Palo Alto Networks patches zero-day bug in its GlobalProtect Portal VPN

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Palo Alto Networks patches zero-day bug in its GlobalProtect Portal VPN
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Palo Alto Networks patches zero-day bug in its GlobalProtect Portal VPN

Nearly 10,000 internet-facing servers are estimated to be running on vulnerable software

Palo Alto Networks (PAN) has released patch for a zero-day day vulnerability that affects the company's firewalls using the GlobalProtect Portal VPN and could enable an unauthenticated network-base...

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