Day: September 18, 2022

Phosphorus and EverSec Group collaboration expands xIoT security throughout the US

Phosphorus has joined forces with EverSec Group. The cybersecurity solutions provider and security advisor to many of the world’s largest brand names will act as a value-added reseller (VAR) for Phosphorus in the U.S. market. The new partnership will see the two companies jointly delivering a new generation of xIoT security solutions in the U.S. …

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ExecRemoteAssembly: Execute Remote Assembly with argument passing and with AMSI and ETW patching – i.e. designed to download and run payloads whilst disabling various detections – detection of the execution cradle itself is the best but potentially high false positive strategy

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Ravin AI joins Guidewire PartnerConnect as a Solution partner

Ravin’s automated vehicle inspection tool enables non-professionals, like insurance customers, to capture the condition of a vehicle accurately. It leverages advanced computer vision and deep learning to analyze car damage and generate a 360-degree condition report or repair estimate. When completed, Ravin’s Ready for Guidewire integration will enable Guidewire users to access its vehicle inspection …

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Akeyless Empowers Enterprise Code Security with Comprehensive Secrets Management

Today’s enterprise IT infrastructures are built for speed and scalability, conditions that make Akeyless’s secrets management solution all the more useful. Companies like Cimpress, Stash, and Constant Contact have turned to Akeyless for help with secrets management, which makes sense given the way today’s operations, development, and security teams operate.  Considering the competitive business landscape, …

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Review – Public ICS Disclosures – Week of 9-10-22 – Part 2

For Part 2 we have fifteen vendor updates from HPE, Schneider (12), and Siemens (2). We also have a researcher report of vulnerabilities in products from ETAP. Finally, we have an exploit reported for products from Palo Alto Networks. HPE Update – HPE published an update for their HPE Integrated Lights-Out 5 advisory that was …

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The trouble with 2fa

I use a lot of online services on a lot of different PCs and smartphones. Every day, I would get a handful of two-factor authentication (2FA) text messages from Google, Microsoft, WordPress, etc., etc. And, while I know that this kind of 2FA isn’t security theater, I also know it’s not really secure either. Yes, …

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Welcome to GA Week

Cloudflare ships a lot of products. Some of those products are shipped as beta, sometimes open, sometimes closed, and our huge customer base gives those betas an incredible workout. Making products work at scale, and in the heterogeneous environment of the real Internet is a challenge. We’re lucky to have so many enthusiastic customers ready …

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In Full Growth Mode, ERI Looks to Expand Sales Team in Q4

[ This article was originally published here ] FRESNO, Calif.–()–, the nation’s largest fully integrated IT and electronics asset disposition provider and cybersecurity-focused hardware destruction company, announced today that due to steadily continued growth, it is looking to expand its nationwide sales and marketing team with an open call to sales professionals. It has immediate …

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How to Prepare for the Future of Vulnerability Management

By Lisa Xu [Lisa Xu is CEO of the risk-based vulnerability management platform ] To better understand how organizations approach vulnerability management, oversee their attack surface, and control risk, NopSec surveyed 426 security professionals with questions designed to illuminate and quantify their day-to-day challenges, frustrations, and priorities. From the results of this survey, security and …

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Relaying YubiKeys

We are not relaying actual physical YubiKeys, we are relaying the APDU packets that the server application wants to get signed by a private key to verify the identity of the authentication so this attack works on all PIV Smart Cards but a YubiKey was used during the testing so therefore the title. Isolated networks …

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Hacker Accessed LastPass Internal System for Four Days

Cybercrime , Cybercrime as-a-service , Fraud Management & Cybercrime Company’s Source Code, Proprietary Data Stolen in August Breach Prajeet Nair (@prajeetspeaks) • September 17, 2022     Password manager LastPass says the attackers behind the August security incident had access to its systems for four days. See Also: C-Suite Round-up: Connecting the Dots Between OT …

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Ransomware-as-a-Service Gang LockBit Pays First $50K Bounty

Cybercrime , Cybercrime as-a-service , Fraud Management & Cybercrime Group Thanked FBI Agent for Insider Information About Weaknesses Prajeet Nair (@prajeetspeaks) • September 18, 2022     The LockBit ransomware-as-a-service group has paid the first payment of $50,000 as part of their bug bounty program for researchers willing to aid in cybercriminality. See Also: C-Suite …

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Netgear Routers impacted by FunJSQ Game Acceleration Module flaw

Multiple Netgear router models are impacted by an arbitrary code execution via FunJSQ, which is a third-party module for online game acceleration. Researchers at security and compliance assessment firm Onekey warns of an arbitrary code execution via FunJSQ, which is a third-party module developed by Xiamen Xunwang Network Technology for online game acceleration, that impacts …

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Poor Identity Management Amplifies Ransomware

By David Mahdi, Chief Strategy Officer and CISO Advisor, Sectigo While ransomware is malware, security leaders must go beyond legacy anti-malware approaches to mitigate risk. Ransomware is a data-centric threat; that is, ransomware preys on corporate data. Cunning and successful ransomware attacks hijack user access with an aim to encrypt sensitive files, stealing data. So, …

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Uber says there is no evidence that users’ private information was compromised

Uber hack update: There is no evidence that users’ private information was compromised in the data breach. Uber provided an update regarding the recent security breach of its internal computer systems, the company confirmed that there is no evidence that intruders had access to users’ private information. “We have no evidence that the incident involved …

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Stealing Access Tokens From Office Desktop Applications

Dumping tokens from Microsoft Office desktop applications’ memory Introduction While I was reading the recent article about how Microsoft Teams stores access tokens in plaintext, I asked myself if this issue extended to other Office applications. I knew that this should be somehow possible because Office applications are generally connected to a Microsoft account. Searching …

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Anonymously bruteforce Active Directory usernames from Domain Controllers by abusing LDAP Ping requests (cLDAP)

LDAP Nom Nom Anonymously bruteforce Active Directory usernames from Domain Controllers by abusing LDAP Ping requests (cLDAP) Autodetects DCs on domain joined machines. A bit moot, as you can just dump usernames with authenticated LDAP, but included for completeness Reads usernames to test from stdin or file Outputs to stdin or file Parallelized, defaults to …

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