Monthly Archives: April 2018

Uber Constricts Bug Bounty Threats Policies

Last week, Uber updated the legal terms and conditions of its bug bounty program and delivered regulation for good faith flaw investigation. The variations come merely months after the ride-sharing massive acknowledged paying a couple of people as part of a struggle to obscure a huge security occurrence. Uber declares that it has addressed about 200 bugs for which it has granted more than $290,000 ever since August 2017, carrying the total amount paid out by the firm since they launch of its flaw bounty program to over $1.4 million.

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13 Year-Old Configuration Vulnerability Influences Maximum SAP Deployments

Onapsis notifies maximum SAP executions carry on to be influenced by a security configuration vulnerability originally documented in 2005. Abandoned security configurations and accidental configuration points of formerly secured systems reduce SAP operations flaw in spite of the announcement of different Security Notes intended to state the concerns.

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Serious Drupal Fixes New Flaw Associated To Drupalgeddon2

The Drupal developers have announced the latest updates for Drupal versions 7 and 8 of the content management system to address a new flaw associated to the freshly fixed vulnerability called Drupalgeddon2. The new flaw, pursued as CVE-2018-7602, has been labeled as an extremely serious issue that can be oppressed for distant code implementation. The vulnerability has been fixed with the announcement of versions 7.59, 8.4.8 and 8.5.3.

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Yahoo Charged 35 Million Dollars For Huge IT Security Mishandling

The US financial watchdog fined $35m the Disaster Formerly Known as Yahoo! The SEC for deteriorating to express anyone related to one of the largest ever known computer security violence of the world. Currently known as Altaba subsequent its lengthy, sluggish and aching origin in insignificance, Yahoo! Had was aware that its complete user database containing billions of users’ data had been seized in December 2014 by the Russian hackers and just days after the incident happened.

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SunTrust Bank Reveals Ex-Employee Sneaks on 1.5 Million Data

An ex-employee of Atlanta-based SunTrust Banks revealed about stolen data on 1.5 million customers. The employee seems to steal customers’ data from specific contact lists of the company. SunTrust is presently notifying the influenced clients about the details and they are working with external professionals and coordinating on investigations with the law enforcement agency.

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LinkedIn Flaw Permitted User Data To Be Stolen

LinkedIn currently fixed a flaw that could have been oppressed by harmful websites to steal data from profiles of its users, containing private information. The vulnerability influenced the AutoFill utility, which lets websites to deliver users the opportunity to rapidly fill out forms with the data containing from their LinkedIn profile. Users merely click the AutoFill button on a webpage including a form and few of the fields are pre-occupied with data obtainable from LinkedIn profile.

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Windows Defender Chrome Extension Defends Against Phishing Scams

Microsoft has recently launched its defensive Chrome extension, Windows Defender Browser Protection to work on Google’s Chrome browser. People can effortlessly download the Chrome extension now and can be saved from phishing scams. It serves an additional protection and lets you block the harmful websites and from several threats. This extension serves the users by generating an alerts when they effort to load any unsafe website and it directs them back toward protection.

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Drupal Websites Maltreated With Backdoors, Miners in Drupalgeddon2 Threats

The newly fixed Drupal flaw pursued as CVE-2018-7600 and labeled Drupalgeddon2 has been oppressed in the remote to carry backdoors, cryptocurrency miners and further sorts of malware. While much of the online action directing CVE-2018-7600 still seems to signify scanning means efforts to identify flaw systems, the cybercriminal have also ongoing abusing the vulnerability to install malware.

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Unsafe Vulnerabilities Threats Discovered in Moxa Industrial Routers

A report is announced jointly from Cisco’s Talos intelligence and research group, containing about seventeen vulnerabilities in Moxa Industrial Routers, including quite many high serious command injection and denial-of-service flaws. The security vulnerabilities have been recognized in Moxa EDR-810, a merged industrial multi-port secure router that proposes firewall, NAT, VPN and achieved Layer 2 switch capabilities.

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