A security firm has released a tool to protect users from spam attacks and malware, and a few new security vulnerabilities have been revealed.
The company, Security First, which focuses on online security, released the tool, called SANS Security, to promote a new, more secure and resilient digital world.
The tool was developed by Security First with help from the company’s technology security team.
It’s intended to help companies manage their digital security and to protect them against spam and other malware attacks.
It was developed with support from Microsoft and Adobe.
As the tool is developed, security issues have been found in the software.
The new vulnerabilities have not been disclosed by the companies.
They’re found in Windows versions 8.1, 10 and 12.
Security First said the flaws are “unique and do not appear in the older versions of Windows.”
“The new bugs are only found in a subset of the code,” it said.
“They appear in all versions of the OS, including versions 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 and 20,” the company said.
“These vulnerabilities can be exploited to gain unauthorized access to Windows machines.”
SANS Security has been released on the Microsoft Web site.