Posted by The Next Home Media on July 22, 2018 09:13:30If you’re a website owner, you should be aware that your visitors might be vulnerable to security issues if your site isn’t secure.
A security flaw in a browser plugin could make your site vulnerable to malware or even worse, to an online attack that will steal personal data.
To mitigate the risk of an attack, security experts recommend installing browser plug-ins that are designed to detect, block, and report security issues.
These plugins are often called security updates.
Security updates are usually installed on a monthly basis, and they can be installed on all versions of a website, including versions with a free trial.
They also come with a monthly fee.
The following is a list of commonly installed security updates on the internet, and the companies that provide them.
If you’re interested in the technical details behind these security patches, read on.1.
Adobe Flash Player security update A new security update for Adobe Flash players is available for Windows and Mac computers.
This update resolves vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash player.
To install the update, click the “Update” button on the Adobe Flash software installation page, then click “Install” when prompted.
The Adobe Flash update will be downloaded and installed automatically.
A description of the vulnerabilities can be found in Adobe’s Security Advisory.2.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 security update Microsoft has issued an update for Microsoft Internet Excel 2007 for Windows, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista that addresses the following vulnerabilities: CVE-2018-4228: Remote code execution vulnerabilities in Microsoft Internet Access 2007 through 2010 (MSA 2007 through 2007) in Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, and Internet Explorer 10.
CVE-2017-1099: SQL injection vulnerabilities in SQL Server 2003 and SQL Server 2007 through 2016.
CVE and CVSS Scores: 8.2 and 8.5, 7.3 and 7.4, 7, 6.6, 5.3, 4.5 and 3.3.3 CVE-2016-1917: Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in Oracle Java SE 7 through 8.3 (and Java SE 8.0) and Oracle Java Enterprise Edition 8.4.3 through 8, Oracle Java 9.0.5 through 9.2, Oracle JDK 8.8.2 through 8; and Oracle JDM 8.7.1 through 8 on Java HotSpot, Oracle J2SE, Oracle Server, Oracle WebLogic, Oracle MySQL, Oracle Database, Oracle SQL, Oracle Tape, Oracle Spark, Oracle XML, Oracle DataSoft, Oracle Transact-SQL, Oracle MongoDB, Oracle MSSQL, Oracle File Server, and Oracle RDBMS.
The update addresses the vulnerabilities by correcting the Oracle Database installation process, by fixing issues with Oracle Database 8.9.0, Oracle Datacenter, Oracle VirtualBox, Oracle Cloud, Oracle Enterprise Edition, Oracle Home Server, Microsoft Exchange Server, NetApp, Oracle Remote Desktop, Oracle Business Server, Google Cloud Platform, Oracle ActiveState, and VMware Workstation.
It also addresses the issues by correcting Oracle Virtual Server 2003.3 “Firewall” update for the Windows operating system (10.0 and later) The Windows version of the Windows Firewall, Microsoft Internet Security Manager (Windows Internet Security) version 6.5.0 or later, has a vulnerability in it.
This vulnerability allows an attacker to execute arbitrary code in the context of a privileged process.
An attacker can exploit this vulnerability by compromising the Windows Internet Security Management module or by leveraging the Remote Access feature in a Windows Web site that is compromised by a credential-based attack.
This issue affects Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016, and is addressed in the bulletin published by Microsoft.
The vulnerability is also addressed in CVE-2019-5127, CVE-2020-6128, CVE