This week, the first computer malware was discovered on the Apple M1, whose creators are quick to adapt. Mobile app developers take their time to update them for their products and zero-day often takes too long to fix. We collected all the main most interesting news of the week with Apple and quite a bit … Continue reading Apple weekly digest with mobile apps
Several high-profile vulnerabilities in Windows and Apple were fixed this week. Epic confusion/substitution attacks and an interesting vulnerability with secret chats in Telegram. We've picked up the top news from the past week. Vulnerabilities: releases from Microsoft and Apple + Telegram vulnerabilities;Tools: Adversary testing;News: Hacker poisoned water in an American city, amazing research, bad luck … Continue reading Сouple of massive updates, several f**k-ups with loud vulnerabilities and attacks
Google Chrome is updated every week with new vulnerabilities/malicious extensions/zero-day and other stuff, which is why it needs to be updated regularly, just like other important software. Also this week, a sequel to the SonicWall story came out. Google launched a cool new vulnerability service OSV, which the Vulners team immediately automated it - "Stay … Continue reading New robot from Vulners, strong vulnerabilities and new malicious activity.
Collected the coolest news about Apple, Cisco, zero-day and some company hacked via vulnerability in their products (lol). There are not so many cool news, but we were able to collect the most interesting ones about Whatsup, another war with the Emotet malware, a new version of NAT slipstreaming. Next month we will tell you … Continue reading Several critical updates, evil malware and security research
Сritical vulnerability affected much of the Linux ecosystem was patched on January 26 in Sudo. Sudo is an application that allows administrators to delegate limited root access to other users, by default the superuser. The vulnerability has the identifier CVE-2021-3156 or Baron Samedit. The vulnerability was identified by Qualys about two weeks ago, but it … Continue reading Sudo vulnerability ALARM
Not as many critical vulnerabilities as last week. This time it's mostly cool and non-standard vulnerabilities that are important to know about. For example, the KindleDrip attack shows a new way to exploit vulnerabilities. Or another vulnerability is that your kids could be little bug hunters. Vulnerabilities: No zero-days, DNSpooq, kids and bughunting;Tools: POCs and … Continue reading Uncommon but enlightening vulnerabilities with Microsoft and more
One of the things that we implemented early on in our lab is an semi-automated process of collecting some new payloads/exploits/bypass techniques from the public feeds (including Twitter) and checking whether our current WAF solutions can detect it. The Go Test WAF Introduction What if we can test their essential capability of payload detection with … Continue reading Payload detection WAF challenge
There is one or more zero-day in each vulnerability section. Intel takes care of the threat from ransomware, the attacker gained access to Microsoft accounts, and, as usual, a little bit about the most interesting new malware with the highest impact. Vulnerabilities: Mostly zero-days;Tools: Outlook research + new tool, OSINT, web testing and defense evasion;News: … Continue reading Lots of zero-day vulnerabilities, and how’s your start of the year?
At the beginning of the year there is not much news, but we were able to collect a digest with the loudest and coolest news. Vulnerabilities: Zyxel fail, cool bug in Google docs and new side-channel attack, + it's recommended to patch Nvidia drivers;Tools: Offensive staff only;News: Julian Assange, whatsapp transfers your data directly to … Continue reading Hardcoded account in Zyxel, whatsapp user’s data → facebook and news about Julian Assange
Microsoft is surprised that they do not fix vulnerability zero with the existing PoC and there has been an exploit for the previous version of the bug for a long time. It is useless to post information about the SolarWinds hack, because there are too many of them and new facts (vulnerabilities) keep appearing. In … Continue reading Available Microsoft 0-day , new SolarWinds vulnerability and others