back to article Kaspersky and Trend Micro get patch bonanza after ID flaw and password manager holes spotted

Kaspersky and Trend Micro have released updates to address vulnerabilities in their respective security tools. The updates come on the heels of the monthly security patch dumps from Microsoft, Adobe, Apple, and SAP, giving admins one more update to test and install on user systems. Kaspersky's fix addresses a privacy hole …

  1. revenant Silver badge
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    Embedding unique IDs in pages was dumb, but these words from Kaspersky:

    ...we have concluded that such scenarios of user’s privacy compromise are theoretically possible but are unlikely to be carried out in practice,

    seem particularly naive. The continuing need for products like theirs is a testament to the dedication of miscreants to the task of exploiting even the tiniest of vulnerabilities.

    1/10, Must do better

  2. Anonymous Coward
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    Wasn't Trend Micro one of the AV companies who's source code was allegedly stolen by hackers and posted for sale online?

    If so, I would think Trend Micro users have more to worry about.

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