[SecurityWeek] Google Patches Vulnerability in Cloud Endpoints Proxy

A researcher has disclosed the details of a privilege escalation vulnerability he discovered in a Google Cloud component. The flaw was patched by Google in late August, but some users will need to manually update their systems to prevent potential exploitation.

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[SecurityWeek] Identity-Based Access Provider Elisity Raises $26 Million

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Identity management provider Elisity on Tuesday announced that it secured $26 million in Series A funding, bringing the total raised by the company to $33.5 million. The new funding round was co-led by Two Bear Capital and AllegisCyber Capital, with participation from previous investor Atlantic Bridge. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[TheRecord] Microsoft fixes OMIGOD bugs in secret Azure app

As part of its monthly Patch Tuesday security updates, Microsoft has patched a collection of four vulnerabilities in OMI, a mostly unknown application that the company has been silently installing on most Linux-based Azure virtual machines and related systems. Called Open Management Infrastructure (OMI), the app is the Linux equivalent of Microsoft’s Windows Management Infrastructure […]

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[SANS ISC] New Tool to Add to Your LOLBAS List: cvtres.exe , (Fri, Oct 1st)

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LOLBAS (“Living Off the Land Binaries And Scripts”) is a list of tools[1] that are present on any Windows system because they are provided by Microsoft as useful tools to perform system maintenance, updates, etc. This list is maintained and upgraded regularly. This is a good starting point when you need to investigate suspicious processes […]

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