Couple huge patches, hackers, update for Vulners interface and other news

Check out the updated Vulners interface! Argentina shows about every few months why information security is important. For example, this month the passports of all residents of the country appeared on the network. There were also important updates for Oracle products and a fix for vulnerabilities in Google browsers. You can always contact with us … Continue reading Couple huge patches, hackers, update for Vulners interface and other news

Vulners weekly digest #5

+1 integration for VulnersReview fresh vulnerabilities without MicrosoftToolsNews without COVID-19 and ZOOM This week the Vullners integrated with a new great project: https://attackerkb.com It is already available: https://vulners.com/search?query=type:attackerkb Vulnerabilities, exploits or PoCs Is it possible to make a digest without vulnerabilities in microsoft products? Let's try to do it! Multiple vulnerabilities in the IQrouter Information … Continue reading Vulners weekly digest #5

OSS-Fuzz data in Vulners

This month, vulners collected Google's open-source OSS-Fuzz data. OSS-Fuzz is a great tool for fuzz testing your projects to uncover different kinds of programming errors in software. "OSS-Fuzz provides ‘fuzzing as a service’ for open source projects" https://opensource.google/projects/oss-fuzz It's amazing that this data is now available both for easy visual searching and via the Vulners … Continue reading OSS-Fuzz data in Vulners

Hidden Threat – Vulnerability Analysis using the news graph

When you face to face a new vulnerability, what is the thought that comes first? Of course, respond as quickly as possible. However, speed is just one of the conditions for an effective fight against information security threats. When it comes to corporate security, it is equally important to determine without error what you should … Continue reading Hidden Threat – Vulnerability Analysis using the news graph