August, 2016: Patch Monday: Lightest Month This Year

Welcome to the August Patch Monday Bulletin. This month is by far one of the lightest months in the last few years. There are 3 available patches released this month including Adobe Experience Manager, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Start off with browser patches for Chrome and Firefox. Follow up with Adobe Experience Manager if this software is used within the organization. This is a good month to ensure there is proper patch coverage for all endpoints and all software used throughout the organization. Staying as up to date as possible is an effective tactic for reducing the exposure time to ransomeware and other malicious software that can cause major headaches.

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Product Version Affected

Date Released by Vendor

Vulnerability Info

Severity / Our Recommendation

Multiple CVE’s

Adobe Experience Manager




Cross Site Scripting, Information Disclosure

Priority 2: Update within 30 days

Multiple CVE’s

Google Chrome

Win/Mac/Linux 52.0.2743.116


Denial of Service, Spoofing, Security Bypass

Update after testing

Multiple CVE’s

Mozilla Firefox

Before Firefox 48/ESR 45.3


Arbitrary Code Execution, Denial of Service, Information Disclosure, Spoofing, Security Bypass, Cross Site Scripting

Update as soon as possible

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