Monthly Archives: September 2014

BF-SIRT Newsletter 2014-39

Welcome to the newsletter! The biggest news this week is obviously how the “Shellshock” Bug Spells Trouble for Web Security. McAfee have also released a Phishing Quiz a few weeks ago, which is still worth taking if you mised it … Continue reading

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BF-SIRT Newsletter 2014-38

Welcome to the newsletter! This week we have stories such as how Breach at Goodwill Vendor Lasted 18 Months and that Citadel Trojan phishes its way into petrochem firm’s webmail. We also have information as to how SNMP DDoS Scans … Continue reading

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iOS 8

Apple has released the latest version of its mobile OS on Wednesday, and in it has fixed over 50 vulnerabilities, many of which are very serious: Two vulnerabilities allowed a local attacker to escalate privileges and install unverified (likely malicious) … Continue reading

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BF-SIRT Newsletter 2014-37

Welcome to the newsletter! This week it’s being available two days in advance, but that doesn’t meant it’s got less interesting news in it! Among the highlights for this week are how an OS X version of Windows backdoor has … Continue reading

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Patch Tuesday September 2014

Another month, another patch tuesday! For this month’s Patch Tuesday, Microsoft have, amongst other things, released updates for Internet Explorer, which addresses 37 CVEs. The other updates include an update to Improve Credentials Protection and Management(adds additional users’ credentials when … Continue reading

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BF-SIRT Newsletter 2014-36

Welcome to the newsletter! This week’s top stories include follow-up information regarding the story we posted last week regarding Norwegian companies being under attack, as well as information regarding the Russian-made tool that grabs nude selfies from iCloud accounts. Top … Continue reading

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