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Dell, HP, & Lenovo System Found Using Outdated OpenSSL Cryptographic Library

The cybersecurity researchers at Binarly recently discovered that outdated versions of the OpenSSL cryptographic library are still being used by the following companies on...

OpenSSL Flaw Would Allow Attackers to Cause a denial-of-service Condition

OpenSSL has released a Security Advisory regarding the vulnerability CVE-2020-1971 which is called EDIPARTYNAME NULL pointer de-reference.What is the vulnerability?X.509 digital certificate’s...

GoFetch Side-Channel Attack Impact Apple CPUs: Attackers Steal Secret Keys

Researchers have unveiled a new class of microarchitectural side-channel attacks that pose a severe threat to the security of Apple CPUs.The attack, GoFetch,...

Qbot Malware Via FakeUpdates Leads the Race of Malware Attacks

Hackers use Qbot malware for its advanced capabilities, including keylogging, credential theft, and backdoor functionality.Previously distributed Qakbot malware campaign was capable of monitoring the...
Open Source Security

Open Source Security: Trends and Predictions for 2024

Open source security refers to the practice of ensuring that open source software (OSS) is free from vulnerabilities that malicious actors could exploit. It...

Nmap 7.94 Released: What’s New!

The latest version of Nmap, 7.94, was released on its 26th birthday. The most significant upgrade was the migration of Zenmap and Ndiff from...

Multiple Splunk Enterprise Flaws Let Attackers Execute Arbitrary Code

Splunk Enterprise has multiple vulnerabilities that can lead to Cross-site Scripting (XSS), Denial of Service (DoS), Remote code execution, Privilege Escalation, and Path Traversal....

What are Brute Force Attacks, and How to Protect Your APIs Against them?

Brute force attacks have been one of the most common attack types. In Q1 2022, brute force made up 51% of all attacks! These...
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Monti Ransomware’s Linux Variant Attacks the Financial & Healthcare Industries

The Monti ransomware was found in June 2022 that attracted notice due to its close resemblance to the Conti ransomware, both in name and...

SolarWinds Platform 2023.3 Released – What’s New!

SolarWinds announces the release of SolarWinds Platform 2023.3, which includes new features and platform upgrades.Further, the release notes detail the issues that were resolved...

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