Table of Third Party Patches - Updated 12/03/2020

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The Patch Manager catalog contains the following products:

Vendor Applications Latest Version Last Updated On
7-Zip 7-Zip 19.00 02/28/19

Adobe

Air 32.0.0.125 04/26/19
Flash Player (ActiveX, Plugin & PPAPI) 32.0.0.453 11/10/20
Shockwave 12.3.5.205 04/01/19
Apache Tomcat v7 7.0.107 11/23/20
Tomcat v8.5 8.5.60 11/17/20
Tomcat v9 9.0.40 11/17/20

Apple

Apple Application Support 8.6 07/31/20
Apple Mobile Device Support 14.1.0.35 10/22/20
iTunes 12.11.0.26 11/17/20
Citrix Workspace 20.10.0.20 11/02/20
FileZilla FileZilla Client 3.51.0 10/20/20
Foxit Foxit Enterprise Reader 10.1.0.37527 09/28/20
Google Chrome 87.0.4280.88 12/02/20
Google Earth 7.3.3.7786 07/29/20
KeePass KeePass 2.46 09/10/20
Malwarebytes Malwarebytes 4.2.3.96 11/05/20
Microsoft Skype 8.66.0.77 11/13/20

Mozilla

Firefox 83.0 11/17/20
Firefox ESR 78.5.0 11/17/20
Thunderbird           78.5.1 12/01/20
SeaMonkey 2.53.5.1 11/17/20
Notepad++ Notepad++ 7.9.1 11/02/20
Oracle Java Runtime Environment 8u271 10/20/20
OpenJDK OpenJDK 8u275 11/11/20
Opera Opera 72.0.3815.400 11/25/20
PuTTY Putty 0.74 06/27/19
RealVNC VNC Server 6.7.2 06/04/20
SolarWinds Dameware MRC Standalone 12.1.1 04/03/20
Dameware MRC Centralized 12.1.1 04/03/20
Patch Manager WMI Providers 2019.4.0.125 03/06/20
Security Event Manager Agent 2020.4 11/18/20
UltraVNC UltraVNC Server 1.2.4.0 02/25/20
UltraVNC Viewer 1.2.4.0 02/25/20
VLC VLC Media Player 3.0.11 06/16/20
VMware VMware Tools 11.2.0 10/15/20
WinRAR WinRAR 5.91 06/29/20
WinSCP WinSCP 5.17.9 11/20/20
WinZip WinZip 25.0.14273 10/01/20
Wireshark Wireshark 3.2.8 / 3.4.0 10/29/20
Zoom Zoom 5.4.3 11/16/20

Change History (current month + 2):

12/03

  • Google Chrome 87.0.4280.88

12/01

  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.5.1

11/25

  • Apache Tomcat 7.0.107
  • Opera 72.0.3815.400
  • SeaMonkey 2.53.5.1

11/23

  • Google Chrome 87.0.4280.66
  • Mozilla Firefox 83.0
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 78.5.0
  • Opera 72.0.3815.378
  • Apache Tomcat 8.5.60 / 9.0.40
  • Apple iTunes 12.11.0.26
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.5.0
  • SolarWinds Security Event Manager Agent 2020.4
  • WinSCP 5.17.9
  • Zoom 5.4.3

11/13

  • Skype 8.66.0.77

11/12

  • Flash Player 32.0.0.453
  • Google Chrome 86.0.4240.198
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.4.3
  • OpenJDK 8u275
  • Opera 72.0.3815.320
  • Zoom 5.4.2

11/10

  • Google Chrome 86.0.4240.193
  • Mozilla Firefox 82.0.3
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 78.4.1
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.4.1
  • Opera 72.0.3815.211

11/09

  • Google Chrome 86.0.4240.183
  • Malwarebytes 4.2.3.96
  • Opera 72.0.3815.207
  • Skype 8.66.0.74

