Category Archives: Vulnerabilities
Yikes, aren’t there enough mobile vulnerabilities already? Now we have to tend to URL Spoofing and determining if the website is real or not?
A Rapid7 researcher named Tod Beardsley, which disclosed the vulnerability, said this flaw, is an instance … Read the rest
A group of hackers from Iran are targeting worldwide companies that use public-facing Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) and infecting them with the Dharma Ransomeware.
The attackers would lunch their campaign by first scaning ranges of IPs for hosts that contained … Read the rest
It has been found by the NSA that the Russian Spy Group called BlackEnergy is actively exploiting Exim mail servers with Sandworm.
The Exim mail server flaw can be exploited using a email containing a modified “MAIL FROM” field in … Read the rest
Hackers have been targeting Sophos XG Firewall due to the Zero-Day exploit that allows hackers to inject the Asnarok Malware.
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Sophos said in their blog. “The attack affected systems configured with either the administration interface (HTTPS admin service) or the
Unpatched systems are still a major attack vector for hackers. These unpatched systems can invite major troubles for an organization. The issue can turn worse when the organization falls victim to a data breach and compromises confidential data.
The Haken malware obtains sensitive data from victims and secretly signs them up for expensive premium subscription services.
The eight apps that were found have since been removed. Users have collectively been downloaded 50,000 times. These apps were utilities and … Read the rest
Mozilla the makers of Firefox has issued a zero-day security update for Firefox and Firefox Extended Support Release, which were found to contain an actively exploited flaw in the IonMonkey JIT compiler.
What is known
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“Incorrect alias information in IonMonkey