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A VPN vulnerability that provided both initial access to a victim’s computer and privilege escalation once access was granted has been disclosed. The vulnerability in the Aviatrix VPN client, used by large organizations such as NASA and Shell, has been patched in all versions and is available for download. Immersive Labs researcher and content engineer […]

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Security researchers have uncovered a vulnerability in Android smartphones that could allow an attacker to secretly take photos and record videos without any permissions being granted. And the exploit works even if the phone is locked or the screen turned off, or even during an actual call – all without the knowledge of the user, […]

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Despite the Microsoft-issued patch for BlueKeep, attackers are still exploiting the infamous vulnerability, underlining a problem with the way patches are applied in organizations and by individual users. The SANS Institute observed exploitation of BlueKeep vulnerability in real time for a few months. The researchers use a tool named Shodan to monitor honeypots intentionally exposed […]

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