Security updates including Google's Chrome browser as well as the Android operating system Zoom in addition to Apple's iOS release of patches to fix vulnerabilities that are serious.
In the meantime, things haven't been easy for Microsoft who was forced to release an out-of-band upgrade following an unfavorable Patch Tuesday on the last day of the month.
Also, Cisco, Nvidia, Zoom and VMWare all released patches to fix serious weaknesses.
iOS as well as iPadOS 15.5 also addressed 34 security issues Some of them are very serious.
Security issues that were fixed in iOS 15.5 contain flaws in the Kernel as well as problems with and around the WebKit web browser's engine as per Apple's Support page.
The Microsoft's May Patch Tuesday was something of a catastrophe for companies that had the fortitude to install it right away.
Microsoft released patches for security to address 75 flaws which included eight that were classified as grave and three exploited by attackers.
Mozilla launched Firefox 100 with nine security improvements in its Firefox browser 7 of them were rated as severe.
Android security patch is quite a significant one that patched 36 vulnerabilities, which includes a vulnerability that is already being exploited by hackers.
The bug, which affects older Android devices that run Android 12 or later it was discovered in February by Google in February, however it took some time to get to devices.
Google Pixel and Samsung users particularly, must keep an eye out for the May update because other security vulnerabilities have been addressed on the devices.
Google Chrome security patch with this one addressing 32 vulnerabilities of which one is considered critical and eight of them are classified as high severity.
The most critical flaw CVE-2022-1853 affects the IndexedDB feature and the flaws that are rated as high severity are affecting areas like The Dev Tools, UI foundations, and the user education feature.
Cisco has addressed weaknesses that were present in Cisco Enterprise NFV Infrastructure Software which could allow an attacker to gain access through the guest machine and onto the host system.
Nvidia released an Security update for the Nvidia graphics display driver. Update is to repair flaws that could lead to the denial of service information disclosure or data manipulation.
The list of flaws includes vulnerabilities with vulnerabilities in Kernel mode layer that runs on Windows as well as Linux devices. The updates themselves are available on the Nvidia downloads site.
Video conferencing software Zoom has launched version 5.10.0 to address the issue discovered by security researchers from Google's Project Zero.
The vulnerability in the messaging protocol XMPP does not require any input with the user to perform the attack.
Cloud service provider VMWare has issued updates to address multiple vulnerabilities that include an issue with privilege escalation along with an authentication bypass security flaw.