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  • Oracle CPU to contain 51 flaw fixes

    Oracle's Critical Patch Update will address 51 fixes, addressing critical holes in Oracle database 10g, Application Server, E-Business Suite and PeopleSoft Enterprise software. 

  • Adobe offers workaround for Acrobat-Reader flaw

    Adobe has acknowledged a critical security flaw affecting Adobe Reader 8.1, Adobe Acrobat Standard, Professional and Elements 8.1 and Adobe Acrobat 3D. A workaround is available. 

  • Apple patches persistent QuickTime flaw

    A year-old flaw in the popular Apple QuickTime media player has been fixed. The fix applies to Windows machines running the application. 

  • Google fixes Gmail zero-day

    Google plugged a cross-site scripting flaw that could have been exploited to silently forward emails and contacts from a remote user's account. 

  • Serious Google Gmail flaw exposes sensitive user data

    A cross-site scripting vulnerability in Gmail allows attackers to silently forward emails and view sensitive data. 

  • Ask.com toolbar contains 'Highly critical' flaw

    Attackers could exploit a serious security flaw in Ask.com's popular Internet Explorer toolbar to execute malicious code on targeted computers, researchers warn. 

  • Government warns of dangerous QuickBooks Online flaw

    Attackers could exploit two flaws in the popular Intuit QuickBooks Online Edition to cause buffer overflows and download or upload files in arbitrary locations, US-CERT warned. 

  • Security update fixes Yahoo Widgets flaw

    Attackers could exploit a Yahoo Widgets flaw to run malicious code on compromised Windows computers, but a security update is available. 

  • Microsoft July updates for critical Excel, Windows and .NET flaws

    Of the six security updates Microsoft released Tuesday, experts expressed the most concern about a critical glitch in the .NET Framework that could leave client machines and Web servers open to attack. 

  • ActiveX flaws plague SAP GUI

    SAP recently plugged holes in its new SAP GUI to eliminate flaws that could allow an attacker to gain access to a system remotely.