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Joomla 3.8 brings more than 300 improvements to the popular content management system (CMS) and patches two vulnerabilities, including one that can be exploited to obtain administrator credentials. Researchers at RIPS Technologies discovered that Joomla versions between 1.5 and 3.7.5 are affected by a potentially serious vulnerability when using Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) authentication. […]

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Fifty-nine percent of respondents to a Bitglass survey at Black Hat USA 2017 identified phishing as the best data exfiltration strategy, as human error and ignorance will always be exploitable. Understandably, and in line with recent cyberattacks, malware and ransomware ranked second, at nearly 27 percent. “Phishing and malware are threats made all the more […]

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A vulnerability found in Apache HTTP Server (httpd) can cause certain systems to leak potentially sensitive data in response to HTTP OPTIONS requests, a researcher warned. The flaw was discovered by freelance journalist and security researcher Hanno Böck, who has dubbed it “Optionsbleed.” Despite having a fancy name that is similar to the critical vulnerability […]

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DigitalOcean is warning customers that some 1-Click applications running MySQL have an account with the same default password across all instances, and the company says the issue affects other cloud providers as well. DigitalOcean customers reported on social media that they received an email recommending that they run a script to determine if their Droplets […]

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