[SecurityWeek] Many Healthcare, OT Systems Exposed to Attacks by NUCLEUS:13 Vulnerabilities

A series of 13 vulnerabilities identified in the Nucleus TCP/IP stack could be exploited to execute code remotely, cause a denial of service condition, or to obtain sensitive information, enterprise device security firm Forescout warns.

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[ThreatPost] Rooting Malware Is Back for Mobile. Here’s What to Look Out For.

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