Posts Tagged ‘High severity vulnerabilities’


Samsung Galaxy S6 EdgeInformation security experts have found 11 flaws in the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

Information security experts from Google Project Zero found the eleven dangerous vulnerabilities in Galaxy S6 Edge from Samsung, and was immediately reported to the manufacturer.

Samsung released the update which fixes eight holes in October this year. Three the least dangerous vulnerabilities will be eliminated this month. (more…)


Joomla! vulnerabilitiesFive vulnerabilities in the content management system Joomla!

These flaws allows a remote user to elevate privileges on the system by exploiting SQL injection. One of vulnerabilities in Joomla! allows an attacker to gain administrator rights.

The developers of the popular content management system Joomla released a security update that fixes five vulnerabilities. One of flaws allows an attacker to remotely elevate privileges using the SQL-injection and obtain administrator rights on most web-sites running Joomla!. (more…)


Vulnerabilities 2014Three High severity vulnerabilities of the last week

Three high severity vulnerabilities have been discovered in the last week: Execution of arbitrary code in Avast Antivirus, Compromise a system via Unpatched WinRAR and Compromise the system in vtiger.

1. Execution of arbitrary code in Avast Antivirus

Danger: Critical
The number of vulnerabilities: 1
Vector of operation: Remote
Impact: System Compromise

Affected Product: Avast Antivirus
Vulnerable version: Avast Antivirus 2015.10.3.2223, possibly earlier versions (more…)