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The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has added a vulnerability to its catalog of know exploited vulnerabilities, based on evidence of active exploitation. This means that Federal Civilian Executive Branch (FCEB) agencies need to remediate this vulnerability by September 6, 2023 to protect their networks against this active threat. We urge everyone else to […]

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The implementation of the SMB network file sharing protocol in Windows has a serious vulnerability that could allow hackers to, at the very least, remotely crash systems. The unpatched vulnerability was publicly disclosed Thursday by an independent security researcher named Laurent Gaffié, who claims that Microsoft has delayed releasing a patch for the flaw for […]

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A group of researchers from MIT and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne have come up with a new anonymity system that is both bandwidth and computation efficient, as well as less susceptible to traffic analysis attacks than Tor, the currently most widely used anonymity network. It’s called Riffle, and for the moment, […]

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