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[TheRecord] ‘Demon’s Cries’ authentication bypass patched in Netgear switches

Networking equipment vendor Netgear has patched three vulnerabilities in several of its smart switches that can allow threat actors to bypass authentication and take over devices. Codenamed Demon’s Cries, Draconian Fear, and Seventh Inferno, the vulnerabilities were discovered and reported to Netgear by a Polish security researcher going by the pseudonym of Gynvael Coldwind. Netgear released patches last week on […]

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[SecurityWeek] Tulsa Computer System Hacks Stopped by Security Shutdown

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Most residents of Tulsa are being prevented from paying their water bills after the city shut down its computer network as a security measure following an attempted ransomware attack, a city official said Friday. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[ThreatPost] Kaseya Patches Zero-Days Used in REvil Attacks

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The security update addresses three VSA vulnerabilities used by the ransomware gang to launch a worldwide supply-chain attack on MSPs and their customers. Source: Read More (Threatpost)

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