Vulnerabilities

Important Flaw in Industrial Switches Weidmueller Patches

Weidmueller has issued firmware updates to many of its operated industrial Ethernet switches to fix critical vulnerabilities, based in Germany. Weidmueller has six production facilities and a presence worldwide in 60 locations. According to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency of the DHS (CISA), the goods affected are used around the globe, particularly in key…

Business Intelligence is the Secret to Improved Cybersecurity – Why?

For a number of years now, cybersecurity has pushed further and further to top of the corporate agenda for very good reason. However, how much do we understand the importance of analytics when we remain protected? According to a recent McAfee Labs report, 480 new threats to data security are found every minute in 2018–a…

HackerOne Received Official Hacker Files

After one of the security analysts on the platform unintentionally posted a session cookie, a hacker might access private customer reports on HackerOne. The occurrence happened during an online exchange last week on a bug bounty report submitted by the hacker to HackerOne. The HackerOne Security Analyst directly copied a cURL command to the hacker…

How is WPA-WPA2 Crack WiFi Network Passwords Enabled?

The new method for cracking WPA / WPA2 allowed the vulnerability of WiFi networks to pre-shared key-hash attackers using targeted victims ‘ passwords. This technique was discovered during an attack against the recently released WPA3 security standard which is incredibly difficult to break since its current key setup protocol, the Simultaneous Authentication of Equals (SAE),…

Critical Code Execution Vulnerability Found in GoAhead Web Server

Engineers at Cisco Talos have found two GoAhead embedded web server vulnerabilities, including a critical flaw that can be exploited to execute the remote software. GoAhead, developed by EmbedThis, is marketed as “the world’s most popular small embedded Web server.” Both open source as well as company versions are available. A GoAhead quest for Shodan…

Why Should SSDP / UPnP be Disabled in Today’s Home and Business?

When were UPnP and SSDP mainstream? Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) was considered revolutionary when it was launched 19 years ago in 2000 with the Windows Millennium Edition. It was compromised by the expectation that’ smart’ devices would be automatically identified in the home and the workplace using a Windows PC. It was the age…

Polymorphic Refers to the Ability of Malware to Change

Polymorphic refers to a malware’s ability to change itself and its identifiable features to avoid detection in the case of malicious programs. Some forms of malware, including viruses, trojans, keyloggers and many more, can take a polymorphic shape. This strategy involves constantly changing features such as a file name or encryption keys, so that traditional…

How Can I Handle DNS Vulnerabilities?

Believe it or not, all domain names (nodes) in one file, the host file, were listed at the beginning of the Internet. Today the host file has only been deleted so that an IP address can be redirected to a certain domain name, which the operating system first checks before the DNS servers are queried….

Easy Website Malware Removal Instantly

How to patch your website malware? If your page is compromised, it is most important that you take the right action to repair it. This instruction will show you how to retrieve your website at a time with one step. Check for infections on your PC You will eliminate the possibility that your PC was…

Hackers Platform User Data Reached

The Magento e-commerce platform owned by Adobe has recently notified some Magento Marketplace users that unlicensed third parties have been given access to account information. The attackers, Magento said, exploited the Magento Marketplace vulnerability which enabled them to access information such as name, e-mail, MageID, shipping and billing address, telephone number, and some commercial information…