July Third-Party Security Updates
Explore the latest third-party updates as well as a controversial vulnerability with Zoom that the company has decided to eliminate.
Latest Third-Party Updates
This month there are several notable third-party updates that have been released. The vendors include Adobe, Foxit, GlavSoft LLC., Microsoft (Skype), and Mozilla.
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Zoom Pushes Emergency Patch for Webcam Flaw
After facing media scrutiny for a zero-day vulnerability in its collaboration client for Mac, Zoom has rushed out an emergency patch to eliminate the bug. The video conferencing company initially stated that it would not issue a full fix for the the vulnerability, but has since changed course.
The flaw (CVE-2019–13450), allows a malicious website to take over a user’s web camera without their permission, putting 4 million workers that use Zoom for Mac at risk. This isn’t the first time the company has experienced issues—late last year Zoom experienced a critical bug that could lead to malware installation.
|Vendor||Category||Title||Date Published||CVSS Score & Rating|
|Foxit Corporation||PDF Viewer||FoxitReader_v9.6.0||7/4/19||N/A|
|GlavSoft LLC.||Remote Access||TightVNC_v184.108.40.206||7/3/19||N/A|
|Microsoft Corporation||Audio/Video Chat||Skype_v220.127.116.11||7/8/19||N/A|
|Peter Pawlowski||Audio Player||Foobar2000_v1.4.6||7/7/19||N/A|