Cyber Security Advisories

The following cyber advisory was issued by the New York State Office of Information Technology Services and is intended for State government entities. The information may or may not be applicable to the general public and, accordingly, the State does not warrant its use for any specific purposes
No.sort descending Date Title
#2021-148 11/18/2021 A Vulnerability in Multiple NETGEAR Products Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
#2021-149 11/22/2021 A Vulnerability in Microsoft Edge Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
#2021-150 11/22/2021 A Vulnerability in Fortinet FortiWeb Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
#2021-151 12/01/2021 A Vulnerability in HP Printer Products Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution.
#2021-152 12/03/2021 A Vulnerability in Mozilla NSS (Network Security Services) Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
#2021-153 12/07/2021 Multiple Vulnerabilities in Google Chrome Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
#2021-154 12/07/2021 Multiple Vulnerabilities in Distributed Data Systems WebHMI Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
#2021-155 12/08/2021 Multiple Vulnerabilities in Google Android OS Could Allow for Remote Code Execution
#2021-156 12/08/2021 Multiple Vulnerabilities in Mozilla Firefox and Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
#2021-157 - UPDATED 12/09/2021 Multiple Vulnerabilities in SonicWall SMA 100 Series Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
#2021-158 - UPDATED 12/10/2021 A Vulnerability in Apache Log4j Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
#2021-159 12/14/2021 Multiple Vulnerabilities in Google Chrome Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
#2021-160 12/14/2021 Multiple Vulnerabilities in Apple Products Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
#2021-161 12/14/2021 Critical Patches Issued for Microsoft Products, December 14, 2021
#2022-001 01/05/2022 Multiple Vulnerabilities in Google Chrome Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
#2022-002 01/05/2022 Multiple Vulnerabilities in Google Android OS Could Allow for Remote Code Execution
#2022-003 01/10/2022 Multiple Vulnerabilities in WordPress Could Allow for SQL Injection
#2022-004 01/11/2022 Critical Patches Issued for Microsoft Products, January 11, 2022
#2022-005 01/11/2022 Multiple Vulnerabilities in Mozilla Firefox and Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
#2022-006 - UPDATED 01/12/2022 Multiple Vulnerabilities in Adobe Products could allow for Arbitrary Code Execution

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