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VMware advisory warns users to patch critical issue in product
Network Security, Vulnerabilities

VMware begins patching process for Linux SACK vulnerabilities

VMware is instructing users to be on the lookout for software patches for 31 products that are affected by two vulnerabilities associated with the Linux kernel implementation of TCP Selective Acknowledgement (SACK). The two flaws, SACK Panic (CVE-2019-11477) and SACK Excess Resource Usage (CVE-2019-11478), were originally found and disclosed by Netflix researchers, along with two…
SC Corporate News, Security News

The winners of the 2020 SC Awards Honored in the U.S.

Trust AwardBest Authentication TechnologyForgeRockForgeRock Identity Platform All journeys have a beginning, middle and an end, and it’s the job of the ForgeRock Identity Platform to ensure that every authentication journey, from start to finish, remains safe for the client and easy for the user. The platform’s Intelligent Authentication feature delivers the unique ability to visually map user authentication journeys with a drag-and-drop interface…
Network Security, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Cisco fixes critical Aironet Access Points flaw, addresses 29 more bugs

Cisco today released 28 security advisories, in the process addressing a total of 30 vulnerabilities, including a critical unauthorized access bug found in the company’s Cisco Aironet Access Points (APs) software. Officially designated CVE-2019-15260, the flaw potentially can be exploited to view sensitive information, interfere with configuration options and disable the AP, in order to create…
Network Security, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Cisco’s latest round of updates address bugs in security products

Cisco Systems on Wednesday issued a series of security updates, in the process disclosing 29 vulnerabilities, including 16 high-impact ones. Among the most serious issues are a series of bugs found in various security-related products, including Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance Software, Firepower Threat Defense Software, Firepower Management Center and FXOS Software. Certain of these vulnerabilities allow for…
Company News, Security News

The winners of the 2019 SC Awards Honored in the U.S.

For a complete overview of SC Awards 2019 please click on the Book of the Night link above. Trust AwardBest Authentication Technology WinnerRSA Security for RSA SecurID Access There’s only one “you,” but at least there’s plenty of ways to prove you’re you. That’s especially true when using RSA SecurID Access, a smart authentication platform…
Government, Government/Defense, Network Security, Security News

OMB: Federal agencies reported 8 percent fewer cybersecurity incidents in FY 2019

A new report issued by the U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) says federal agencies reported eight percent fewer cybersecurity incidents in fiscal year 2019, compared to 2018 — an improvement it attributes to the recent “maturation of agencies’ information security programs.” High-value IT assets (HVAs) remain a work in progress, however: In FY…
Network Security, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Five high-level flaws patched in Cisco Discovery Protocol

Cisco Systems has issued fixes for five high-level vulnerabilities in various implementations of its Cisco Discovery Protocol, which is enabled by default in tens of millions of Cisco products. The five flaws, collectively named CDPwn, could allow attackers to either remotely execute code or trigger a denial of service, warned Cisco yesterday, as did researchers…
Cloud Security, Data Breach, Database security, Health Care, Privacy & Compliance News and Analysis, Retail, Security News

Privacy takes a hit, as storage bucket leaks cannabis dispensary POS data

A misconfigured Amazon Web Services S3 storage bucket was discovered leaking data that had been collected by a point-of-sale system used by multiple cannabis dispensaries, researchers from vpnMentor reported on Wednesday. The exposed bucket, which was found on Christmas eve and closed by Jan. 14, was found to contain more than 85,000 files. These included…
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