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Attacker breaches Comodo forums by exploiting vBulletin flaw

More than 170,000 users of online forums operated by cybersecurity company Comodo Group reportedly had their data stolen by a malicious actor who exploited a recently disclosed vulnerability in vBulletin’s internet forum software. The Clifton, N.J.-based Comodo learned of the attack on September 29, and responded by taking its forums offline and applying patches, the…
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Researchers disclose five unpatched bugs in Comodo Antivirus

Researchers at Tenable have disclosed five unpatched vulnerabilities in Comodo Antivirus, which reportedly will be patched by Monday of next week. The most significant of the zero-days appears to be CVE-2019-3969, a local privilege escalation condition that results from an flawed verification mechanism in the CmdAgent.exe process file. “A local process can bypass the signature…
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Comodo fixes bug, revokes banned certificates

After reporting last week that it had issued banned certificates that could facilitate man in the middle (MitM) attacks, Comodo has fixed the "subtle bug" that the company's Senior Research and Development Scientist Rob Stradling wrote prompted the problem.
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I am Comodo hacker, Iranian claims

A lone Iranian hacker claimed responsibility over the weekend for an attack on Comodo, a company that issues digital SSL certificates used by websites to validate their identity to visitors.
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Ransomware: To pay or not to pay

The crudely written ransom notes in movies 20-30 years ago may have been replaced by more modern, digital missives – like a texted photo a la Liam Neeson’s “Taken” – but the message remains the same: Pay up or else.   That is the quandary business owners, municipal governments, school administrators and even librarians are now…
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