Google Releases Google Chrome 30

Google has released Chrome 30 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome Frame to address multiple vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities could allow a remote attacker to cause a denial of service condition, spoof the address bar, or obtain sensitive information.

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Basefarm SIRT Newsletter 28

Bluebox Labs found a vulnerability in Android which has been a lot in the news, and while Google have issued a Patch for it, it doesn’t mean the users will have the fix before the OEMs send it out to them. Reports regarding Styx-Crypt and the previous attacks on South Korea. A serious flaw was also found in Cryptocat that meant it was extremely easy to eavesdrop on conversations for seven months.
Microsoft and Adobe did their regular Patch Tuesday for July, which covers a few critical vulnerabilities that you should apply!

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Practical IT: How to plan against threats to your business
Oops. Japanese Government Shares Internal E-Mails on Google
McAfee: Malware hunts for South Korean military secrets

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Serious flaw found in Cryptocat chat app
Who’s Behind The Styx-Crypt Exploit Pack?
Uncovering Android Master Key that makes 99% of devices vulnerable
This Is Not a Test: Emergency Broadcast Systems Proved Hackable
Thousands of websites defaced after Belgium and Netherland domain registrars hacked

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Patch Tuesday July 2013

Google Chrome 25.0.1364.87

Google has released an update to their browser, and all users are suggested to update as soon as possible to avoid exploitation.

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