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Help Net Security 01/22/2019 06:33
ACROS Security, the creators of 0patch, have released a micropatch for a recently revealed zero-day RCE flaw affecting Windows.
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Cyberscoop 01/21/2019 16:26
Lookout) NSO Group, the Israeli company behind the infamous Pegasus malware, offered up an Android exploit that would have taken advantage of an Adobe Flash zero day.
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Security Bloggers Network 01/21/2019 14:33
What Are Common Certificate Validation Flaws? kdobieski. Mon, 01/21/2019 - 11:33. The SSL/TLS certificate for the website is not trusted. An internet browser will state that a website certificate is untrusted if that certificate has not been signed by a trusted Certificate Authority (CA).
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BleepingComputer.com 01/21/2019 13:01
The video below shows how the exploit is rendered unsuccessful with the 0patch agent turned on: The fix is free and works for the fully updated 64-bit Windows 10 version 1803 and 64-bit Windows 7.
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SecurityWeek 01/21/2019 11:56
Web applications can exploit browser extensions to access privileged capabilities and steal sensitive user information, including credentials, a researcher has discovered.
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Softpedia 01/21/2019 03:03
No public exploit As iPhone users found out the hard way, the days of iOS jailbreaking are nearly over, as security researchers who discover vulnerabilities in the operating system rarely make them public.
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GBHackers On Security 01/20/2019 01:25
According to Malwarebytes, What this new development tells us is that exploit kit developers are still monitoring the scene for new exploits and techniques.
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Cyber Defense Magazine 01/19/2019 11:01
The expert reported the flaw to Microsoft via the Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI.
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CSO Magazine 01/18/2019 15:14
Researchers from ACROS Security have released a temporary "micropatch" for one of them through 0patch, a service that provides in-memory binary patching for zero-day flaws, and they are currently testing a patch for the secondary issue as well.
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Tech-Wreck InfoSec Blog 01/18/2019 09:01
Bugs in Building Access System Could Lead to Creation of Fake Badges (01/14/2019) Scientists at Tenable Research have identified several zero-day vulnerabilities in the PremiSys access control system from IDenticard that can be used by fraudsters to create fake badges, alter user data, and disable building locks.
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ZDNet - Blogs 01/18/2019 06:46
Today, cyber-security firm Acros Security published a temporary patch for the second zero-day, a patch that protects Windows systems against any exploitation attempts.
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Information Security Buzz 01/17/2019 18:15
This discovery comes just a few months after Tenable Research found another zero-day flaw — dubbed Peekaboo — in global video surveillance software.
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Data Science Central 01/17/2019 13:57
In my most recent blog ". Design Thinking Humanizes Data Science. ", I discussed how Design Thinking and Data Science complement each other. They are not just two sides of the same coin, but the same side of the same coin in their objectives to "diverge before converging" in driving business stakeholder collaboration with respect to identifying, brainstorming and...
SC Magazine - UK 01/17/2019 08:29
Telegram bot API flaw gives threat actors command & control.
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