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Google Chrome decided to spook its users this Halloween by issuing an update that fixes 2 new use-after-free vulnerabilities "CVE-2019-13720" and "CVE-2019-13721", of which CVE-2019-13720 is already exploited in the wild. Use-after-free flaw, which in the least could result in a crash or could be leveraged by an attacker to run arbitrary codes or even enable remote code execution. CVE-2019-13720 - affects the Chrome's audio component. CVE-2019-13721- affects the PDFium library. Google also announced, "Access to bug details and links may be kept restricted until a major
On the Tuesday after the Patch Tuesday this month, Adobe has released out-of-band security updates to patch a total of 82 security vulnerabilities across products listed below. Adobe Acrobat and Reader Adobe Experience Manager Adobe Experience Manager Forms Adobe Download Manager Of these 82 vulnerabilities, 45 are rated critical and if exploited, attackers can execute arbitrary code in the context of the current user. If you're an SCCM admin, you can deploy these out-of-band security updates using Patch Connect Plus. You can se
Patch Connect Plus, a third-party add-on for SCCM, brings two new features - Application Management, and Admin Tools to make your SCCM experience comprehensive. Application Management: 1. Select your desired application that needs to be created in SCCM from a vast repository of applications 2. Customize the application deployment with custom scripts and pre-defined application templates Admin Tools: 1. Access 25 of the most essential client management tools from SCCM console 2. Perform a wide range of functions like on-demand client operation, client troubleshoot
Hey Windows Pros, I work as a tech-marketer for ManageEngine. We have some exciting news from Patch Connect Plus, which I thought will be valuable to you. We have introduced "Standard edition" which offers third-party software catalogs to your SCCM 1806. These catalogs can also be used to publish to SCUP too. So if you'd like to avail a free trial and see how it works on your SCCM environment, you can get started here. Here's a list of applications supported: https://www.manageengine.com/sccm-third-party-patch-management/supported-applications.html You can learn how to a