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Apple Issues Updates for Older Devices to Fix Actively Exploited Vulnerability
Apple has backported fixes for a recently disclosed critical security flaw affecting older devices, citing evidence of active exploitation.
The issue, tracked as CVE-2022-42856, is a type confusion vulnerability in the WebKit browser engine that could result in arbitrary code execution when processing maliciously crafted web content.
While it was originally addressed by the company on November
Security Navigator Research: Some Vulnerabilities Date Back to the Last Millennium
Vulnerability analysis results in Orange Cyberdefenses’ Security Navigator show that some vulnerabilities first discovered in 1999 are still found in networks today. This is concerning.
Age of VOC findings
Our Vulnerability Scans are performed on a recurring basis, which provides us the opportunity to examine the difference between when a scan was performed on an Asset, and when a given finding
Emotet Malware Makes a Comeback with New Evasion Techniques
The Emotet malware operation has continued to refine its tactics in an effort to fly under the radar, while also acting as a conduit for other dangerous malware such as Bumblebee and IcedID.
Emotet, which officially reemerged in late 2021 following a coordinated takedown of its infrastructure by authorities earlier that year, has continued to be a persistent threat that’s distributed via
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