EFS Network Management - July 2016 Apple Security Updates

July 2016 Apple Security Updates

The Department of Homeland Security’s division of US-CERT (United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team) has released the latest security notice for Apple’s Multiple Security Updates. This article listed all the details.

EFS Network Management encourages users and administrators to check the DHS US-CERT Security Bulletin on Apple Security Updates for July 2016  that might affect your business.

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US-CERT security notice updates include: iTunes, Safari, tvOS, watchOS, iOS, and OS X.

It is important to understand what they are,  how it may affect users and businesses and how to protect computers systems. These security issues may allow remote code execution with full system privileges.

EFS Network Management encourages users and administrators to apply these necessary updates.

If issues arise after applying the updates, please open a EFS Network Management Support Request We will take a look at the issue or you can contact us for help.

EFS Network Management - July 11th Weekly DHS US-CERT Security Summary

July 11th Weekly DHS US-CERT Security Summary

EFS Network Management encourages users and administrators to check the DHS US-Cert Security Bulletin below for software vulnerabilities that might affect their business.

The Department of Homeland Security’s division of US-CERT (united States Computer Emergency Readiness Team) has released the latest weekly security notices for software that has new known security issues. SB16-200: Vulnerability Summary for the Week of July 11, 2016 listed all the details.

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The security bulletin this week’s covers the following software: Adobe Flash, Adobe Acrobat, Google Android, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Edge, Symantec Client Intrusion Detection System software and many other products.

It is important to check this list of products to decide if your organization is using them. If so, please update the affected software to address known security issues. These security vulnerabilities may allow remote code execution with full system privileges.

Please expect that there maybe issues with the updates. There are no known issues at the release of this security notice from DHS US-CERT.

If issues do arise, please reboot the system to see if it will self-heal and recover. If it does not recover please open a EFS Network Management Support Request and we will take a look at the issues or you can contact us for help.