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Adobe, Cisco IOS, Skype, WordPad, & Rapid Reset Flaws

US cybersecurity organization CISA has updated its catalog of known exploited vulnerabilities, adding five new security flaws that are being actively exploited by cyber attackers to gain unauthorized access and steal data. The vulnerabilities were reported earlier this year in popular software applications like Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Skype for Business, Cisco IOS, Microsoft WordPad, and HTTP/2 Rapid Reset. CISA advises businesses to secure their systems and prioritize patching these vulnerabilities to mitigate potential cyber-attacks.

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