Monthly Vulners Review with TOP vulnerabilities and news

This month, Vulners published new functionality for auditing Linux CentOS via Errata plugin (like RHEL). After that, we updated our new docs and wrote current monthly review of the top news. This month was full of zero-day, critical patches (not for everyone) and many different hacks with information security news. Vulnerabilities: Mobile processors, Realtek, Cisco, … Continue reading Monthly Vulners Review with TOP vulnerabilities and news

Only critical vulnerabilities of the week and the newest attacks

Too many updates from the same vendors come out every month. Either the developers make more mistakes in the development process, or security researchers have begun to actively improve their own competencies. For example, Apple releases updates almost every week. As follows from the news section, attackers regularly use such vulnerabilities in their attacks. Why … Continue reading Only critical vulnerabilities of the week and the newest attacks

Vulnerability WARNINGS and how long does it take to update?

One of the highlights of the week is the Pwn2Own competition. Participants have hacked many well-known applications. As for the rest of the news: as always, update your Cisco devices and Facebook, as usual, takes care of our privacy.Welcome to the post! Don't forget to check out Vulners team documentation reborn and write your feedback;) … Continue reading Vulnerability WARNINGS and how long does it take to update?

Huge patches from vendors, Vulners news and hot Android malware

There has been a lot of news about Apple and Android this month, as the first malware for the Apple M1 has started to appear and malware developers are not wasting time. Cisco also released a big update package for their devices, and SonicWall is not fixing its problems. A little bit about what's new … Continue reading Huge patches from vendors, Vulners news and hot Android malware

Monthly digest not just about FireEye and SolarWinds hacks

The last monthly digest this year turned out to be intense and interesting. There was a lot of news about various hacks and attacks, new methods of attacks were invented and new malware was discovered. Bottom line of this month: supply chain attacks exist and the secure Security Development Lifecycle is VERY IMPORTANT! Vulnerabilities: Apple … Continue reading Monthly digest not just about FireEye and SolarWinds hacks