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Latest Advisories

WordPress Easy MailChimp Forms Plugin ... Moderately critical
IBM BladeCenter Advanced Management Mo... Moderately critical
Linux Kernel SCTP Stack Multiple Denia... Moderately critical
RESTEasy DocumentProvider XML External... Less critical
phpMyAdmin Script Insertion and Inform... Less critical
Linux Kernel KVM Nested VMX Emulation ... Not critical
KVM Nested VMX Emulation Failure Handl... Not critical


Most popular advisories - last 3 hours

Oracle Java Multiple Vulnerabilities Highly critical
IBM CICS Transaction Gateway Java Mult... Highly critical
IBM Lotus Notes / Domino Java Multiple... Highly critical
IBM CICS Transaction Gateway Java Mult... Highly critical
IBM Notes / Domino Java Multiple Vulne... Highly critical
Oracle Solaris Multiple Vulnerabilitie... Moderately critical
SUSE update for firefox, mozilla-nspr,... Highly critical
Microsoft Windows OLE Object Handling Two Arbitrary Code Execution VulnerabilitiesExtremely critical

Two vulnerabilities have been reported in Microsoft Windows, which can be exploited by malicious people to compromise a user's system.

No user comments Issued on 22 October, 2014 // Extremely critical // From remote // 2,655 views
Microsoft Windows Kernel Two VulnerabilitiesExtremely critical

Two vulnerabilities have been reported in Microsoft Windows, which can be exploited by malicious, local users to gain escalated privileges and by malicious people to compromise a user's system.

No user comments Issued on 18 October, 2014 // Extremely critical // From remote // 1,340 views
GNU Bash Shell Function Definitions OS Commands Injection VulnerabilityHighly critical

A vulnerability has been reported in GNU Bash, which can be exploited by malicious people to compromise a vulnerable system.

No user comments Issued on 25 September, 2014 // Highly critical // From remote // 3,859 views
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Latest Forum Posts

Google Chrome Multiple Vulnerabilities2 days ago // by Maurice Joyce // 130 views
Malwarebytes3 days ago // by taffy078 // 62 views
Nothing happens when i try to create a u4 days ago // by mosholen // 52 views
PSI incorrectly reports Chrome 39.0.21714 days ago // by Anthony Wells // 106 views
Secunia Advisory SA58891 - unpatched vul5 days ago // by juniorelson4 // 94 views

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Secunia Research

VMTurbo Operation Manager "fileDate" Command Injection Vulnerability
Autodesk SketchBook Pro PXD File Processing Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
Autodesk SketchBook Pro PSD File Processing Integer Overflow Vulnerability
Autodesk SketchBook Pro PSD Channels RLE Decompression Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
X2CRM Profile Picture Arbitrary File Upload Vulnerability
Open Web Analytics PHP Object Injection Vulnerability
Zikula Application Framework PHP Object Injection Vulnerabilities
OpenPNE PHP Object Injection Vulnerability
Google Picasa Four RAW Image Parsing Code Execution Vulnerabilities
IrfanView GIF Image Processing Buffer Overflow Vulnerability
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