Monthly Archives: October 2013

VMworld 2013 in Barcelona

Basefarm participated as an exhibitor at Vmworld 2013 in Barcelona for the second time. In addition to having a booth at the VMware service provider pavilion, we also had the pleasure of taking part in a panel debate about VMware … Continue reading

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Mozilla Vulnerabilities

Mozilla developers identified and fixed several memory safety bugs in the browser engine used in Firefox and other Mozilla-based products. Some of these bugs showed evidence of memory corruption under certain circumstances, and we presume that with enough effort at … Continue reading

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BF-SIRT Newsletter 2013-43

Anyone using Apple products needs to be sure to apply the latest updates that are now available, as per Apple security updates. If you are using Cisco ASA for VPN then you can have a look at our post about … Continue reading

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WordPress 3.7 “Basie”

WordPress 3.7 has now been released and it includes quite a few updates that are related to security and maintenance. More information: http://codex.wordpress.org/Version_3.7

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How we went from 40 to over 35 000 services

This is our story of how Basefarm went from handle the operations of 40 to over 35 000 services, reaching over 40 million end users around the world. What’s the secret behind our success? Born out of the IT bubble … Continue reading

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Cisco ASA VPN Denial of Service Vulnerability

A vulnerability in the VPN authentication code that handles parsing of the username from the certificate on the Cisco ASA firewall could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to cause a reload of the affected device. The vulnerability is due to … Continue reading

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Apple security updates

Apple have released security updates for the following applications: iTunes 11.1.2 Apple Remote Desktop 3.7 Apple Remote Desktop 3.5.4 Keynote 6.0 Safari 6.1 They have also released the following Operating System updates. OS X Mavericks v10.9 OS X Server 3.0 … Continue reading

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BF-SIRT Newsletter 2013-42

This week, Akamai has released their latest “State of the Internet” report, and as always it’s a worthwhile reading. There is also a lot of sites which has been attacked by a 0day vBulletin Hole. If you are using Oracle … Continue reading

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Oracle fixes vulnerabilities

Oracle have released fifty one vulnerabilities, where twelve are critical. Oracle Java SE: 51 Oracle Database Server: 4 Oracle Fusion Middleware: 17 Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control: 4 Oracle E-Business Suite: 1 Oracle Supply Chain Products Suite: 2 Oracle PeopleSoft … Continue reading

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How to install Logstash with Kibana interface on RHEL

This post is currently outdated, please have a look here to see a up to date version: “https://community.ulyaoth.net/threads/how-to-install-logstash-kibana-on-fedora-using-rsyslog-as-shipper.11/” This guide will be updated as soon as possible. In this guide I will provide an example of how to set up … Continue reading

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