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OpenSSL vulnerabilities are sticking around for a while. In fact, recently two new ones were announced: One allows criminals to run an arbitrary code on a vulnerable computer/device, and the other allows man-in-the-middle attacks. A more famous openSSL vulnerability that made headlines earlier this year is the Heartbleed bug.Might cybersecurity…

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A fix for a vulnerability in the nmbd NetBIOS name services daemon that would allow an attacker to execute arbitrary code remotely, has been made available for all versions of Samba 4.x.x.The glitch consisted in the fact that a potential intruder could send malicious packets that would overwrite the heap of the targeted nmbd NetBIOS […]

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A remote attacker could log into certain NETGEAR switches and execute arbitrary code because of hardcoded credentials installed within thefirmware used on the devices, CERT/CC reported last week.

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