Dangerous Domain Up For Sale

A dangerous domain – corp.com – is being sold after 26 years of ownership. This domain would allow whoever wields it to have access to an unending stream of passwords, email and other data belonging to systems at hundreds of thousands of major companies worldwide. The current domain owner, Mike O’Connor, hopes that it will…

Windows Remote Desktop Gateway vulnerability

A vulnerability has recently been discovered in Windows Remote Desktop Gateway, which could leave you open to attacks. The vulnerability requires no user interaction and is pre-authentication. The attacker would be able to execute arbitrary code on your system. This means the attacker could install programs; view, change or delete data; or create new accounts…

VPN Vulnerability Could Put You At Risk

A security flaw has been found in Linux, Android, macOS and other Unix-based operating systems that would allow hackers to probe devices and discover details about your VPN (Virtual Private Network) connection status. Attacks could be carried out from a router, or by an attacker present on the same network. The vulnerability would allow attackers…

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Vulnerability in exposed ports in older Windows OS

A vulnerability has been found existing in unpatched versions of Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Microsoft recently issued the first patch for Windows XP in May 2019, years after the last patch was released. Attackers are searching for vulnerable unpatched Windows systems that…

High-severity vulnerability found in Chrome

Over the weekend Google announced a high-severity bug in its Chrome browser that is already actively being used to hijack computers. We have already updated every customer machine that has been turned on this morning and have notified customers that they need to manually restart their browser to update Chrome. To get the latest version…