11/03

  • Citrix Workspace 20.10.0.20
  • Notepad++ v7.9.1

11/01

  • Apple iTunes 12.10.10.2
  • Apple Mobile Device Support 14.1.0.35
  • Malwarebytes 4.2.2.95
  • Mozilla Firefox 82.0.2
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.4.0
  • Opera 72.0.3815.186
  • Wireshark 3.2.8 / 3.4.0
  • Zoom 5.4.1

10/27

  • OpenJDK 8u272

10/22

  • FileZilla Client 3.51.0
  • Google Chrome 86.0.4240.111
  • Java Runtime Environment 8u271
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.3.3
  • Mozilla Firefox 82.0
  • Opera 71.0.3770.284
  • Opera 72.0.3815.148

10/20

  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 78.4.0

10/16

  • VMware Tools 11.2.0 
  • WinSCP 5.17.8

10/15

  • Opera 71.0.3770.271

10/14

  • Flash Player 32.0.0.445
  • Mozilla Firefox 81.0.2
  • Skype 8.65.0.78
  • Zoom 5.3.2

10/13

  • Apache Tomcat 8.5.59
  • Apache Tomcat 9.0.39

10/07

  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.3.2
  • Google Chrome 86.0.4240.75
  • Opera 71.0.3770.228

10/02

  • Mozilla Firefox 81.0.1
  • WinZip 25.0.14273
  • Citrix Workspace 20.9.6.34

10/01

  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 78.3.1

09/30

  • Opera 71.0.3770.198
  • Skype 8.65.0.76

09/29

  • Citrix Workspace 20.9.5.30
  • Foxit Enterprise Reader 10.1.0.37527
  • Malwarebytes 4.2.1.89
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.3.1
  • Notepad++ v7.9
  • Zoom 5.3.1

09/25

  • Skype 8.64.0.88
  • Wireshark 3.0.14 / 3.2.7

09/24

  • Apache Tomcat 7.0.106
  • Apple iTunes 12.10.9.3
  • Apple Mobile Device Support 14.0.0.29
  • Google Chrome 85.0.4183.121
  • Mozilla Firefox 81.0
  • Mozilla Firefox 78.3.0 ESR
  • Mozilla SeaMonkey 2.53.4
  • Opera 71.0.3770.171
  • Zoom 5.3.0

09/16

  • Apache Tomcat 9.0.38
  • Citrix Workspace 20.9.0.3
  • Opera 71.0.3770.148

09/11

  • KeePass 2.46
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.2.2

09/10

  • Skype 8.64.0.80

09/09

  • Flash Player 32.0.0.433
  • Google Chrome 85.0.4183.102
  • Opera 70.0.3728.178
  • Zoom 5.2.3

09/08

  • Skype 8.64.0.78
  • FileZilla Client 3.50.0
  • WinZip 25.0.14245

09/02

  • Malwarebytes 4.2.0.82
  • Mozilla Firefox 80.0.1
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.2.1
  • Opera 70.0.3728.154
  • Zoom 5.2.2

08/31

  • SolarWinds Security Event Manager Agent 2020.2.1

08/26

  • Citrix Workspace 20.8.0.46
  • Google Chrome 85.0.4183.83
  • Mozilla Firefox 80.0
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 78.2.0
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.2.0
  • Opera 70.0.3728.133

08/21

  • Google Chrome 84.0.4147.135
  • Opera 70.0.3728.119
  • VMware Tools 11.1.5
  • Zoom 5.2.1

08/13

  • Wireshark 3.0.13 / 3.2.6

08/12

  • Flash Player 32.0.0.414
  • Opera 70.0.3728.106

08/10

  • Google Chrome 84.0.4147.125

08/07

  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.1.1

08/06

  • Opera 70.0.3728.95

08/05

  • Google Earth 7.3.3.7786
  • Skype 8.63.0.76
  • Mozilla Firefox 79.0
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.1.0
  • Zoom 5.2.0

