OPSWAT CVEs, Hashes, Application Installers Update: September 5 - September 12, 2018

The OPSWAT Metadefender Vulnerability Engine identifies known application vulnerabilities and reports them by severity level. The Vulnerability Engine allows system administrators to identify vulnerabilities in files and data being brought into a secure network and on endpoints within a network, significantly expediting remediation of the issue.

Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) is a catalog of publicly known cyber security vulnerabilities that's sponsored by the United States Department of Homeland Security. The first table below lists the new CVEs and product versions for which support was added to the Metadefender database during the week of September 5 - September 12, 2018. The second table lists the hashes and application installers for which support was added.

Newly Supported CVEs and Product Versions as of September 12, 2018

PRODUCTVENDORVERSIONCVECVE DETAILSCVSS SCORE
Microsoft OfficeMicrosoft Corporation16 and priorCVE-2018-8310https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2018-83105.0
Microsoft OfficeMicrosoft Corporation16 and priorCVE-2018-8281https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2018-82819.3
Microsoft WordMicrosoft Corporation16 and priorCVE-2018-8310https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2018-83105.0
VLC media playerVideoLAN2.2.8 and priorCVE-2018-11529https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2018-115296.8
Microsoft Visual StudioMicrosoft Corporation2017 and priorCVE-2018-8172https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2018-81729.3
PHPThe PHP Group7.2.2 and priorCVE-2018-7584https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2018-75847.5
QEMUQEMU Team2.8.0 and priorCVE-2017-7980https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2017-79804.6
QEMUQEMU Team2.8.0 and priorCVE-2017-2615https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2017-26159.0
QEMUQEMU Team2.7.9999.9998 and priorCVE-2017-2620https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2017-26209.0
QEMUQEMU Team2.9.1 and priorCVE-2017-15038https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2017-150381.9
QEMUQEMU Team3.0.0 and priorCVE-2017-18043https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2017-180432.1
QEMUQEMU Team2.8.9998 and priorCVE-2016-9602https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2016-96029.0
QEMUQEMU Team2.8.9999.9998 and priorCVE-2016-9603https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2016-96039.0
Microsoft LyncMicrosoft Corporation2013 and priorCVE-2018-8238https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2018-82389.3
Adobe Flash PlayerAdobe Systems Inc.29.0.0.171 and priorCVE-2018-5001https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2018-50014.3
Adobe Flash PlayerAdobe Systems Inc.29.0.0.171 and priorCVE-2018-5000https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2018-50004.3
Adobe Flash PlayerAdobe Systems Inc.29.0.0.171 and priorCVE-2018-4945https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2018-49456.8
Adobe Flash PlayerAdobe Systems Inc.29.0.0.171 and priorCVE-2018-5001https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2018-50014.3
Adobe Flash PlayerAdobe Systems Inc.29.0.0.171 and priorCVE-2018-5000https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2018-50004.3
Adobe Flash PlayerAdobe Systems Inc.29.0.0.171 and priorCVE-2018-4945https://metadefender.opswat.com/vulnerabilities#!/CVE-2018-49456.8

Newly Supported Hashes as of September 12, 2018

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