Monthly Archives: July 2018

VPNFilter Malware Smashes Harmful Groundwork in Ukraine

The Ukrainian Security Service exposed the VPNFilter malware current week, which it ascribed to Russian intelligence agencies, had aimed a harmful groundwork organization. The security service reported that the malware was identified on the systems of the Aulska chlorine station in Auly, Dnipropetrovsk. The company is part of the harmful infrastructure of country as it delivers chlorine to water treatment and sewage plants around Ukraine.

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Apple Fixes KRACK Vulnerabilities in Boot Camp

Apple has announced a recent update for its Boot Camp usefulness to state flaws narrated to the wireless Key Reinstallation Attacks – KRACK that were revealed late previous year. A total of 10 KRACK flaws were revealed in October 2017, entire influencing the Wi-Fi normal itself and reducing entire Wi-Fi Protected Access II, WPA2 protocol enactments flaw. The new sort of threat also influences industrial networking devices.

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Intel Fixes Security Bugs in Processor Diagnostic Tool

Intel has updated its Processor Diagnostic Tool to address flaws that could chance to random code implementation and increase of rights. The Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool is a part of software planned to confirm the purpose of an Intel processor. It can inspect for brand recognition and operating incidence, test precise features, and achieve a strain test on the processor.

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Timehop’s Database Violated Cooperating Data of Millions of Users

An app named Timehop that re-surfaces your very old photographs and posts by linking to your social media profiles. It was exposed that its cloud computing environment was breached and the data of 21 million users was theft on this July 4. The theft data encompassed frequently of email addresses and user names. The phone numbers associated to 4.7 million accounts were similarly theft of 21 million cooperated user data.

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Google Patches Harmful Android Bugs

Google has released the set of Android fixes of July 2018, this week, which is to address tens of flaws in the mobile operating system, and it contains numerous harmful bugs. The Internet giant stated about eleven flaws as a part of the 2018-07-01 security fix level, containing about three rated harmful and eight of them are high threat flaws. The problem influence framework, media framework, and system.

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Thunderbird Succeeds in Obtaining its EFAIL Patch

Thunderbird has shoved code with patches for a dozen security flaws, containing the EFAIL encryption mess that occurred this May 2018. The EFAIL- precise patches state two flaws in Thunderbird’s managing of encoded messages: CVE-2018-12372, in which a hacker can create S/MIME and PGP decryption oracles in HTML messages; and CVE-2018-12373, in which S/MIME plain text can be dripped if a message is forwarded.

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