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April 2013 Patch Tuesday

Posted April 9, 2013    BeyondTrust Research Team

Patch Tuesday is here again, and April’s collection of patches will fix vulnerabilities across various pieces of Microsoft operating systems and software. This includes Internet Explorer, the Remote Desktop Client, SharePoint, the Windows kernel (and some kernel-mode drivers), Active Directory, the Windows Client/Server Run-time Subsystem (CSRSS), Microsoft Antimalware Client, and an HTML sanitization component in…

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4 Tips to Identify, Patch & Report on the Oracle Java Vulnerability

Posted September 7, 2012    Jerome Diggs

Last week our security research team provided some very enlightening information on a nasty Oracle Java vulnerability that until recently was a zero-day.  Oracle provided a patch for the vulnerability found in advisory (CVE-2012-4681)  and as a follow-up to the blog post by our security research team we wanted to share with you some easy…

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Patching is Still a Challenge? Yup.

Posted March 14, 2012    Morey Haber

eEye has always taken a “zero gap” approach to our threat management product strategy. That thinking has been the driver for our market firsts in support for new technologies such as cloud, mobile, and virtualization vulnerability management. These new technologies bring tremendous benefits, but they also bring risks with them as well, which must be…

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