15 November 2023

  • Intel addresses a high-severity vulnerability, codenamed Reptar, affecting desktop, mobile, and server CPUs.
  • Tracked as CVE-2023-23583 with a CVSS score of 8.8, it could allow escalation of privilege, information disclosure, and denial of service in multi-tenant virtualized environments.

  • Microsoft releases patches for 63 security bugs in November 2023, including three actively exploited zero-day vulnerabilities.
  • The updates cover Critical, Important, and Moderate severity flaws, emphasizing the need for prompt application of these fixes.

  • VMware issues an urgent warning about a critical, unpatched security flaw (CVE-2023-34060) in Cloud Director.
  • The vulnerability could be exploited to bypass authentication protections, posing a significant risk to instances upgraded to version 10.5.

  • The U.S. Department of Justice announces the takedown of the IPStorm botnet's network and infrastructure, which included 23,000 proxies for malicious traffic.

  • A vulnerability in the WordPress plugin WP Fastest Cache is identified, allowing unauthenticated attackers to read the contents of a site's database, potentially affecting 600,000 WordPress sites.

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