Posts Tagged ‘linux’
What does a Linux Security Hole look like? Well, something like this. Never drop to a command shell when you have an error. This is a debugging technique ONLY and should never end up in production code. Especially with Root level access. Read More here: ZDNet: Major Linux security hole gapes open Security Doc Info Here: CVE-2016-4484
You may already have heard about this. If not, read more below. In Any event, get ready for some serious/critical patches in the near future. Adobe Flash has a significant number of Vulnerabilities so bottom line, if you don’t need it on your computer Don’t Install it or Uninstall it and you have one less source of stress. Unless you are one of the fortunate (#Sarcasm) that needs it for some mission critical software you use. In that case. My heart felt condolences and contact us about keeping up to date.
Adobe is working on an emergency patch for its Flash Player after attackers are reportedly exploiting a critical flaw.Source: Adobe to issue emergency patch for Flash vulnerability
An exploit in many versions of Linux, Some devices and even Mac OS X could leave you feeling Shellshocked.It has to do with bash a command line utility that is part of many distributions of Linux and even Mac OS X which uses this same shell. The flaw has been around for years and now people are taking notice. Read More at NetworkWorld below. ‘Bigger than Heartbleed’ Shellshock flaw leaves OS X, Linux, more open to attack | Network World.