A critical and interesting vulnerability in the Netlogon Remote Protocol of the Windows server was patched by Microsoft team last month. This flaw discovered by the Cybersecurity firm Secura (dubbed as Zerologon), has received the highest severity score of 10.0. The vulnerability is identified as CVE-2020-1472 and allows an attacker to successfully compromise the vulnerable […]

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Jenkins, an open-source automation server software released an advisory pertaining to a critical vulnerability present in its application. Jenkins enables developers to build, test, and deploy applications. This vulnerability tracked as  CVE-2019-17638 when exploited can result in memory corruption and can disclose sensitive information. It allows any unauthenticated attacker to obtain sensitive information via response […]

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In early 2020, the world saw the worst pandemic humankind has seen in a long time. While all businesses and employees were shattered, you had a new challenge to deal with. While employees were struggling to adopt a new mindset and work culture for remote work, you were busy helping your business survive by changing […]

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SanerNow 4.6.0.0 comes out with several enhancements to enrich the product usage experience. This maintenance release also includes bug fixes to enhance the performance of the SanerNow platform. Release Summary Patch Management (PM) module improved with new enhancements Upgraded patch management dashboard: Enhanced visibility in the Patch Management (PM) Dashboard to understand risks, patches, and […]

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Are you aware of the worst cyberattack of 2017, the WannaCry ransomware? WannaCry was one of the worst-hit ransomware attacks that surfaced around May 2017, in Asia. The malware spread like wildfire and infected more than 230,000 computers in a day. The WannaCry attack mainly affected the Windows operating system, and more than $4 billion […]

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We are excited to announce the launch of our newly designed website – https://www.secpod.com/. At SecPod, we always strive towards making things convenient and user friendly. After months of numerous discussions, brainstorming sessions, multiple changes, and dedicated teamwork, we are glad to release our new website today with a much more attractive look.   As […]

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The worldwide web is arguably the best source of information and opportunities currently. On the other hand, there are countless threats looming at every nook and cranny of the web as well. The truth is that everyone is at risk when going online. This includes private individuals, small businesses, and especially large corporations. According to […]

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A critical zero-day vulnerability has been found in Zoom – A video conferencing software, for Windows 7 or below. The vulnerability allows an attacker to execute remote code on the victim’s system without triggering any security warning. To successfully exploit this vulnerability, the attacker tricks a victim to perform operations like opening a crafted document. […]

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Citrix announces the release of patches for fixing a set of 11 critical flaws found in three of its networking products: Citrix ADC,  Citrix Gateway, and Citrix SD-WAN WANOP appliance models 4000-WO, 4100-WO, 5000-WO, and 5100-WO. As per the Citrix sources, the vulnerabilities don’t have any trace of active exploitation, and 5 out of the […]

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The term data breach refers to any misfortunate event where confidential information is exposed to unauthorized users. Such incidents not only cause life-damaging fines but also destroys an organization’s hard-earned reputation and trust. The digital landscape allows information to be scattered all over the place. Attackers are finding every way to access such information. The […]

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