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  • 40% of orgs running VMware still susceptible to Heartbleed

    23.07.2014

    More than three months have passed since the discovery of the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug, and many systems are still vulnerable.

  • Unpatched OpenSSL holes found on Siemens ICSs

    21.07.2014

    A number of Siemens industrial products have been found sporting four vulnerabilities in their OpenSSL implementation, which could lead to man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks or the crashing of web servers of the products.

  • Oracle delivers 113 updates

    16.07.2014

    Oracle's Quarterly Critical Patch Update (CPU) is never a minor event.

  • Drastic decline in vulnerable NTP servers due to Heartbleed?

    25.06.2014

    In light of the escalation of DDoS attacks used as a means of extorting money from online businesses, the news that there has been a significant decrease in vulnerable Network Time Protocol (NTP) servers that can be used in NTP amplification DDoS attacks is more than welcome.

  • Beware of emails offering bogus HeartBleed removal tool

    03.06.2014

    Malware peddlers are taking advantage of the fact that the existence of the Heartbleed bug has breached the confines of the cyber security world and has entered the awareness of Internet users around the world, and they are offering them a bogus "HeartBleed Virus Removal Tool." "The email warns users that while they may have done what they can by changing their passwords on the websites they use, their computer may still be 'infected' with the Heartbleed bug," shared Symantec researchers.




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Android Fake ID bug allows malware to impersonate trusted apps

Posted on 29 July 2014.  |  Bluebox Security researchers unearthed a critical Android vulnerability which can be used by malicious applications to impersonate specially recognized trusted apps - and get all the privileges they have - without the user being none the wiser.


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