699) in TeamViewer for Windows could be exploited by remote attackers to crack users’ password and, consequently, lead to further system exploitation. About TeamViewer TeamViewer is an application developed by German company TeamViewer GmbH and is available for Windows, macOS, Linux, Chrome OS, iOS, Android, Windows RT Windows Phone 8 and BlackBerry…

The need to manage patching on home machines that have no Group Policy, Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) or System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) control means that you may be looking for alternatives. Employees’ personal machines might run Windows 10 Home version, which has limited ability to control updates. With corporate-owned machines you have more…

A total of 17 vulnerabilities have been fixed with the release of Adobe Bridge 10.0.4 for Windows and macOS. The critical flaws have been described as stack-based buffer overflow, heap overflow, out-of-bounds write, use-after-free, and other memory corruption issues that can lead to arbitrary code execution. Three of the patched security holes, described as important…

Attackers are exploiting two new zero-days in the Windows Adobe Type Manager Library to achieve remote code execution on targeted Windows systems, Microsoft warns. The attacks are limited and targeted, the company noted, and provided workarounds to help reduce customer risk until a fix is developed and released. More about the new Windows zero-days According…

Today is the second Tuesday of the month, and Microsoft is right on schedule with 59 security fixes, nine of which are considered Critical in severity. None of the vulnerablities were previously known or exploited, and 49 are ranked Important and one as Moderate. The latest release affects Windows, Internet Explorer, Edge, ChakraCore, Microsoft Office…

PowerShell Threats Grow Further and Operate in Plain Sight

The preinstalled and versatile Windows PowerShell has become one of the most popular choices in cyber criminals’ arsenals. We have observed an increase of 661 percent in computers where malicious PowerShell activity was blocked from the second half of 2017 to the first half of 2018—a clear indication that attackers are still growing the use…