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Google reveals security flaws within FireEye products
Team discovered Google security of the project Project Zero security flaws in products company FireEye, and security holes that allow remote code execution after which could lead to code execution and remote control fully computer systems.
He said Tavis Oormanda of Project Zero team reached to uncover the gaps that there are serious flaws enough to ask FireEye company time to fix the problems, and that would permit the execution of remote code to be executed across a wide range of products.
Tavis said in a post published that the main products of the company FireEye cyber security based on network monitoring, and security vulnerabilities are very critical can wreak havoc on corporate networks.
The products take the form of company FireEye often negative monitoring and control devices, and thus has often great privileges and powers with respect to the flow of information across the network.
And require those products for the sake of maintaining the company’s secure network access to e-mail systems and downloads, attachments, and so on, allowing the attacker to access to all of these elements when there is a security vulnerability permit.
The Tavis Oormanda both researchers and Natalie Sylvanovic the discovery of security vulnerabilities that allow remote code execution after, and those gaps affect on the company’s products and network security devices NX and EX and AX and FX.
And it found the gap in unit subsystem called MIP malicious software that analyzes Java JAR files from the type of input processor, and then the unit subsystem of trying to decipher the contents of these files.
The FireEye company introduced correction of defect rapidly in less than two days from sending Google report of the group about the problem of the company, the company said in a statement posted on the Internet that it has deployed the patch to mitigate the effects of the problem, and will update users automatically.Viewing:-180
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