Ivanti patches a critical bug in Ivanti Endpoint Manager that would allow for device take over | Technology

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Ivanti advises those using its endpoint security product to apply a crucial update. This update addresses a severe flaw that could enable unauthorized attackers to run harmful code within the impacted networks. While there haven’t been any confirmed cases of this vulnerability being exploited, there’s a history of attackers leveraging device management solutions for malicious purposes.

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Ivanti EPM is dealing with a critical SQL injection vulnerability that affected all its supported versions. The issue has been resolved in Ivanti EPM 2022 Service Update 5. This software is used across operating systems and device categories, including macOS Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, and IoT devices. The root of an SQL injection issue lies in improperly written code that mistakenly processes user input as part of commands. This specific vulnerability in Ivanti tracked as…

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