Monthly Archives: June 2018

Unfixed WordPress Vulnerability Leads To Website Capture, Code Implementation

A file removal flaw that leftover unfixed seven months after being informed permits for the whole coup of WordPress websites and for random code implementation. The security vulnerability apparently influences entire WordPress versions, containing the modern 4.9.6 restatement. A hacker is looking to exploit the concern would initially have to acquire rights to perform changes likely edit or delete the media files.

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Wi-Fi Alliance Introduces Certified WPA3 Security Enhancements

The non-profit organization, The Wi-Fi Alliance, whose international network of members continues Wi-Fi technology, declared the inauguration of the certified WPA3 security enhancements on Monday. The latest version of the certified Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) protocol carries noteworthy enhancements in terms of verification and data security. It was unveiled this year in January.

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Oracle Fixes New Spectre, Meltdown Flaws

Oracle declared that it has begun releasing software and microcode updates for products marked by the freshly revealed alternatives of the Spectre and Meltdown flaws. Intel, AMD, ARM, IBM, Microsoft and other main tech firms previous month organized the revelation of two new variations of the projected implementation threat approaches called as Meltdown and Spectre.

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CISCO Fixes Perilous Security Vulnerabilities in NX-OS Software

CISCO announced fixes for more than thirty security flaws in its products on Wednesday, containing perilous flaws influencing NX-OS Software. A total sum of five unsafe random code implementation flaws were stated with this set of security fixes, influencing the NX-API property of NX-OS Software (CVE-2018-0301) and the Fabric Services element of FXOS Software and NX-OS Software (CVE-2018-0308, CVE-2018-0304, CVE-2018-0314, and CVE-2018-0312).

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