LexisNexis, the global online insurance marketplace, is a subsidiary of the U.S. insurance giant, Aetna.
The company has a presence in nearly 70 countries.
The latest version of Lexis Nexis, 5.5.1, released on March 1, is one of the most widely-used and used security patches for the company.
This patch was created to address a vulnerability in LexisNs security.
The vulnerability is described as an out-of-bounds read.
This means that an attacker can read a database on a user’s computer without the user’s knowledge.
The flaw can be exploited remotely.
The bug can also be exploited by an attacker to remotely execute code on a machine and then execute arbitrary code on the machine, making the affected machine unreachable for a period of time.
The patch addresses the problem by preventing this attack.
However, the vulnerability also allows an attacker who has full access to the vulnerable database to run arbitrary code, potentially causing data loss on the affected systems.
The fix is a standard security update, meaning that it is installed automatically.
This is the second major vulnerability fix in a row that Lexis NEXIS has released.
LexisCorp has also released two security patches, CVE-2016-6195 and CVE-2015-6191, that addressed two of the more serious vulnerabilities of the company, namely CVE-2017-1426 and CVE