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Network engineer Jose Arellano concedes that “the hardest part of my day” is keeping the network safe for 12,700 students, 1,900 staff and more than 10,000 connected devices at West Aurora School District 129 in Illinois. The two-person security team once focused primarily on getting the network running as securely and efficiently as possible for […]

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Dubbed QSnatch, the malware was first observed last year, and QNAP in November issued a security advisory to alert users of the risks associated with it and to provide recommendations on how they can remain protected. At the time, the company revealed that QSnatch was designed to harvest confidential information from the compromised devices, including […]

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The vulnerability, identified as CVE-2020-3452, impacts the web services interface of Cisco’s Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) software and Firepower Threat Defense (FTD) software, which run on the company’s firewalls. According to the networking giant, an attacker can exploit the vulnerability without authentication by sending an HTTP request with directory traversal character sequences to the targeted […]

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