Apple released security updates for its mobiles, set top box and Window's iCloud platform shortly after rolling out another patch for the KRACK exploits.
Researchers recently discovered that a nearly two-decade-old vulnerability in TLS stacks was still exploitable due to insufficient protective counter-measures some used by highly popular websites.
TeamViewer has rushed out an emergency patch to fix a security flaw that could allow hackers to take over other machines during an active session.
Apple released security updates to patch vulnerabilities in its iOS, mac OS, tvOS and watchOS platforms, some of which could have been used to remotely exploit the affected devices.
Bindecy security researchers identified a flaw in the original patch code of the Dirty Cow vulnerability which could ultimately lead to a privilege escalation attack.
Online retailer AliExpress fixed an open redirect vulnerability in its online shopping portal last October that could have been exploited to display a fake coupon designed to phish sensitive information from those who viewed it.
Adobe's November Patch Tuesday included 83 patches, including fixes for five critical-rated issues in Flash Player. Reader and Acrobat, by themselves, generated more than five dozen CVEs.
With the launch of iOS 11 and the Apple Watch, researchers note Apple's iOS 11 update included eight CVEs that patched vulnerabilities in iBooks, Mail MessageUI, Messages, MobileBackup, Safari, and Webkit.
With cyber-crime on the increase, Mathivanan V says it's never been more important for organisations to keep their IT infrastructure updated.
Cisco Talos research team has spotted multiple remote code execution vulnerabilities in the Iceni Argus PDF content extraction product.
Eighty percent of IT professionals have implemented a patch policy to enhance their organisation's security.
Microsoft patches configuration hole that allowed hackers to upload software packages to its Azure update infrastructure.
Another critical zero day hits Adobe Flash and helps install ransomware - patch released.
Microsoft has released the final patch for Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 today along with an "End of Life" notice, to encourage users to switch to Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft Edge, currently only available on Windows 10.
When it comes to fixing vulnerabilities, this week will be hard to beat with just four vendors issuing a total of 273 patches. The big question is does that mean we are getting more, or less, secure?
Adobe on Tuesday released a security update for Shockwave Player that addresses a critical memory corruption vulnerability.
Seagate has released updates to several vulnerabilities affecting the company's wireless storage devices.
Researchers have discovered a patch for a critical bug in Internet Explorer (IE) being used in semi-targeted attacks on visitors to a Hong Kong church.
Adobe released a hotfix for LiveCycle Data Services, patching a vulnerability that could result in information being disclosed.
Internet Explorer vulnerability could allow hackers to take control of victim's PC
The OpenSSL Project released OpenSSL 1.0.2b, 1.0.1n, 1.0.0s and 9.9.8zg, which patched five security issues, including the Logjam vulnerability.
WordPress rushes out security update to fix flaw
This vulnerability, if left unpatched, affects every flavour of Windows utilising the IIS services version 6+ to support web sites.