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Jeffrey Burt

Content posted in June 2018
Mobile Malware Group Hits Google Play a Third Time
Jeffrey Burt  |  6/29/2018  | 
McAfee researchers found that AsiaHitGroup earlier this year again targeted Android device users in Asia with a bulked-up Sonvpay campaign complete with silent push notifications.
McAfee: Cybercriminals Improving Techniques as Cryptomining Explodes
Jeffrey Burt  |  6/28/2018  | 
Cybercrime campaigns during the quarter showed that bad actors are improving upon the threats from last year, according to McAfee. Meanwhile, cryptomining schemes continue to skyrocket.
IBM Spinout Senzing Fights Fraud, Insider Threats With AI
Jeffrey Burt  |  6/26/2018  | 
Senzing, a rare IBM spinout, enables organizations to quickly and easily run through thousands of corporate records to find bad actors that represent a threat to their businesses.
Olympic Destroyer Returns With Attacks in Europe
Jeffrey Burt  |  6/20/2018  | 
Kaspersky Labs researchers believe the hackers behind the Olympic Destroyer worm that wreaked havoc at the Winter Olympics are now focusing on organizations that research chemical and biological threats in Europe.
Cisco: Companies More Proactive About Cybersecurity
Jeffrey Burt  |  6/14/2018  | 
The ransomware attacks of 2017 and high-profile credit card system hacks in recent years have convinced organizations that they need to address security before they become victims.
Talos: VPNFilter Malware Still Stands at the Ready
Jeffrey Burt  |  6/12/2018  | 
Rebooting routers and the FBI's takeover of the C&C server may have mothballed the threat that infected more than 500,000 routers, but attackers could get it going again, Talos's Craig Williams said at Cisco Live in Orlando.
ISF: Balance Is Key to Mobile Security
Jeffrey Burt  |  6/11/2018  | 
As the workforce becomes more mobile, companies can't lock everything down but also can't risk leaving their mobile environments wide open, Information Security Forum finds.
Operation Prowli Infects 40,000 Systems for Cryptomining
Jeffrey Burt  |  6/8/2018  | 
GuardiCore researchers uncover a campaign that has comprised vulnerable servers at more than 9,000 companies worldwide for cryptojacking and traffic manipulation purposes.
Trojan Campaign Uses US & North Korea Summit to Lure Victims
Jeffrey Burt  |  6/5/2018  | 
The hackers behind the NavRAT malware are targeting South Koreans with a spear-phishing effort that refers to the upcoming meeting between the US and North Korean leaders, Talso says.


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PUBLISHED: 2021-01-18
An issue was discovered in Open Design Alliance Drawings SDK before 2021.12. A memory allocation with excessive size vulnerability exists when reading malformed DGN files, which allows attackers to cause a crash, potentially enabling denial of service (crash, exit, or restart).
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PUBLISHED: 2021-01-18
An issue was discovered in Open Design Alliance Drawings SDK before 2021.12. A memory corruption vulnerability exists when reading malformed DGN files. It can allow attackers to cause a crash, potentially enabling denial of service (Crash, Exit, or Restart).
CVE-2021-25175
PUBLISHED: 2021-01-18
An issue was discovered in Open Design Alliance Drawings SDK before 2021.11. A NULL pointer dereference exists when rendering malformed .DXF and .DWG files. This can allow attackers to cause a crash, potentially enabling a denial of service attack (Crash, Exit, or Restart). This is issue 1 of 3.
CVE-2021-25176
PUBLISHED: 2021-01-18
An issue was discovered in Open Design Alliance Drawings SDK before 2021.11. A NULL pointer dereference exists when rendering malformed .DXF and .DWG files. This can allow attackers to cause a crash, potentially enabling a denial of service attack (Crash, Exit, or Restart). This is issue 2 of 3.
CVE-2021-25177
PUBLISHED: 2021-01-18
An issue was discovered in Open Design Alliance Drawings SDK before 2021.11. A NULL pointer dereference exists when rendering malformed .DXF and .DWG files. This can allow attackers to cause a crash, potentially enabling a denial of service attack (Crash, Exit, or Restart). This is issue 3 of 3.