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Referred to as #AttachMe and mentioned in Oracle’s July 2022 Critical Patch Update, the vulnerability could have exposed sensitive data to attackers knowing the victim’s Oracle Cloud Identifier (OCID). “OCI customers could have been targeted by an attacker with knowledge of #AttachMe. Any unattached storage volume, or attached storage volumes allowing multi-attachment, could have been […]

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The vulnerability in question is CVE-2007-4559, initially described as a directory traversal vulnerability in Python’s ‘tarfile’ module that could allow an attacker to remotely overwrite arbitrary files by convincing users to process specially crafted tar archives. The flaw was never properly patched and instead users were warned not to open archive files from untrusted sources. […]

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The hard truth is that every industry is vulnerable to cyberattacks and every industry has its own set of vulnerabilities. For some it could be a lack of resources; industries like education and government agencies simply don’t have the funding to support a holistic and robust cybersecurity program. For others, it could be a matter […]

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