The Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) this week announced that it plans to patch versions of its Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) to mitigate a vulnerability that could’ve let a remote attacker cause a denial of service condition.
The group acknowledged on Monday that it plans to release DHCP 4.1-ESV-R13 and DHCP 4.3.4, at some point this month. Both versions will include code that should make the vulnerability harder to exploit.
Adobe today released security updates for its PDF editing and viewing products, Acrobat and Reader, and its ereader for books called Adobe Digital Editions. And while the customary Flash update is missing from today’s monthly rollout, Adobe said a new version of the software will be available “in the coming days.”
Microsoft released a baker’s dozen worth of security bulletins on Tuesday, including five rated critical and two rated important that could result in remote code execution attacks against compromised machines.
Scott Guthrie, executive vice president of Microsoft's Cloud and Enterprise Group, announced today that next year Microsoft will be releasing a version of SQL Server that runs on Linux. A private preview is available today that includes the core relational database features of SQL Server 2016.
Telstra and Cisco have announced their three upcoming software-defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualisation (NFV) products to improve cloud security and global datacentre interconnection, with the first now in beta.