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Patch now to stop hackers blindly crashing your Windows computers

by Paul Ducklin As you know, our usual advice for Patch Tuesday boils down to four words, “Patch early, patch often.” There were 56 newly-reported vulnerabilities fixed in this month’s patches from Microsoft, with four of them offering attackers the chance of finding remote code execution (RCE) exploits. Remote code . . . Read more

GnuPG crypto library can be pwned during decryption – patch now!

by Paul Ducklin Bug hunter Tavis Ormandy of Google’s Project Zero just discovered a dangerous bug in the GNU Privacy Guard team’s libgcrypt encryption software. The libgcrypt library is an open-source toolkit that anyone can use, but it’s probably best known as the encryption library used by the GNU Privacy . . . Read more

Apple critical patches fix in-the-wild iPhone exploits – update now!

by Paul Ducklin Apple, rather unusually in today’s cybersecurity world, rarely announces that security fixes are on the way. There’s no equivalent of Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday, which is a regular and predictable fixture in anyone’s cybersecurity calendar; there’s no “new version every fourth Tuesday” as there is with Firefox; there’s . . . Read more