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posted in February 2018
Hacking on TV: 8 Binge-Worthy and Cringe-Worthy Examples
Slideshows  |  2/28/2018  | 
From the psycho-drama Mr. Robot to portraying the outright dangers of ransomware taking down a hospital in Greys Anatomy, hacking themes now run deep in todays TV shows.
7 Key Stats that Size Up the Cybercrime Deluge
Slideshows  |  2/26/2018  | 
Updated data on zero-days, IoT threats, cryptomining and economic costs should keep eyebrows raised in 2018.
10 Can't-Miss Talks at Black Hat Asia
Slideshows  |  2/23/2018  | 
With threats featuring everything from nation-states to sleep states, the sessions taking place from March 20-23 in Singapore are relevant to security experts around the world.
7 Cryptominers & Cryptomining Botnets You Can't Ignore
Slideshows  |  2/21/2018  | 
Cryptominers have emerged as a major threat to organizations worldwide. Here are seven you cannot afford to ignore.
Encrypted Attacks Continue to Dog Perimeter Defenses
Slideshows  |  2/14/2018  | 
Attacks using SSL to obfuscate malicious traffic finding fertile ground for growth.
8 Nation-State Hacking Groups to Watch in 2018
Slideshows  |  2/9/2018  | 
The aliases, geographies, famous attacks, and behaviors of some of the most prolific threat groups.
7 Ways to Maximize Your Security Dollars
Slideshows  |  2/5/2018  | 
Budget and resource constraints can make it hard for you to meet security requirements, but there are ways you can stretch your budget.


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A Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) vulnerability is identified in FruityWifi through 2.4. Due to a lack of CSRF protection in page_config_adv.php, an unauthenticated attacker can lure the victim to visit his website by social engineering or another attack vector. Due to this issue, an unauthenticat...
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PUBLISHED: 2020-10-23
FruityWifi through 2.4 has an unsafe Sudo configuration [(ALL : ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL]. This allows an attacker to perform a system-level (root) local privilege escalation, allowing an attacker to gain complete persistent access to the local system.
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