BF-SIRT Newsletter 2017-13

The top stories from this week is that Google will be reducing trust in Symantec certificates following numerous slip-ups. Also, VMware’s reported three bugs that probably deserve your urgent attention.

You can also read about the black box discovery of memory corruption RCE on, and the update from Apple that patches a large number of flaws in iOS and macOS.

Top 5 Security Links
Google Reducing Trust in Symantec Certificates Following Numerous Slip-Ups
It’s ESXi time for critical VMware patches
Black box discovery of memory corruption RCE on
Apple Patches Large Number of Flaws in iOS, macOS Updates
IIS 6.0 Vulnerability Leads to Code Execution

BF-SIRT Newsletter 2017-12

The top stories from this week is that US Senate just voted to let ISPs sell your web browsing data without permission. We also have information about the Apple iCloud ransom demands.

You can also read about how hackers are using fake cellphone towers to spread android banking trojan or about the critical Lastpass vulnerability.

Top 5 Security Links
US Senate Just Voted to Let ISPs Sell Your Web Browsing Data Without Permission
Apple iCloud ransom demands: The facts you need to know
Hackers Using Fake Cellphone Towers to Spread Android Banking Trojan
Critical bugs for Lastpass found in Chrome, Firefox add-ons
Easy Way to Hijack Privileged Windows User Session Without Password