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Monthly Archives: September 2011

Adobe Flash Player security update

Critical vulnerabilities have been identified in Adobe Flash Player and earlier versions for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and Solaris, and Adobe Flash Player and earlier versions for Android.  These vulnerabilities could cause a crash and potentially allow an attacker … Continue reading

Adobe and Microsoft released security updates

Adobe finally released its software which now removed completely the DigiNotar certificates from their Approved Trust List (AATL).  Despite the fact that Adobe released a few day ago detailed instructions how to manually remove the certificate, we strongly suggest to all readers … Continue reading and down for maintenance due to security breacheas

On September 8th, 2011 the Linux Foundation found out that some of their servers were breached and decided to suspend the websites until they find out what exactly has happened. The and websites are currently down for maintenance. Interestingly, the … Continue reading

Apple releases security updates to invalidate the fraudulent certificates

Apple finaly released the security update Security Update 2011-005 for its products in order to address the incidents with the fraudulent certificates that were issued by multiple certificate authorities operated by DigiNotar. The problems with these certificates have been already … Continue reading

Avira products version 2012 for Windows now available for beta testing

Finally, we are ready to reveal the next generation of Avira security products. No, they are not yet officially released, but they are available for public beta testing. They can be downloaded from our brand new beta portal available at … Continue reading

More updates because of invalidated fraudulent certificates

The Mozilla Foundation issued the Security Advisory 2011-34 in order to completely remove the DigiNotar root certificate from its trusted vendors repository. We are missing any news from Apple which seems to completely ignore the entire issue. We haven’t see … Continue reading