CVE-2020-10713: It’s time to patch your Linux and Windows machines, again
A snapshot of last week’s reported cybersecurity breaches and vulnerabilities Waydev This analytics platform, which is used by various software companies, disclosed a data breach where hackers stole GitHub and GitLab OAuth tokens from its internal database
Join TFIR and Ron Nixon as they discuss cyber-physical systems and why they need special security protections.
This week we woke up to news of a new severe buffer overflow vulnerability (CVE-2020-10713) also known as ‘BootHole’ that threatens most every Linux distribution, Windows 8 and 10
As the 2020 presidential election nears many are concerned about hackers influencing the vote
Alexander Gounares, founder and CEO of Polyverse, analyzes the latest report from Synopsys and discusses the impact of Amazon on Open Source communities and business models.
Containers are great for quickly spinning up applications, particularly at scale with Kubernetes, but their ease-of-use sometimes leads to lax maintenance and vetting, which can leave you vulnerable to the common exploits hackers like to use most
Synaptic recently released a report on vulnerabilities in open source
A snapshot of last week’s reported cybersecurity breaches and vulnerabilities Samsung Since last month, older Samsung Blu-ray players stopped working because of a rogue XML file downloaded by the network-connected devices from Samsung servers
The massive power of HPC clusters built from thousands of nearly identical servers makes them ideal for tackling critical tasks, but their very purpose makes them high-value targets for sophisticated nation-state actors motivated to spy on and harvest all that data
A snapshot of last week’s reported cybersecurity breaches and vulnerabilities Twitter Twitter accounts of major companies and VIP users were compromised in one of the most significant Twitter breaches to date
Modern security teams are inundated with the sheer number of weaknesses and corresponding vulnerabilities that are announced so it’s not surprising why organizations struggle to decide which patches are the most critical