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It’s a scenario right out of a Hollywood blockbuster. Without a word of warning, medical devices regulating everything from heartbeat to insulin levels across a hospital system begin behaving erratically – creating mass confusion and a potential life-and-death emergency for hundreds of patients. Far-fetched? Perhaps. But far from impossible. The fact that no one has […]

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Vulnerabilities in Dell and HP laptops could allow an attacker to access information and gain kernel privileges via the devices’ Direct Memory Access (DMA) capability. DMA is a processing-efficiency approach for peripherals (such as PCI cards or network interface cards) that, as the name suggests, offers direct high-speed access to a system’s memory. “For example, […]

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The research team from Cisco Talos has spotted four exploitable vulnerabilities in AMD ATIDXX64.DLL driver that can affect VMware Workstation running on Windows, according to recent Talos Vulnerability reports. The security issues, tracked as CVE-2019-5124, CVE-2019-5146, CVE-2019-5147 and CVE-2019-5183, were tested on Radeon RX 550 / 550 Series VMware Workstation 15 (15.5.0 build-14665864) with Windows […]

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