Monthly Archives: July 2018

Patients’ Data Violation Revealed At Boys Town National Research Hospital

Every another day, there arrives a data breach. This time a personal sensitive data of some hundreds of thousands of patients at Boys Town National Research Hospital have been exposed in what appears to be the major ever pronounced breach endeavored by a pediatric care children’s hospital. The violation occurrence marked according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights that there were about 105,309 people, containing patients and employees, at the Omaha-based medical organization.

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Samsung Fixes Severe Flaws in SmartThings Hub

Samsung has fixed a wide series of severe flaws in its SmartThings Hub, which could be activity to implement OS commands or other random code on bug devices. The SmartThings Hub permits customers’ monitor and handle smart home devices likely smart plugs, LED light bulbs, thermostats, cameras, and more that are designed as a central controller.

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Google Pronounces New Security Tools for Cloud Users

Google took the cloaks off a wide range of tools to support cloud customers protected access to resources and improved defend data and applications. Google has familiarized context-aware access, which carries fundamentals from BeyondCorp to Google Cloud to advance security and convey flexible access to commercial applications on customers’ devices.

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Freight Shipping Giant COSCO Attacked by Ransomware

Chinese state-possessed shipping and logistics firm COSCO was supposedly attacked by a portion of ransomware that unsettled few of its systems in the US. COSCO, is declared one of the largest shipping companies in the world, defined the occurrence as a “local network breakdown” in the Americas region. The company utters it has postponed connections with other states while it demeanors and analysis.

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Sony Fixes Distantly Exploitable Flaws in Network Cameras

Two severe, distantly exploitable flaws in Sony IPELA E Series Network Camera products could permit hackers to implement instructions or random code on distressed devices. The initial of the flaws is a command injection bug in the measurementBitrateExec utility of the IPELA E Series Network Camera pursued as CVE-2018-3937. These are network fronting devices practiced for observing and investigation.

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Singapore’s Severe Cybercrime Theft Personal Data of 1.5 Million

Hackers have intruded government health database of Singapore. The government officials stated on Friday that it is considered as the worst violence of personal data, burglary records of the patients about 1.5 million comprising the personal drug prescriptions of the own prime minister. Further, government officials did not state who might have been involved in the attacks, however a joint announcement by the health and communications ministries proposed a high degree of complexity.

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Cisco Discovers Severe Bugs in Policy Suite, SD-WAN Products

On Wednesday, July 19, CISCO notified the clients that it has been identified and fixed over a dozen serious and high sternness flaws in its Policy Suite, SD-WAN, WebEx and Nexus products. The networking giant conveyed determining four severe bugs in Policy Suite through interior testing. Two of these security flaws are unauthenticated access problems that permit a distant hacker to acquire the Policy Builder interface and the Open Systems Gateway initiative interface.

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Oracle Fixes Highest 334 Flaws in Running Month

Oracle fixes over two hundred distantly exploitable flaws this July 2018 severe fixes update. Current week, Oracle announced its July 2018 set of fixes to state a total of 334 security flaws, the greatest number of patches resolved with a severe fix update to currently. Over two hundred flaws may be distantly exploitable deprived of verifications.

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