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Components of an effective vulnerability management process

Vulnerabilities continue to grab headlines. Whether it is a zero-day that affects “tens of millions” servers around the globe or an old unpatched flaw that leads to a data …

Windows users will no longer be able to apply individual patches

Since Microsoft began pushing Windows 10 on consumers and enterprise users, it has consistently worked towards minimizing the choices they can make about the installation. One …

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Microsoft releases five critical updates

Microsoft continued a trend of fewer updates than we are used to with only 9 bulletins (5 critical and 4 important) released this month. It stands to reason that Microsoft may …

Oracle splats 276 bugs with mammoth Critical Patch Update

In case you missed it, Oracle’s July 2016 Critical Patch Update is out, and it’s bigger than ever before. It plugs 276 security issues across hundreds of Oracle …

0patch: Microscopic cures for big security holes

Software vulnerabilities are one of today’s most significant information security issues. Disclosing high profile vulnerabilities has become tremendously rewarding, to the …

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Microsoft releases eight critical updates

Microsoft has released its May patch updates and it was a rather large deployment with 16 total updates this month. The critical versus important updates were split down the …

Oracle patches 136 flaws in 49 products

Oracle released the April 2016 Critical Patch Update, which provides fixes for 136 vulnerabilities in 49 products, including Java SE and MySQL, the company’s Database …

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Qualys delivers scalable, cloud-based patching

Qualys announced at RSA Conference an OEM partnership with HEAT Software to deliver a cloud-based patch management offering to its global customers. The partnership allows …

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