07/31

  • OpenJDK 8u265
  • Apple iTunes 12.10.8.5
  • Apple Application Support 8.6  
  • Foxit Enterprise Reader 10.0.1.35811                   

07/28

  • Opera 70.0.3728.71
  • Google Chrome 84.0.4147.105 
  • Mozilla Firefox ESR 78.1.0 
  • WinSCP 5.17.7

07/22

  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.0.1

07/17

  • Mozilla Thunderbird 78.0
  • Java Runtime Environment 8u261
  • OpenJDK 8u262

07/16

  • Flash Player 32.0.0.403
  • Notepad++ 7.8.9
  • Opera 69.0.3686.77

07/15

  • FileZilla 3.49.1
  • Google Chrome 84.0.4147.89

07/14

  • Mozilla Firefox 78.0.2
  • Mozilla Firefox 78.0.2 ESR
  • Zoom 5.1.3

07/09

  • Opera 69.0.3686.57
  • Skype 8.62.0.83

07/08

  • Apache Tomcat 7.0.105
  • SeaMonkey 2.53.3

07/07

  • Apache Tomcat 8.5.57
  • Apache Tomcat 9.0.37
  • Zoom 5.1.2

07/03

  • Opera 69.0.3686.49

07/02

  • Malwarebytes 4.1.2.73
  • Mozilla Firefox 78.0.1 ESR
  • Mozilla Firefox 78.0.1
  • Mozilla Thunderbird 68.10.0
  • Wireshark 3.0.12
  • Wireshark 3.2.5

07/01

  • Mozilla Firefox 68.10.0 ESR
  • Mozilla Firefox 78.0
  • Zoom 5.1.1
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  • I'm looking into the question about email updates on this document and it's companion PatchZone thread, but I've spoken with others who also have email subs to this document, and they did receive an email notification on the last update on August 12.

    I must confess, though, I'm somewhat confused by how the Email updates from this document would be causing you a backlog of security vulnerabilties. Everything announced in this document is after the update has been released to the Patch Manager catalog. Presumably you would be synchronizing that catalog on a daily basis automatically. (Please note that we do post updates to the catalog several times per week in most weeks.) The arrival of the updates to your Patch Manager server should be your official notification of the availability of the updates. The Patch Manager synchronization task does provide for email-based notifications when new updates arrive.

    Neither the catalog, nor this document, should be used as a methodology for obtaining notifications of security vulnerabilities. There are other resources much better suited to that level of information.

    Our purpose with this post is to provide a cross-reference to the content synchronized by Patch Manager, as well as an informative source to non-PatchManager customers (via PatchZone) to document the release of third-party updates. There are no guarantees of the timeliness of the updates to this document, and on occasion this document has not been updated for a couple of days after the actual release -- depending on my availability and other workloads.

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  • I'm looking into the question about email updates on this document and it's companion PatchZone thread, but I've spoken with others who also have email subs to this document, and they did receive an email notification on the last update on August 12.

    I must confess, though, I'm somewhat confused by how the Email updates from this document would be causing you a backlog of security vulnerabilties. Everything announced in this document is after the update has been released to the Patch Manager catalog. Presumably you would be synchronizing that catalog on a daily basis automatically. (Please note that we do post updates to the catalog several times per week in most weeks.) The arrival of the updates to your Patch Manager server should be your official notification of the availability of the updates. The Patch Manager synchronization task does provide for email-based notifications when new updates arrive.

    Neither the catalog, nor this document, should be used as a methodology for obtaining notifications of security vulnerabilities. There are other resources much better suited to that level of information.

    Our purpose with this post is to provide a cross-reference to the content synchronized by Patch Manager, as well as an informative source to non-PatchManager customers (via PatchZone) to document the release of third-party updates. There are no guarantees of the timeliness of the updates to this document, and on occasion this document has not been updated for a couple of days after the actual release -- depending on my availability and other workloads.

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