The popular Content Management System WordPress has released an update to address a cross-site-scripting vulnerability that could allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected website. WordPress also announced in its security advisory that several non-security bug fixes were done to WordPress over the previous versions and that at least 52 bugs have been fixed in the new version.

Adobe has released security updates to address several vulnerabilities in its popular multimedia delivery systems Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR. Adobe states that the exploitation of some of these vulnerabilities may allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected system. Updates include those for Adobe Flash Player for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux and for Adobe AIR for Windows, Macintosh, Android and iOS.

Joomla! has released a critical security update for its Content Management System (CMS) software to address multiple vulnerabilities. Joomla! states that the exploitation of these vulnerabilities may allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected website. Joomla! also urges users and administrators to update their sites with immediate effect.

The Mozilla foundation has released security updates for its popular web browser Mozilla Firefox, and its Extended Service Release version, Mozilla Firefox ESR. Mozilla has stated that the exploitation of some of these vulnerabilities may allow remote attackers to take control of an affected system, and are hence of critical impact. One of the main highlights of this release is the introduction of Firefox version 43.

Microsoft has released a comprehensive security bulletin for the month of November 2015 detailing the known vulnerabilities and updates that fix the same. A total of 12 updates were covered, and detailed a total of 71 vulnerabilities that were found and addressed. The software included Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Windows DNS, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Graphics Component, and SIlverlight.

Joomla! has released a critical security update for its Content Management System (CMS) software to address multiple vulnerabilities. Joomla! states that the exploitation of these vulnerabilities may allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected website. Joomla! also urges users and administrators to update their sites with immediate effect.

The Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) has released a security update for BIND, the most widely used Domain Name System in the world. This update addresses several vulnerabilities, which could enable an attacker to cause a denial of service condition. The updates have therefore been classified as Critical. Three versions of BIND have been released as security updates – BIND 9 version 9.9.8-P2, version 9.10.3-P2, and version 9.9.8-S3.

Google has released a security update for its popular web browser Google Chrome. Google’s Stable Channel Update has stated that this update contains 2 security fixes. It has been reported that one of the vulnerabilities that have been addressed allows a remote attacker to take control of an affected system. Therefore, it is imperative that users and administrators run this update on their systems.

Apple, Inc. has released a security update for iTunes, its all-in-one media platform for music and interaction with devices. This security update addresses multiple vulnerabilities in iTunes. It is stated that some of these vulnerabilities may allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected system. Apple has stated that iTunes for Windows 7 and later was affected by this update.

Apple Inc. has release security updates for multiple products to address several vulnerabilities, some of which could allow remote attackers to take control of an affected system. The products that have been addressed in this release include iOS, tvOS, OX X, watchOS, Safari, and Xcode. Users are advised to perform updates on their products as early as possible.

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