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Content tagged with Advanced Threats posted in November 2014
Newly Revealed Cyber Espionage Attack 'More Complex' Than Stuxnet, Flame
News  |  11/24/2014  | 
"Regin" cyber spying platform is reportedly behind cyber spying against a Belgian telecommunications provider, which was revealed in leaked NSA documents.
The Week When Attackers Started Winning The War On Trust
Commentary  |  11/21/2014  | 
The misuse of keys and certificates is not exotic or hypothetical. Its a real threat that could undermine most, if not all, critical security controls, as recent headlines strongly show.
Deconstructing The Cyber Kill Chain
Commentary  |  11/18/2014  | 
As sexy as it is, the Cyber Kill Chain model can actually be detrimental to network security because it reinforces old-school, perimeter-focused, malware-prevention thinking.
Time To Turn The Tables On Attackers
Commentary  |  11/13/2014  | 
As a security industry, we need to arm business with innovative technologies that provide visibility, analysis, and action to prevent inevitable breaches from causing irreparable damage.
Korean-Speaking Cyberspies Targeting Corporate Execs Via Hotel Networks
News  |  11/10/2014  | 
Researchers unmask the inner workings of "Darkhotel," a unique seven-year-old cyber espionage campaign against C-level executives from various nations as they travel in the Asia-Pacific region.


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I Smell a RAT! New Cybersecurity Threats for the Crypto Industry
David Trepp, Partner, IT Assurance with accounting and advisory firm BPM LLP,  7/9/2021
News
Attacks on Kaseya Servers Led to Ransomware in Less Than 2 Hours
Robert Lemos, Contributing Writer,  7/7/2021
Commentary
It's in the Game (but It Shouldn't Be)
Tal Memran, Cybersecurity Expert, CYE,  7/9/2021
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CVE-2021-40865
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-25
An Unsafe Deserialization vulnerability exists in the worker services of the Apache Storm supervisor server allowing pre-auth Remote Code Execution (RCE). Apache Storm 2.2.x users should upgrade to version 2.2.1 or 2.3.0. Apache Storm 2.1.x users should upgrade to version 2.1.1. Apache Storm 1.x use...
CVE-2021-25977
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-25
In PiranhaCMS, versions 7.0.0 to 9.1.1 are vulnerable to stored XSS due to the page title improperly sanitized. By creating a page with a specially crafted page title, a low privileged user can trigger arbitrary JavaScript execution.
CVE-2021-35231
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-25
As a result of an unquoted service path vulnerability present in the Kiwi Syslog Server Installation Wizard, a local attacker could gain escalated privileges by inserting an executable into the path of the affected service or uninstall entry. Example vulnerable path: "Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHIN...
CVE-2021-38294
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-25
A Command Injection vulnerability exists in the getTopologyHistory service of the Apache Storm 2.x prior to 2.2.1 and Apache Storm 1.x prior to 1.2.4. A specially crafted thrift request to the Nimbus server allows Remote Code Execution (RCE) prior to authentication.
CVE-2021-40526
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-25
Incorrect calculation of buffer size vulnerability in Peleton TTR01 up to and including PTV55G allows a remote attacker to trigger a Denial of Service attack through the GymKit daemon process by exploiting a heap overflow in the network server handling the Apple GymKit communication. This can lead t...