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January 14, 2020
Microsoft reportedly acted on an NSA warning creating and issuing a secret out-of-band patch to the military and other high-value targets fixing CVE-2020-0601, a vulnerability affecting a core cryptographic component present in all versions of Windows. Published reports stated that the NSA informed Microsoft of the vulnerability and this knowledge enabled Microsoft to quickly fix...
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As 2019 came to an end, Imperva CTO Kunal Anand began working with our global research team, Imperva Labs, to put together a list of the most important cybersecurity issues security leaders should be prepared for in 2020. He published his list in the blog, “Top 5 Cybersecurity Trends to Prepare for in 2020.” Since...
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Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-Va.), Vice Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and co-chair of the bipartisan Senate Cybersecurity Caucus, voiced deep concerns with the ability of the U.S. Department of State to address the surge of offensive cyber activity by Iran. In a letter, which comes on the heels of a U.S....
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Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (Socialist, Vt.) in Newton, Iowa on Saturday. Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images Bernie Sanders lost the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination to Hillary Clinton. But even if he loses again in 2020, his long-term project to pull Democratic candidates in the direction of socialism is already a success. Today the left-leaning Americans...
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Home > Security News > Vulnerabilities Adobe’s January Patch Tuesday security update contains five critical patches for Illustrator CC and four non-critical vulnerabilities for Adobe Experience Manager. Two versions of Illustrator CC are covered in this release, 24.0 and 24.0.2 24.0, being impacted by the critical-rated CVE-2020-3710, CVE-2020-3711, CVE-2020-3712, CVE-2020-3713 and CVE-2020-3714.  All are memory...
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The Decade’s Digital Dystopia in Real Estate: What Is Next? Propy, Inc. Changes that result from technological breakthroughs are not always positive. A couple of months ago, reading the article “Digital dystopia: how algorithms punish the poor,” which outlines technology’s ability to negatively impact the most vulnerable, made me reflect on the impact of technological...
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Microsoft today released updates to plug 50 security holes in various flavors of Windows and related software. The patch batch includes a fix for a flaw in Windows 10 and server equivalents of this operating system that prompted an unprecedented public warning from the U.S. National Security Agency. This month also marks the end of...
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The cybercrime group that brought us Satan, DBGer and Lucky ransomware and perhaps Iron ransomware, has now come up with a new version or rebranding named “5ss5c”. In a previous blog post, Satan ransomware adds EternalBlue exploit, I described how the group behind Satan ransomware has been actively developing its ransomware, adding new functionalities (specifically then:...
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Microsoft released a patch for Windows 10 and Server 2016 today after the National Security Agency found and disclosed a serious vulnerability. It’s a rare but not unprecedented tip-off, one that underscores the flaw’s severity—and maybe hints at new priorities for the NSA. The bug is in Windows’ mechanism for confirming the legitimacy of software...
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by Dan Kobialka • Jan 14, 2020 WatchGuard Technologies, a network security hardware and services provider, now offers automated monthly billing for its WatchGuardONE FlexPay program, according to a prepared statement. That way, WatchGuardONE partners can purchase WatchGuard Subscriptions from participating distributors without upfront costs or a long-term commitment. With the FlexPay enhancements, WatchGuardONE partners...
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It was a beautiful summer day and I was lost once again in the great northern woods. I had ridden through a glorious cornfield at the edge of  St. Agatha, but somehow landed in a deep, dark forest with no sign of civilization in sight.  Getting lost on my dirt bike doesn’t bother me much — it’s...
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Today, Microsoft released patch for CVE-2020-0601, a vulnerability in windows “crypt32.dll” component that could allow attackers to perform spoofing attacks. This was discovered and reported by National Security Agency (NSA) Researchers. The vulnerability affects Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016/2019 systems. This is a serious vulnerability and patches should be applied immediately. An attacker could...
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Hundreds of millions of Windows 10 users are having an important patch rolled out to their computers today after Microsoft was warned by the NSA of a serious security hole in the operating system. The fix comes as part of “Patch Tuesday”, Microsoft’s regular bundle of patches issued on the second Tuesday of every month,...
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Many companies are struggling to get a handle on risk exposure because of visibility issues, Radware survey shows. Many businesses that are transitioning to public cloud environments, microservices architectures, and 5G networks are creating new blind spots in the attack surface for criminals to leverage, according to a new report from Radware. The security vendor...
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Meltdown, Spectre exploits will likely lead to customers making tradeoffs between performance and security of applications, especially virtual and cloud-based apps Back in January 2018, a consortium of security researchers from organizations including Google, Cyberus Technology and several universities disclosed two ominously-named vulnerabilities found in nearly all modern computer processors. These vulnerabilities broke open the...
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The National Security Agency is publicly acknowledged for its finding and reporting of CVE-2020-0601, marking the start of what it says is a new approach to security. The first Patch Tuesday of 2020 has the industry buzzing about 49 CVEs, in particular a Windows CryptoAPI spoofing vulnerability disclosed to Microsoft by the US National Security...
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The National Security Agency announced Tuesday that it had found a “critical vulnerability” in Microsoft Corp.’s Windows operating systems that could enable cyber intrusions. The NSA recognized “the severity of the vulnerability” and disclosed it to Microsoft to expedite the process of fixing it, Anne Neuberger, the NSA’s director of cybersecurity, told reporters Tuesday. Microsoft...
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Tesla is surging and Microsoft is purging, but first: a cartoon about wedding software updates. Here’s the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. Want to receive this two-minute roundup as an email every weekday? Sign up here! Today’s News Windows has a flaw so dangerous the NSA disclosed it In a...
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The impact of cyber attacks is often greater than initial evaluations indicate. The mid-December cyber attack on RavnAir Group forced at least a dozen of the company’s flights out of the air on a busy travel weekend. It had been thought that the company recovered fairly quickly from the malicious cyber attack, but a statement...
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Today’s VERT Alert addresses Microsoft’s January 2020 Security Updates. VERT is actively working on coverage for these vulnerabilities and expects to ship ASPL-866 on Wednesday, January 15th.  In-The-Wild & Disclosed CVEs CVE-2020-0601 While there are no in-the-wild and disclosed CVEs in the January patch drop, there is a lot of discussion around CVE-2020-0601. The vulnerability...
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