Oracle have released itscritical patch update for October 2014, this series of patches will provide fixes for 154 vulnerabilities across a number of product families including: Oracle Database, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control, Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle Supply Chain Product Suite, Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise, Oracle JDEdwards EnterpriseOne, Oracle Communications Industry Suite, Oracle Retail Industry Suite, Oracle Health Sciences Industry Suite, Oracle Primavera, Oracle Java SE, Oracle and Sun Systems Product Suite, Oracle Linux and Virtualization, and Oracle MySQL. For more details please refer to the following link: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/topics/security/cpuoct2014-1972960.html (c) SANS Internet Storm Center. https://isc.sans.edu Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License.
Original release date: October 14, 2014 Oracle has released its Critical Patch Update for October 2014 to address 154 vulnerabilities across multiple products. US-CERT encourages users and administrators to review the Oracle October 2014 Critical Patch Update and apply the necessary updates
Original release date: October 07, 2014 Oracle has released security updates to address bash vulnerabilities found across multiple products. US-CERT recommends users and administrators review the Oracle Security Article for additional details, and apply updates as necessary
CryptoWall is another entry in the popular category of malware known as ransomware. This type of malware holds your data hostage by encrypting your files and then charging a ransom to decrypt the files. The malware displays a message informing the victim that their files have been encrypted and that they have a limited time to pay the ransom before the cost of recovery goes up.
Once again, SherlockDroid/Alligator spotted a potentially unwanted application for us. The application is a Chinese flirting social networking application whose security level is distressingly low. We detect it as Riskware/Blued!Android.
Today we announced the availability of the first firewall to cross the 1 Terabit per second threshold. That’s 1 trillion bits, or 1 with 12 zero’s after it (1,000,000,000,000). But why is it needed now and why is it important