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Widely Known Flaw in Pulse Secure VPN Being Used in Ransomware Attacks
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al3orod
al3orod,
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1/9/2020 | 3:04:02 PM
Re: The CVE number reported in this article is incorrect
Thanks for catching the typo
NickW201
NickW201,
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1/7/2020 | 10:34:48 AM
CVE typo
"The advice stemmed from reports over the last few days of attackers exploiting the flaw — tracked as CVE-2019-1150 — to deliver ransomware on enterprise systems and to delete data backups and disable endpoint security tools."

That is not the correct CVE number. CVE-2019-1150 is a Microsoft RCE vuln

 
geoffpr
geoffpr,
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1/7/2020 | 10:18:18 AM
The CVE number reported in this article is incorrect
The CVE number reported in this article is incorrect.  The number is not CVE-2019-1150.  It's actually CVE-2019-11510.


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