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[SecurityWeek] OpenSSL Vulnerability Can Be Exploited to Change Application Data

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The OpenSSL Project on Tuesday announced the availability of OpenSSL 1.1.1l, which patches a high-severity vulnerability that could allow an attacker to change an application’s behavior or cause the app to crash. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[ZDNet] Open source: Google is going to pay developers to make projects more secure

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Developers offered rewards for hardening open-source software projects against supply chain risks. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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[SANS ISC] STRRAT: a Java-based RAT that doesn’t care if you have Java, (Wed, Sep 1st)

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Introduction STRRAT was discovered earlier this year as a Java-based Remote Access Tool (RAT) that does not require a preinstalled Java Runtime Environment (JRE).  It has been distributed through malicious spam (malspam) during 2021.  Today’s diary reviews an infection generated using an Excel spreadsheet discovered on Monday, 2021-08-30. During this infection, STRRAT was installed with […]

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