Meltdown & Spectre Vulnerabilities | SAT News
A flaw dubbed Meltdown was discovered within speculative execution in Intel CPUs. This flaw potentially allows a user-level application to perform speculative execution of kernel-level memory.
Critical Vulnerability Exposes Drupal Websites | SAT News
While analyzing the security of Drupal, security researcher Jasper Mattsson discovered a remote code execution vulnerability that impacts all versions of the open source content management system.
Cryptocurrency Miner Attempts to Infect Over 500,000 PCs | SAT News
On March 6, 2018, Microsoft encountered a rapidly spreading cryptocurrency-mining malware that attempted to infect over 500,000 computers within 12 hours.
macOS 0-Day Kernel Flaw | SAT News
A security researcher has disclosed an unpatched security vulnerability in Apple's macOS operating system that can be exploited to take full control of a system.
Cisco VPN & WannaMine Vulnerabilities | SAT News
Jordan Gammey, Security Analyst for Nuspire Networks, discusses two recent vulnerabilities: one in the SSL VPN function of Cisco IOS devices, and a new malware that currently represents the largest cryptocurrency botnet...
Cisco ASA SSL VPN Vulnerability | SAT News
Cisco has released patches for platforms running their ASA software to address a severe SSL VPN vulnerability.
FortiClient Exposes VPN Credentials | SAT News
A security flaw in Fortinet's antivirus product has been discovered affecting both home and enterprise level clients.
1.4 Billion Plain-Text Passwords Leaked on Dark Web | SAT News
Security researchers have discovered a database on the dark web that contains 1. 4 billion usernames and passwords in clear text.
Keylogger Found in Driver Software for HP/Compaq/Windows Notebook Computers
A security researcher uncovered a keystroke logger within the internals of a driver for a touchpad typically used on HP notebook computers, one in which could be turned on with...