Kobian Launches Mercury 750 UPS To Safeguard PCs against Power Disruption

September 11, 2019

Microprocessor-controlled power solution featuring Auto-restart while AC recovery & AC overload protection

NEW DELHI, India – September 11, 2019 – Mercury, a brand of Kobian Pte Ltd, today announced the Pan-India availability of Marvel 750 – line-interactive UPS. Using cutting edge technology, these UPS are designed for the SOHO segment and also supports work environment with large data and crucial projects. It provides protection from damaging surges and spikes.

Owing to unpredictable climatic conditions of typhoons, rains, lightning strikes, power outages, and instantaneous voltage drops are becoming common and such sudden accidents can lead to malfunctions of computers and precision instruments. Power outages or blackouts can cause major problems like data loss, productivity, security and even profits. In addition, these also pose a serious risk to electrical equipment/home appliances. Even though modern appliances have several safeguards, there are still risks one should be aware of, especially if their business relies on continued operations.

 

Mercury’s Marvel 750 high-efficiency UPS system helps to protect critical customer PC and data from power troubles while at the same time has a Green Power function for energy saving.

Kobian has been synonyms to quality by offering top-notch technologies and the products which address the real needs of the end customers. Marvel 750 UPS is designed to bring simplified power protection with unmatched power reliability and offer a cost-effective solution to our customers,” said, Sushmita Das, Country Manager at Kobian Pte Ltd.

Marvel 750 UPS is specially designed for domestic use with multi-functions. It is equipped with boost and buck AVR to stabilize the input voltage range. Also, the built-in DC start function of the product enables the UPS to be started up without AC power supply. Backed with a high-efficiency Battery backup, the UPS provides Overload protection through software. It is light in weight and compact in design to be a perfect fit for limited workspaces.

Price, Availability, and Warranty

The Marvel 750 UPS comes with a price of Rs.1,699 /-, carrying a warranty of 2 years. It is immediately available through the Kobian network of authorized distributors and dealers.

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About Kobian Pte Ltd

Since its inception in 1978, Kobian has always led the way, breaking boundaries and taking on new challenges head-on. From the onset, Kobian has cultured a passion for innovation through the development of easy-to-use, dependable technology to bring out the very best in people.

Operating in more than 8 countries around the world, including India, Indian subcontinent, ASEAN countries, Africa and MEA, Kobian applies new thinking and ideas to create simple, valuable and trusted experiences with technology, continually improving the way customers live and work.

Kobian offers a complete technology product portfolio through Mercury, comprehensively meeting customers’ specific needs. Thanks to a solid management team, Kobian’s performance has been consistently strong in volatile environments www.mercury-pc.com & www.kobian.com

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Microsoft’s September 2019 Patch Tuesday: Tenable Roundup

September 11, 2019

Microsoft’s September 2019 Patch Tuesday release contains updates for 79 CVEs, 17 of which are rated critical. In the wake of BlueKeep in May, and the four additional CVEs for Remote Desktop Services in August (DejaBlue), Microsoft has addressed four new CVEs for Remote Desktop Client. Additionally, Microsoft patched two elevation of privilege bugs which have been exploited in the wild this month. Click here to read the complete breakdown of the most important CVEs from this month’s release.

Satnam NarangSenior Research Engineer at Tenable said, “This month’s Patch Tuesday release contains updates for nearly 80 CVEs, including four critical vulnerabilities in the Remote Desktop Client, and two Elevation of Privilege vulnerabilities exploited in the wild as zero-days.

Since Microsoft warned about BlueKeep (CVE-2019-0708) in May, Microsoft’s Platform Security Assurance & Vulnerability Research team identified additional vulnerabilities in Remote Desktop, patching four critical flaws in August in Remote Desktop Services, dubbed “DejaBlue.” This month, Microsoft’s internal research teams identified four new critical vulnerabilities in Remote Desktop Client (CVE-2019-1290, CVE-2019-1291, CVE-2019-0787, CVE-2019-0788). Unlike BlueKeep and DejaBlue, where attackers target vulnerable Remote Desktop servers, these vulnerabilities require an attacker to convince a user to connect to a malicious Remote Desktop server. Attackers could also compromise vulnerable servers and host malicious code on them and wait for users to connect to them

Microsoft also patched two vulnerabilities that were exploited in the wild as zero-days. CVE-2019-1214 is an elevation of privilege vulnerability in the Windows Common Log File System (CLFS) Driver, while CVE-2019-1215 is an elevation of privilege vulnerability in the Winsock IFS Driver (ws2ifsl.sys). Both flaws exist due to improper handling of objects in memory by the respective drivers. Elevation of Privilege vulnerabilities are utilized by attackers post-compromise, once they’ve managed to gain access to a system in order to execute code on their target systems with elevated privileges.

 


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