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Critical Red Hat Flash-Plugin Security Update

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Critical Red Hat Flash-Plugin Security Update

Red Hat has released an update for Flash that addresses critical severities.
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RedHat have released an update for Flash, which upgrades it to 32.0.0.171 and impacts Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop Supplementary and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Supplementary version 6.

Search your Syxsense console for flash-plugin-32.0.0.171-1.el6_10 to deploy these updates.

Security Fix(es):

  1. flash-plugin: Arbitrary Code Execution vulnerability CVE-2019-7096
  2. flash-plugin: Information Disclosure vulnerability CVE-2019-7108

Robert Brown, Director of Services for Verismic said, “Critical severities like this are used because the vulnerability can be easily exploited and lead to system compromise without user interaction.”

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Critical Red Hat Updates Released for Firefox

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Critical Red Hat Updates Released for Firefox

With a high risk for exposure, IT managers should deploy these updates immediately.
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Red Hat has rated a new Firefox update as Critical, recommending IT managers deploy these updates immediately. These updates upgrade Firefox to version 60.6.0 ESR and can be found in Syxsense for this essential deployment.

  1. RHSA-2019:0622-01 firefox-60.6.0-3.el7_6
  2. RHSA-2019:0623-01 firefox-60.6.0-3.el6_10

Both Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 are affected, and impacts both desktop, server & HPC node architectures. Mozilla Firefox is an open-source web browser, designed for standards compliance, performance, and portability.

Robert Brown, Director of Services said, “Firefox is by far the worlds most popular browser for Linux, and has been downloaded over 1 billion times. With such potential exposure we would recommend all browsers be updated within the next 24 hours. Critical vulnerabilities on Linux are not released often, so when they are you generally need to act quickly.”

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