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COVID-19 vaccines have been rolling out for a few months now, but the nature of the pandemic and the number of people impacted by it mean that demand for these vaccines is enormous. And those of us in the security field know that any time you see high demand for a scarce resource, attackers are […]

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A “cybersecurity enthusiast” that goes by VectorSEC on Twitter has published AutoSploit, a Python-based tool that takes advantage of Shodan and Metasploit modules to automate the mass exploitation of remote hosts. Read More

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Google employees have identified a total of seven vulnerabilities, including ones that allow remote code execution, in the Dnsmasq network services software. Written and maintained by Simon Kelley, Dnsmasq is a lightweight tool designed to provide DNS, DHCP, router advertisement and network boot services for small networks. Dnsmasq is used by Linux distributions, routers, smartphones […]

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