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Content tagged with Vulnerability Management posted in January 2016
'Asacub' Trojan Converted To Mobile Banking Weapon
News  |  1/21/2016  | 
In a sign of the times, what was once a routine data-stealing tool has evolved into a dangerous mobile banking threat.
OpenSSH Patches Flaw That Lets Attackers Steal Private Keys
News  |  1/15/2016  | 
Flaw exists in an a feature that is turned on by default in all OpenSSH clients between versions 5.4 and 7.1, says Qualys
The State Of Mobile Insecurity
News  |  1/13/2016  | 
It's deja vu all over again as mobile app development looks like traditional dev shops did a half a decade ago.
Kaspersky Caught Scent Of Silverlight Zero-Day In Hacking Team Breach
News  |  1/13/2016  | 
Hacking Team wasn't interested in this critical, cross-platform, remote code execution bug in Silverlight, but the exploit writer may have found another buyer.
'Spymel Is Latest Example Of Attackers Using Signed Malware
News  |  1/8/2016  | 
What was once reserved for targeted attacks is being increasingly used to distribute common crimeware payloads says Zscaler.
XFINITY Security System Flaw Allows Sneak Attacks By Jamming Radio Frequency
News  |  1/5/2016  | 
Rapid7 Researcher finds that when communication between base station and sensors is disrupted, alarm system continues to think it is armed.


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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
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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-2022-2867
PUBLISHED: 2022-08-17
libtiff's tiffcrop utility has a uint32_t underflow that can lead to out of bounds read and write. An attacker who supplies a crafted file to tiffcrop (likely via tricking a user to run tiffcrop on it with certain parameters) could cause a crash or in some cases, further exploitation.
CVE-2022-2868
PUBLISHED: 2022-08-17
libtiff's tiffcrop utility has a improper input validation flaw that can lead to out of bounds read and ultimately cause a crash if an attacker is able to supply a crafted file to tiffcrop.
CVE-2022-2869
PUBLISHED: 2022-08-17
libtiff's tiffcrop tool has a uint32_t underflow which leads to out of bounds read and write in the extractContigSamples8bits routine. An attacker who supplies a crafted file to tiffcrop could trigger this flaw, most likely by tricking a user into opening the crafted file with tiffcrop. Triggering t...
CVE-2022-28751
PUBLISHED: 2022-08-17
The Zoom Client for Meetings for MacOS (Standard and for IT Admin) before version 5.11.3 contains a vulnerability in the package signature validation during the update process. A local low-privileged user could exploit this vulnerability to escalate their privileges to root.
CVE-2022-28752
PUBLISHED: 2022-08-17
Zoom Rooms for Conference Rooms for Windows versions before 5.11.0 are susceptible to a Local Privilege Escalation vulnerability. A local low-privileged malicious user could exploit this vulnerability to escalate their privileges to the SYSTEM user.