Bluetooth Vulnerability Blueborne

BtCIRT has learnt from various sources that  a collection of Bluetooth vulnerabilities, known as BlueBorne, is  affecting millions of unpatched mobile phones, computers, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices. If left unpatched, attackers could exploit them and gain complete control of the system. Therefore, BtCIRT recommends users and administrators to  check for patches from their vendors and update their systems. If patches  are not available it is recommended to turn off the bluetooth device.  For more details on vulnerabilities please visit  Security Advisory at kb.cert  and bleepingcomputer.com    

Security Updates from Adobe

Adobe has released Security updates for Adobe RoboHelp, Flash Player, and ColdFusion to address vulnerabilities in earlier version. If left unpatched, attackers could exploit them and gain complete control of the system. Therefore, BtCIRT recommends users and administrators to review Adobe Security Updates   for more details and apply necessary updates. Patch and be Protected.

Security Updates from Microsoft

Microsoft has released security updates to address vulnerabilities in earlier version of multiple products. If left unpatched, attackers could exploit them and gain complete control of the system. Therefore, BtCIRT recommends users and administrators to review portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-us/security-guidance  for more details and apply necessary updates. Patch and be Protected.    

Security Updates for Chrome

Google has released Chrome version 61.0.3163.79 for  Mac, Windows, and Linux to address multiple vulnerabilities in earlier versions.If left unpatched, attackers could exploit them and gain complete control of the system. Therefore, BtCIRT recommends users and administrators to review Chrome Releases  for more details and apply necessary updates. Patch and be Protected.  

Security Updates for Struts 2

The Apache  Software Foundation has released  Struts 2.5.13  to address a vulnerability in Struts 2. If left unpatched, attackers could exploit them and gain complete control of the system. Therefore, BtCIRT recommends users and administrators to review Apache Security Bulletin   for more details and apply necessary updates. Patch and be Protected