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A researcher has stumbled on a big security flaw affecting OpenWrt, an open source operating system used by millions of home and small business routers and embedded devices. OpenWrt has become a popular Linux alternative to the stock software that vendors ship with home routers. Other examples of this type of router software include DD-WRT...
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What’s the difference between a scheduled security update and one that’s out-of-band? In the case of the critical Windows 10 Server Message Block (SMB) vulnerability (CVE-2020-0796) left unpatched in March’s otherwise bumper Windows Patch Tuesday update, the answer is two days. That’s how long it took Microsoft to change its mind about releasing a fix...
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Intel’s March security updates reached its customers this week and on the face of it, the dominant theme is the bundle of flaws affecting the company’s Graphics drivers. There are 17 of these all told, including six high-severity flaws, starting with CVE-2020-0504, a buffer overflow leading to a denial of service flaw whose CVSS score...
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Microsoft has been forced to patch a vulnerability in the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol which was accidentally disclosed by some of its security partners earlier this week. The fix, KB4551762, is an update for Windows 10, versions 1903 and 1909, and Windows Server 2019, versions 1903 and 1909. It addresses a remote code execution...
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Multiple likely state-backed APT groups have been detected exploiting a recently patched Microsoft flaw to target Exchange servers. The vulnerability in question, CVE-2020-0688, was discovered by an anonymous security researcher and reported to Microsoft via Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI). It was fixed in the February Patch Tuesday update round, but discovered by Volexity...
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How is it that our brains – the original face recognition program – can recognize somebody we know, even when they’re far away? As in, how do we recognize those we know in spite of their faces appearing to flatten out the further they are from us? Cognitive experts say we do it by learning...
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Does WhatsApp have a lot of vulnerabilities or are there simply a lot of people looking for them? Ask PerimeterX researcher Gal Weizman, who last year set about poking the world’s most popular messaging platform to see whether he could turn up any new weaknesses. Sure enough, this week we learned that he uncovered a...
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Reports have emerged of multiple attempts to exploit a Citrix vulnerability, delivering ransomware to enterprise victims including a German car manufacturer. Citrix began patching the CVE-2019-19781 bug in its Application Delivery Controller (ADC) and Citrix Gateway products last week. If successfully exploited, it could allow an unauthenticated attacker to perform arbitrary code execution. At the...
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Microsoft has kicked off the new decade with fixes for half a century of vulnerabilities, including one discovered by the NSA that could allow hackers to spoof digital certificates to bypass security measures. This month’s Patch Tuesday focused around the CVE-2020-0601 flaw, which security experts praised the NSA for disclosing responsibly rather than trying to...
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