Potentially fatal flaw could take a generation of cars to eliminate – but is this a ‘tempest in a thimble’?
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In the case of vehicles it’s more of a “denial of control” attack
Cisco Systems is warning customers of a critical vulnerability affecting three of its TelePresence MCU platform models.
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A 5-year-old serious privilege-escalation vulnerability has been discovered in Linux kernel that affects almost every distro of the Linux operating system, including Redhat, and Ubuntu.
Over a month back, a nine-year-old privilege-escalation vulnerability, dubbed “Dirty COW,” was discovered in the Linux kernel that affected every distro of the open-source operating system, including Red Hat,
A proof-of-concept (PoC) exploit for a critical vulnerability in the Network Time Protocol daemon (ntpd) has been publically released that could allow anyone to crash a server with just a single maliciously crafted packet.
The vulnerability has been patched by the Network Time Foundation with the release of NTP 4.2.8p9, which includes a total of 40 security patches, bug fixes, and
We’ve had a steady stream of questions about “BlackNurse”, so we thought we’d answer them all in one place. Here you are.
A hacker with little more than a minute can bypass the authentication procedures on some Linux systems just by holding down the Enter key for around 70 seconds.
The result? The act grants the hacker a shell with root privileges, which allows them to gain complete remote control over encrypted Linux machine.
The security issue relies due to a vulnerability (CVE-2016-4484) in the
Low-volume attack can replicate success of much larger incidents
The UK will retaliate against cyber-attackers, Philip Hammond promises