Cisco has released three security advisories to fix major flaws in its products. They are described below.
The big blue company released a firmware update to fix vulnerabilities present in its Power Systems series. The vulnerability affected the Self Boot Engine component in P8 & P9 processors and could be exploited with malicious code to take down the processors’ functionality.
The security bulletin released by IBM can be found here.
Ubuntu released two security advisories this week to patch moderately severe vulnerabilities in the OS. The two advisories are as follows.
The virtualization software maker issued a security update to fix a descriptor vulnerability in runc container runtime. This flaw allows attackers to run arbitrary code in those products. Following are the products patched with the update.