NVIDIA, Oracle, Coinbase, and Bitcoin – Application Security Weekly #1

In the Application Security News, Paul and Keith discuss how malicious NPM packages could harvest credit card numbers and passwords from your site, NVIDIA updates video drivers to help address CPU memory security, multiple vulnerabilities in PHP could allow for arbitrary code execution, and Oracle WebLogic vulnerabilities being exploited by Bitcoin miners! All that and more, on this episode of Application Security Weekly!

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How malicious NPM packages could harvest credit card numbers and passwords from your site. Epic Games reports huge CPU usage spike after applying Meltdown patches on backend servers Epic Games blames Meltdown CPU performance issues for Fortnite downtime NVIDIA updates video drivers to help address CPU memory security (Meltdown / Spectre related) Oracle WebLogic Vulnerability Being Exploited by Bitcoin Miners Website Glitch Let Me Overstock My Coinbase AMD-PSP: Firmware Trusted Platform Module Remote Code Execution via crafted EK certificate Multiple Vulnerabilities in PHP Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution Multiple Vulnerabilities found in Western Digital My Cloud JSON Remote Procedure Call (RPC) allows malicious websites to execute Electrum wallet commands New 'Cybersecurity Office' Would Oversee Companies Like Equifax and Dole Out Fines for Slipshod Security Application fuzzing in the era of Machine Learning and AI Full Show Notes Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/securityweekly Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.comsecurityweekly [audio src="http://traffic.libsyn.com/aswaudio/NVIDIA_Oracle_Coinbase_and_Bitcoin_-_Application_Security_Weekly_1_converted.mp3" ]
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