Monthly Archives: November 2014

BF-SIRT Newsletter 2014-48

Welcome to the newsletter! This week you can read about how Chinese e-cigarettes may damage your PC’s health and how Sony Pictures Dealing With Apparent Network Compromise. You can also find stories about such things as how Home Depot spent … Continue reading

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WordPress 4.0.1 – Critical security release

The WordPress 4.0.1 security update has been released today, which addresses 8 security flaws including cross-site scripting (XSS) and denial of service exploits. In addition, 23 bugs in the 4.0 release have been fixed. It is highly recommended that anyone … Continue reading

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BF-SIRT Newsletter 2014-46

Welcome to the newsletter! This week you can read about how Darkhotel espionage campaign targets corporate executives traveling abroad and thatHackers Stole 53M Email Addresses from Home Depot. You can also find a story on how China is building a … Continue reading

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Patch Tuesday November 2014

Another month, another patch Tuesday! Microsoft issued sixteen security bulletins for various products that’s then translated into fourteen patches, including a fix to a critical Schannel vulnerability (MS14-066) which could allow remote execution if an attacker sends specially crafted packets … Continue reading

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BF-SIRT Newsletter 2014-45

Welcome to the newsletter! This week you can read about how Feds Arrest Alleged ‘Silk Road 2′ Admin, Seize Servers or how Google open sources nogotofail, a network traffic security testing tool. You can also read This month’s “OUCH!”: Social … Continue reading

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