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Sabotaging corporate security initiatives Whether accidental or intentional, an employee’s online activities can make or break a company’s cybersecurity strategy. Take password usage as one example. Employees create passwords they can easily remember, but this usually results in weak security that hackers can bypass with brute force attacks. Similarly, individuals who use the same password […]

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FreeRADIUS, the popular open source RADIUS server, today published updates that include fixes for a number of security issues uncovered by a custom fuzzer built by Dutch researcher Guido Vranken. Vranken used a custom version of libFuzzer to find a handful of serious bugs in OpenVPN that were ultimately patched in late June.

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OpenVPN has this week patched four vulnerabilities, including a critical remote code execution bug, a little more than a month after the results of two security audits of the open source VPN software were published. The patches were released after private disclosures in May and June by researcher Guido Vranken of the Netherlands.

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