Amer Owaida, Security Writer at ESET discusses the patch for the critical flaw that allows malware to spread across machines without any user interaction was released months ago still has thousands of machines vulnerable
ESET, will highlight its latest research during Black Hat USA 2020. ESET researchers Robert Lipovský, Štefan Svorenčík and Vladislav Hrčka will present this today, on “KrØØk: Serious Vulnerability Affected Encryption of Billion+ Wi-Fi Devices” and “Stantinko Deobfuscation Arsenal.”
ESET researchers have recently discovered and analyzed a 0-day exploit deployed in a highly targeted attack in Eastern Europe. The exploit used a local privilege escalation vulnerability in Microsoft Windows. ESET immediately reported the issue to the Microsoft Security Response Center,
Dubai based leading VAD, ComGuard today announced the availability of a patch from BlueCat Networks for its appliance-based DNS and DHCP software solutions that addresses the latest DHCP vulnerability publicised by the Internet Systems Consortium (ISC). BlueCat Networks discovered the vulnerability and was prepared to immediately provide patches to its customers on the same day as the ISC’s public release. Working with a client, BlueCat Networks was instrumental in identifying and reporting the vulnerability (CVE-2011-4539) to the ISC.