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Navigating Open-Source Supply Chain Threats:...

In today’s business world, companies are determined to create software faster than ever before. Developers are under immense pressure to deliver products to customers quickly. To accelerate this process, developers...

Moving Beyond CVSS Scores for...

Since 2016, new vulnerabilities reported each year have nearly tripled. With the increasing number of discovered vulnerabilities, organizations need to prioritize which of them need immediate attention. However, the task...

Post-Quantum Cryptography: Is There A...

The realm of cryptography finds itself on the cusp of a groundbreaking evolution. While classical encryption methodologies have been heralded for their resilience against brute-force attacks, the arrival of post-quantum...

The INCEPTION Vulnerability affecting AMD’s...

Some information found in this blog post has been sourced from an AMD security bulletin as well as a Phoronix article covering a speculative side-channel attack termed “INCEPTION.”   Shortly...

CVE-2023-4911 Looney Tunables – Th-Th-That’s...

Vulnerability: Buffer overflow in glibc’s parsing of GLIBC_TUNABLES environment variable CVE ID: CVE-2023-4911 CVSS Score: 7.8 TuxCare’s Extended LifeCycle Support status can be found in the TuxCare CVE tracker here. ...

Cyber Risk’s Sensational Return to...

Ah, the sweet residue of summer vacations! It’s that time when IT professionals, having (hopefully) soaked up enough sun, reluctantly drag themselves back to their desks, half-expecting a somewhat calm...

CVE-2023-4863: Just How Deep Does...

Vulnerability: Heap Buffer Overflow in libwebp CVE ID: CVE-2023-4863 CVSS Score: 8.8 (Though a different CVE merged into this one was scored 10.0. The 8.8 score will likely be updated...

When the House Lost: Lessons...

…or how to steal 15 million USD from a casino without resorting to “Ocean’s Eleven”-level shenanigans.   When data breaches and ransomware attacks are becoming increasingly commonplace, even the glitzy...

The Heartbleed Bug: Lessons Learned...

The Heartbleed bug, a critical vulnerability in the OpenSSL library, resulted in a severe cybersecurity event affecting millions of systems all over the world. This vulnerability exposed a lot of...

The Real Cost of Hardware...

Hardware level vulnerabilities are a nightmare in the IT world, striking fear into the hearts of professionals and corporations alike. From early examples to recent discoveries, these problems have plagued...

The Downfall (Gather Data Sampling)...

Some information found in this blog post has been sourced from a Red Hat advisory, Intel’s Gather Data Sampling Technical Paper, and Intel Security Advisory INTEL-SA-00828.   A vulnerability called...

Protecting Your Infrastructure Against Heartbleed:...

In the wake of high-profile security breaches, the tech world has become more cognizant of the necessity for effective, end-to-end infrastructure protection strategies. This awareness has brought to the limelight...

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