Webroot Weekly Highlights - 9/14/2018

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Webroot Sees Double Digit Growth in 2018
Webroot, the Smarter Cybersecurity®️ company, announced 12 percent annual recurring revenue (ARR) growth for its fiscal year ending on June 30, 2018, marking the company’s eighteenth consecutive quarter of double-digit company growth.
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One Year Later, Over 2 Billion Devices Still Exposed to BlueBorne Attacks
One year after researchers disclosed the Bluetooth vulnerabilities dubbed BlueBorne, more than 2 billion devices are believed to still be vulnerable to attacks, either because their owners have failed to install patches or due to the fact that no patches are available.
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Flaws Found in Fuji Electric Tool That Links Corporate PCs to ICS
Several vulnerabilities rated “high severity” have been discovered by researchers in Fuji Electric V-Server. The vendor has released updates that should address the flaws.
The existence of the security holes, all of which could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code, was made public this week when ICS-CERT published two advisories.
See the full article here.
Apple Cleans Chinese App Store of Thousands of Fake Apps
Apple has purged its Chinese App Store of fake gambling and lottery software. The company also banned a number of developers that tried to peddle these apps through its market.
The action was prompted by the Chinese television broadcaster - China Central Television (CCTV), who reported the existence of lottery and gambling apps in the App Store.
See the full article here.

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