Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday update for November looks fairly tame. There are 47 total unique vulnerabilities resolved across 11 updates. Two of these have been publicly disclosed, which means enough information has been released to the public to allow a threat …Read more
Halloween might be just around the corner, but this Patch Tuesday wasn’t scary and we didn’t see Microsoft play any tricks. In fact, we were given a special treat!
Microsoft resolved a total of 62 unique vulnerabilities, down nearly …Read more
Hurricanes hammered the United States last month and cyberattacks continue to rain down throughout the world. The EternalBlue v1SMB vulnerability continues to be a focus of attacks. Recent announcements include the introduction of a banking system Trojan in Europe and …Read more
September Patch Tuesday is in and it brings a high CVE count along with some public disclosures and a Zero Day to be concerned about. We also have a Flash Player update with a pair of CVEs needing some attention. …Read more
August Patch Tuesday has a lot at first glance, but this lion may be more of a lamb. There are a lot of Critical updates this month, but only two public disclosures and no known exploited. The 12 updates released …Read more
After the first half of the year July’s Patch Tuesday seems a little boring. There are a couple of things of interest, but overall, a pretty light round of updates. Depending on how you count them, there are 12 updates …Read more
May and June were rather brutal months with global Ransomware impacts that impacted systems in a way that Ransomware has not typically done previously. WannaCry and Petya\NotPetya were a potential taste of the future of Ransomware. Weaponized, rapidly infectious, built …Read more
It doesn’t happen too often, but occasionally Patch Tuesday takes place when Ivanti IT security expert Chris Goettl is on the road.
Goettl runs Ivanti’s popular Patch Tuesday webinar, dedicating an hour-plus to informing the masses about Microsoft’s latest security …Read more
I’m sitting in a conference room at the Mirage Hotel in Vegas and contemplating all the different vulnerabilities that have been discovered recently. Last week there were two pretty significant security threats: the Intel vPro vulnerability and the Google Docs …Read more