Cisco has released a flurry of advisories advising of vulnerabilities in its products, with a total of 18 released over the days from 15 May to 17 May.
Vulnerabilities in Adobe's Flash Player took second place to flaws in Microsoft products last year in a list of the most used avenues of attack by cyber criminals compiled by security firm Recorded Future.
Security researchers from a previously unknown Israeli company, CTS Labs, have disclosed 13 flaws in AMD processors. All can be taken advantage of only by an attacker who has already gained admin privileges within the system in question.
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