Monthly Archives: May 2017

Vulnerability opens FreeRADIUS servers to unauthenticated attackers

Zeljka Zorz – May 30, 2017   A vulnerability in the free, open source FreeRADIUS server could be exploited by remote attackers to bypass authentication via PEAP or TTLS.                                              There … Continue reading

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7 nightmare cyber security threats to SMEs and how to secure against them

Small businesses face a range of cyber threats daily and are often more vulnerable than the larger organisations   30th May 2017 By Nick Ismail   Small businesses that see themselves as too small to be targeted by cyber criminals … Continue reading

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Android alert: This cutesy malware has infected millions of devices

Auto-clicking ‘Judy’ adware was distributed by over 40 apps in Google’s official Android market.   By Danny Palmer | May 30, 2017   Security researchers have discovered a large malware campaign in the Google Play store.   Dubbed Judy — … Continue reading

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You can take Shadow Brokers Zero Day Exploit Subscriptions for $21,000 per month

May 30, 2017  By Pierluigi Paganini   Shadow Brokers is going to launch a monthly subscription model for its data dumps, 0-Day Exploit Subscriptions goes for $21,000 per month.   A couple of weeks ago, while security experts were debating about WannaCry … Continue reading

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8 RCE, DoS holes in Microsoft Malware Protection Engine plugged

Zeljka Zorz – May 30, 2017                                                  After the discovery and the fixing of a “crazy bad” remote code execution flaw in the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine earlier this month, now … Continue reading

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Split Tunnel SMTP Exploit Allows an Attacker to Inject Payloads Into Email Servers

29th May 2017  By Catalin Cimpanu   There is a way to inject malicious content into email servers running email encryption appliances, a technique that allows attackers to go around email security products.   Email encryption appliances (EEAs) are hardware … Continue reading

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Firefox throws Secure Connection Failed for many Microsoft domains (Fix)

By Martin Brinkmann on May 29, 2017   When you try to connect select Microsoft owned domains such as Hotmail.com or Codeplex.com right now in Firefox, you may get a Secure Connection Failed error.   Sites that are affected by … Continue reading

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Pacemakers are far more vulnerable to hacking than we thought

A team of researchers find 8,000 bugs in pacemaker codes.   Mariella Moon, @mariella_moon   I know that this topic has been the subject of previous threads but believe the informasiton here is new/additional.       “Back in January, … Continue reading

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Anonymous Member Playing with Houdini RAT and MoWare Ransomware

May 29th 2017  By Catalin Cimpanu   A self-proclaimed member of the Anonymous hacker collective is behind a campaign to spread the Houdini RAT and is currently looking into deploying the MoWare H.F.D ransomware.   The name of this “hacker” … Continue reading

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Aruba bugs squashed in seven-vuln splatfest

ClearPass Policy Manager needs upgrade 29 May 2017 at 01:58, Richard Chirgwin   In case you missed it: there’s a bunch of bad bugs in HPE’s Aruba ClearPass Policy Manager.   The Bugtraq post landed here Friday afternoon US time, … Continue reading

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