Today an out of band advisory was released by Microsoft to address CVE-2015-2502. This vulnerability is addressed by MS15-093.
MS15-093 address a memory corruption vulnerability in Internet Explorer versions 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11. This affects all currently supported versions of Windows, including Windows 10.
This advisory is rated critical. An attacker can craft a web page designed to exploit this vulnerability and lure a user into visiting it. The compromise will result in remote code execution at the permission level of the affected user. The use of proper user access controls can limit the severity of the compromise.
As with most out of band releases, it has been reported that this attack is being exploited in the wild. Users should patch immediately.
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Tags: 0-day, internet explorer, Microsoft, patch, Talos, Threat Research
Microsoft has released their monthly set of security bulletins designed to address security vulnerabilities within their products. This month’s release sees a total of 14 bulletins released which address 58 CVEs. Four bulletins are rated “Critical” this month and address vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, Graphics Component, Office, and Edge. The other ten bulletins are rated “Important” and address vulnerabilities within Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), Server Message Block (SMB), XML Core Services, Mount Manager, System Center Operations Manager, UDDI Services, Command Line, WebDAV, Windows, and the .NET Framework. Read More »
Tags: Microsoft, patch tuesday, Talos, Threat Research, vulnerabillity
Made better with Cisco Collaboration Meetings Rooms (CMR for short) offering a standards based approach. Jabber supports Lync interoperability despite having to work with proprietary Microsoft protocols.
CMR can be deployed on premise, in the cloud, or as a hybrid mix of both. It provides a business quality collaboration experience by combining video, audio and content sharing while juggling all the background normalization steps needed to ensure that meetings run seamlessly for all participants.
Read up further on the benefits and specifics of CMR or check out this short ‘at a glance’ pdf.
Watch this short video backgrounder for more.
Tags: Cisco Jabber, cmr, jabber, lync, Lync Interoperability Telepresence, Microsoft, Techwise TV, TechWiseTV
Today marks another important milestone in our cloud journey together with Microsoft.
Back in March, Cisco and Microsoft announced a jointly engineered solution for service providers designed to dramatically improve the time to market with hybrid cloud services. The power of the solution is the combination of Windows Azure Pack with Cisco’s Application Centric Infrastructure. The result is a set of pre-packaged applications libraries that allow service providers to rapidly deploy services, reducing up-front costs and enabling faster time-to-revenue. In addition, the combined solution features automated provisioning, which enables service providers to set up a new tenant in two hours versus 12 when creating a new customer environment – a huge competitive advantage.
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Tags: architecture, Azure, Cisco Powered, COSN, Microsoft, Microsoft Cloud OS Network
Each week, we’ll highlight the most important Cisco Partner Ecosystem news and stories, as well as point you to important, Cisco-related partner content you may have missed along the way. Here’s what you might have missed this week:
Off the Top
By now I’m sure you’ve seen the news that Bruce Klein is leaving Cisco and his role as senior vice president of the Worldwide Partner Organization, and we are welcoming Wendy Bahr into the role, effective July 27. I hope you’ll join me in congratulating Wendy and thanking Bruce for his tremendous leadership during the past three years. We wish him all the best in his next adventure!
I have had the pleasure of working with both of these leaders here at Cisco, and while I’m certainly sad to see Bruce leave, I know Wendy will be a great leader for Cisco’s Partner Organization. She backed that up in an exclusive Q&A with CRN this week. If you want a glimpse at what’s at the top of Wendy’s mind as she takes over the Cisco Worldwide Partner Organization, be sure to read the CRN interview.
Boost your video sales with Cisco’s summer incentives
The show must go on of course, and Richard McLeod had a great blog earlier this week about how partners can boost sales with several incentives available to them right now. Richard touched on VIP, TMP and the Not for Resale program, and he pointed out specifically where video ties into those programs. Want some tips on maximizing your video sales for the next few weeks? Check out Richard’s blog. Read More »
Tags: Bruce Klein, Cisco, collaboration, crn, Microsoft, partner, Weekly Rewind, Wendy Bahr