Monthly Archives: May 2017

BF-SIRT Newsletter 2017-21

The top stories from this week is about a Samba Remote Code Execution Vulnerability and how Multiple Video Players are Vulnerable to Code Execution via Subtitle Files. You can also read about a NTFS bug that lets anyone hang or … Continue reading

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BF-SIRT Newsletter 2017-20

The top stories from this week is of course about WannaCry and WannaCry 2.0. You can also read about how a Google researcher finds link between WannaCry attacks and North Korea, and that WikiLeaks reveals “AfterMidnight” & “Assassin” CIA Windows … Continue reading

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WannaCry

WannaCry is the name of a new ransomware that is utilizing a Windows vulnerability to spread. It encrypt files, and promises to decrypt the files for a fee (which should not be paid). Microsoft released a patch for the vulnerability … Continue reading

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BF-SIRT Newsletter 2017-19

The top stories from this week is how a bad bug in Microsoft’s Windows malware scanner can be used to install malware and how HP laptops include keyloggers in the Audio driver. You can also read about three 0-days affecting … Continue reading

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BF-SIRT Newsletter 2017-18

The top stories from this week is an explanation on the Intel AMT vulnerability and a warning about a phishing mail related to Google Docs. You can also read about how, after years of warnings, mobile network hackers exploit SS7 … Continue reading

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