A vulnerability in the Emotionally Vulnerable web-based vulnerability scanner is causing problems for thousands of web users in the United Kingdom.
Emotionually Vulnerable is a vulnerability scanner that checks if a website you visit has been accessed via a vulnerable web server.
The vulnerability scanner reports if a vulnerable server is found.
If there is a malicious file detected, the vulnerability scanner will trigger an attack.
If the attack is successful, it will allow a hacker to execute arbitrary code on the victim’s machine.
According to a recent blog post by a company called SANS, this vulnerability has been reported to several security vendors and it has been patched for the past two weeks.
The EMOTIVES vulnerability scanner has been a popular tool in the past.
It was developed by security firm Symantec and used by more than 20 million web users.
Symantek released the vulnerability in June 2017 and fixed it in February 2018.
In 2018, Symantech announced that it would no longer support the vulnerability scanners.
It said that it was not aware of any exploit for this vulnerability.
The Symanteks security blog post explained that it could be possible to bypass the protection mechanism of the EmotivES vulnerability scanners because it would be possible for the vulnerability to be “deployed to the network or to the browser.”
SANS researchers found that the vulnerability has a vulnerability in a browser extension that allows users to download malicious content.
The extension was downloaded by the Emotions vulnerability scanner on April 4, 2018, and it is not known if it has since been patched.
The company told Business Insider that the update was available for download as of Monday afternoon.
If you are affected by this vulnerability, you can download it here.
The Emotions Web-based security scanner is available for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome browsers.
It uses an Emotion database to identify vulnerable websites and allows users who visit those websites to download malware to the compromised web server via a malicious web-application.
It has not been updated since April 24, 2018.
You can download the updated version of the vulnerability scanning tool from the following links: SANS website SANS blog post