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A VPN vulnerability that provided both initial access to a victim’s computer and privilege escalation once access was granted has been disclosed. The vulnerability in the Aviatrix VPN client, used by large organizations such as NASA and Shell, has been patched in all versions and is available for download. Immersive Labs researcher and content engineer […]

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Tracked as CVE-2019-11932, the security flaw exists in the open source library named libpl_droidsonroids_gif.so, which is part of the android-gif-drawable package and is used by numerous Android applications when processing GIF files. WhatsApp for Android was one of the impacted applications and Facebook patched it recently with the release of version 2.19.244. However, many other […]

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Hackers have once again successfully compromised the website of Chinese phone manufacturer OnePlus. Back in January 2018 it was revealed that the credit card details of some 40,000 people using the OnePlus website had been stolen by hackers. On that occasion the attackers managed to inject a malicious script into an payment webpage that skimmed […]

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