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Enterprise Technical Security That Matters - October 15, 2021

Posted by Omnistruct Marketing on Oct 18, 2021 4:14:31 PM


Many companies struggle with all of the cybersecurity documentation, processes, and policies that can limit their business growth and REALLY stress them out. Omnistruct serves as an enterprise partner for the critical policies, processes, and documentation needed to make sure all of that data and revenue is well protected against cyber threats and that the company stays in compliance with all rules and regulations.

Ad-blocking browser extension actually adds ads, say Imperva researchers

Security vendor Imperva’s research labs have found a browser extension that claims to block ads, but actually injects them into Chrome or Opera. By Simon Sharwood I October 14, 2021 Read More


Freakout Botnet Unleashes a New Bunch of Attacks

The threat actors behind FreakOut aka Necro botnet have added new exploit tools to its arsenal. This new update to the Python-based botnet is believed to cause more havoc on Windows and Linux systems. By Cyware Alerts I October 14, 2021 Read More


Adobe addresses four critical flaws in its products

The IT giant addressed four vulnerabilities in Acrobat and Reader for Windows and macOS, two arbitrary code execution flaws, tracked as CVE-2021-40728 and CVE-2021-40731, and two privilege escalation issues, tracked as CVE-2021-40729 and CVE-2021-40720. By Pierluigi Paganini I October 12, 2021 Read More



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