Posts Tagged ‘vulnerability’

Apple Mitigates AirPort Router Hole

Apple fixed its AirPort routers to address a remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability. Apple said the problem is a memory
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Flaw Allows Attackers to Steal Emails

A vulnerability in Verizon’s webmail service could allow attackers to surreptitiously forward a victim’s emails to a different address. There
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Password Manager Vulnerability

There is a vulnerability in the open source password manager KeePass. The vulnerability could allow attackers to trick users into
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GE Fixes Credential Vulnerability

GE created new firmware versions to mitigate a hard-coded credential vulnerability in its MultiLink series managed switches, according to a
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Androids Suffer from Wi-Fi Fault

A vulnerability affecting the Android operating system among others deals with Wi-Fi technology that could allow an attacker to escalate
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Open Automation Software Hole

Open Automation Software reviewed the DLL Hijacking vulnerability in its OPC Systems.NET application and determined not to patch the issue
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Mitigation Plan for Infusion System Hole

There is a vulnerability in Hospira’s Symbiq Infusion System, which could end up exploited to remotely control the device, in
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N-Tron Encryption Key Vulnerability

There is a hard-coded SSH and HTTPS encryption key vulnerability in N-Tron’s 702-W Industrial Wireless Access Point device, according to
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Router Software has Bug Issue

A vulnerability present in version 1.3 of RealTek SDK (software development kit) can end up exploited by an attacker to
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Google Discloses Windows 8.1 Flaw

Google released details of a new privilege escalation vulnerability in Windows just as Microsoft was getting ready to send out
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