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EternalBlue, the exploit publicly leaked three years ago next month, continues to threaten unpatched Windows servers connected to the Internet, with more than 100 different sources using it to attack systems on a daily basis, according to a new report by cybersecurity firm Rapid7. Internet-connected servers vulnerable to EternalBlue have steeply declined since the WannaCry […]

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It’s an ongoing challenge for security practitioners: You want to keep all systems up-to-date and secure, but limited resources, legacy systems, and slow patching processes hold you back. To aid in patch management strategy, researchers with Verint’s Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Group analyzed the top 20 vulnerabilities currently exploited by global attack groups. Forty-five percent […]

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Last week, researchers disclosed vulnerabilities in a large number of encrypted e-mail clients: specifically, those that use OpenPGP and S/MIME, including Thunderbird and AppleMail. These are serious vulnerabilities: An attacker who can alter mail sent to a vulnerable client can trick that client into sending a copy of the plaintext to a web server controlled […]

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