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[SecurityWeek] Russia-Linked SolarWinds Hackers Continue Launching Supply Chain Attacks

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The Russia-linked cyberespionage group that hacked IT management solutions provider SolarWinds continues to launch supply chain attacks, Microsoft warned on Monday. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[SANS ISC] Looking Glasses: Debugging Network Connectivity Issues, (Tue, Oct 5th)

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Yesterday’s Facebook outage showed yet again the fragility of the Internet’s routing infrastructure. A lot has been written about various deficiencies of BGP, the Border Gateway Protocol. But all too often, the problem isn’t the protocol but the people (or scripts) administering the routers. Our ISC website did suffer a couple of outages last year […]

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[HackerNews] 10 Critical Flaws Found in CODESYS Industrial Automation Software

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Cybersecurity researchers on Thursday disclosed as many as ten critical vulnerabilities impacting CODESYS automation software that could be exploited to remote code execution on programmable logic controllers (PLCs). “To exploit the vulnerabilities, an attacker does not need a username or password; having network access to the industrial controller is enough,” researchers from Positive Source: Read […]

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