Global cyber security vendor Sophos has fixed a pre-authentication SQL injection vulnerability in the WebAdmin component of its Cyberoam operating system which it uses in some of its enterprise firewall products.
The recent release of Sophos Cloud Server Protection is just part of a broader strategy.
In a move designed to significantly expands its product portfolio, UK-based security vendor Sophos has acquired global network security provider Cyberoam Technologies.
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