Vulnerabilities in Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Windows Installer, Microsoft Smart Screen and Azure

This time we have a few vulnerabilities from Google and Microsoft:

  • Google Chrome V8 Enum Cache Out-Of-Bounds Read Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
  • Microsoft Edge DOMArrayBuffer Use-After-Free Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
  • Google Chrome WASM Improper Input Validation Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
  • Microsoft Windows Installer Service Link Following Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability
  • Microsoft Windows Internet Shortcut SmartScreen Bypass Vulnerability
  • Microsoft Azure Private 5G Core InitialUEMessage Improper Input Validation Denial-of-Service Vulnerability
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Bring your own key

What is bring your own key (BYOK)?

Bring your own key (BYOK) is an innovative concept to allow public cloud users to keep control of the cryptographic keys used in the cloud to secure their data. With public cloud services exploding, BYOK is now supported by all major cloud services. BYOK enables public cloud users to generate their own high-quality master key locally and securely transmit the key to a cloud service provider (CSP) to protect data in multi-cloud environments. To generate and manage high-quality keys, BYOK uses FIPS and Common Criteria Certified Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) that the cloud user maintains locally or leases as a service.

BYOK enables organizations that migrate to the cloud to achieve:

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