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Trends and Innovations in Enterprise...

Live patching plays a vital role in helping enterprises stay secure   Live patching is becoming crucial for maintaining compliance with various data privacy standards and regulations   TuxCare’s Extended...

Cybersecurity in Review: The Alarming...

Quick question: when is it ok to run a networked system without updates?  If the answer takes more than 1 second and is anything other than “never,” we need to...

Improper Separation of User/Administrator Privilege...

This article is part of a series where we look at a recent NSA/CISA Joint Cybersecurity Advisory on the top cybersecurity issues identified during red/blue team exercises operated by these...

Lack of Network Segmentation in...

This article is part of a series where we look at a recent NSA/CISA Joint Cybersecurity Advisory on the top cybersecurity issues identified during red/blue team exercises operated by these...

Orange Spain Outage: BGP Traffic...

In a recent cybersecurity incident, Orange Spain faced a significant internet outage on January 3, 2024. A threat actor, going by the name ‘Snow,’ exploited vulnerabilities in the company’s RIPE...

3 Malicious PyPI Packages Hide...

In a recent cybersecurity revelation, the Python Package Index (PyPI) has fallen victim to the infiltration of three malicious packages: modularseven, driftme, and catme. These packages, although now removed, managed...

SMTP Smuggling: Hackers Exploit New...

In the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats via email, a novel exploitation technique has emerged – Simple Mail Transfer Protocol – SMTP smuggling. This method, when wielded by threat actors,...

Insufficient Internal Network Monitoring in...

This article is part of a series where we look at a recent NSA/CISA Joint Cybersecurity Advisory on the top cybersecurity issues identified during red/blue team exercises operated by these...

Alert: New DLL Variant Used...

Recent research findings have brought to light a new DLL variant pertaining to search order hijacking techniques. As per recent reports, this dynamic link library variant could potentially be used...

Attackers Targeting Poorly Managed Linux...

In recent times, Linux SSH servers have become a prime target for attackers aiming to compromise security and exploit vulnerabilities for malicious activities. This article delves into the growing concern...

Default Configurations of Software and...

This article is part of a series where we look at a recent NSA/CISA Joint Cybersecurity Advisory on the top cybersecurity issues identified during red/blue team exercises operated by these...

WinRAR Flaw: LONEPAGE Malware Strikes...

In the realm of cybersecurity, vigilance is paramount, and recent developments reveal a persistent threat facing Ukrainian entities. In mid-2023, the Ukrainian CERT issued advisory #6710, unmasking a threat actor...

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