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High severity bug found in OpenSSL raises fears of another Heartbleed

A 'HIGH SEVERITY' BUG is currently unpatched in OpenSSL, the open source software used to encrypt internet communications, and a new version is due to be released on 9 July. OpenSSL is a cryptographic software library used by open source web servers...
by MondoUnix on Jul 9, 2015

Shellshock : Software Bugs- Deadly attacks on Web

Shellshock is one of the most recently discovered set from family of Security Bugs, that is indeed termed as one of the most widely used...
by Website Design Development on Oct 20, 2014

5 Benefits of Using a Third-Party Code Analysis Tool to Boost Application Security

Is there a need to use third party code analysis tools in ensuring the security of an application? Isn’t the review conducted by the developers themselves enough? Some may think of third party code analysis tools as useless or just an unnecessary e...
by TechSling on Sep 30, 2014

Nuevo Heartbleed: vulnerabilidad en Bash detectada (CVE-2014-6271, #Shellshock)

Red Hat ha anunciado el descubrimiento de una nueva vulnerabilidad en bash que puede ser explotada por un atacante para establecer variables del entorno de forma remota e incluso ejecutar comandos de shell en un sistema Unix based/like, (ya que...
by Xenode Systems Blog on Sep 25, 2014

Nuevo Heartbleed: vulnerabilidad en Bash detectada (CVE-2014-6271, #Shellshock)

Red Hat ha anunciado el descubrimiento de una nueva vulnerabilidad en bash que puede ser explotada por un atacante para establecer variables del entorno de forma remota e incluso ejecutar comandos de shell en un sistema Unix based/like, (ya que...
by Xenode Systems Blog on Sep 25, 2014

Heartbleed Detector 1.0 APK

Heartbleed Detector is new Android app can be used to protect your Android Device from the heart-bleed OpenSSL Bug. Heartbleed is a software flaw in the OpenSSL “Heartbeat” function that helps keep secure connections alive. This function was fou...
by Apss Free on Sep 20, 2014

US hospital hack ‘exploited Heartbleed flaw’

The theft of personal data belonging to about 4.5 million healthcare patients earlier this year was made possible because of the Heartbleed bug, according to a leading security expert. Community Health Systems - the US's second largest profit-making...
by MondoUnix on Aug 20, 2014

Heartbleed flaw still a threat to more than 300,000 servers

More than 300,000 web servers remain at risk from the Heartbleed OpenSSL flaw, two and a half months since it was first uncovered. Security researchers at Errata Security said that by running a simple scan of servers it found only 9,000 had been patc...
by MondoUnix on Jun 25, 2014

Heartbleed, Phishing und Co. – Die Gefahren im Netz

145 Millionen geklaute Kundenpasswörter! Diese Schreckensmeldung gestand eBay vor wenigen Tagen. Auch die Telekom schlug ähnlichen Alarm: Im Anhang gefälschter Mails verschickten Betrüger einen gefährlichen Virus an unzählige User. Dass selbst...
by gservon.de - Blog on Jun 9, 2014

Heartbleed, Phishing und Co. – Die Gefahren im Netz

145 Millionen geklaute Kundenpasswörter! Diese Schreckensmeldung gestand eBay vor wenigen Tagen. Auch die Telekom schlug ähnlichen Alarm: Im Anhang gefälschter Mails verschickten Betrüger einen gefährlichen Virus an unzählige User. Dass selbst...
by gservon.de - Blog on Jun 9, 2014

Heartbleed, Phishing und Co. – Die Gefahren im Netz

145 Millionen geklaute Kundenpasswörter! Diese Schreckensmeldung gestand eBay vor wenigen Tagen. Auch die Telekom schlug ähnlichen Alarm: Im Anhang gefälschter Mails verschickten Betrüger einen gefährlichen Virus an unzählige User. Dass selbst...
by gservon.de - Blog on Jun 9, 2014

Heartbleed, Phishing und Co. – Die Gefahren im Netz

Heartbleed, Phishing und Co. – Die Gefahren im Netz 145 Millionen geklaute Kundenpasswörter! Diese Schreckensmeldung gestand eBay vor wenigen Tagen. Auch die Telekom schlug ähnlichen Alarm: Im Anhang gefälschter Mails verschickten Betrüger...
by gservon.de - Blog on Jun 9, 2014

Should Heartbeat be Removed to Aid in Detection of Vulnerable Services?

Despite the fact that the breaking news of the Heartbleed vulnerability is a month old, this doesn't imply that this "bug" has been squashed. There still stay something like 318,000 servers that are helpless against this OpenSSL bug, as per secu...

Huawei Ascend G510 Firmwareupdate beseitigt Heartbleed Lücke

Huawei hat für sein Ascend G510 eine neue Firmware veröffentlicht. Dieses Update beseitigt nach Angaben des chinesischen Herstellers die Lücke der OpenSSL Heartbeat Erweiterung. Die Firmware für das G510-0200 trägt die Version V100R001C00B200...
by Huawei News on May 19, 2014

BlackBerry Squashes Final Heartbleed Vulnerabilities

The majority of BlackBerry’s critical infrastructure and all of the BlackBerry devices were thankfully spared from the annoying Heartbleed bug. I told you earlier that the latest BlackBerry Link updatelatest BlackBerry Link update was released...
by Top Blackberry News on May 14, 2014

BlackBerry Fixes Heartbleed Bug in Latest BlackBerry Link Update

I was waiting for one of my contacts to get back to me about this BlackBerry Link update for Mac and Windows before mentioning it. I confirmed that this latest BlackBerry Link update is set to address a very unlikely but possible exploit of BlackBerr...
by Top Blackberry News on May 13, 2014

The HeartBleed Bug: Could It Affect Your Web Content?

Are you worried that a major security threat could affect your online business? If you have been following the most recent news during the past few weeks, you have legitimate reasons to be concerned. The Heartbleed bug is a massive risk factor that p...
by SiteProNews on May 13, 2014

318,000-Plus Servers Still Vulnerable to Heartbleed Bug

by SiteProNews on May 12, 2014

Google and the Quest for Universal Site Encryption

Google’s next move could literally make the web a safer place. If the rumors are true, the web might just become a whole lot more secure. The all-mighty search engine expressed some powerful sentiments last month that could make it volumes more...
by SiteProNews on May 5, 2014

Heartbleed OpenSSL Information Leak Proof Of Concept

  struct sockaddr_in sa; connection *c; memset((char *)&sa,0,sizeof(sa)); c = malloc(sizeof(connection)); if ((host = gethostbyname(server)) == NULL) { perror("gethostbyname"); exit(1); } sd = socket(AF_INET, SOCK_DGRAM, IPPROTO_UDP)...
by MondoUnix on May 3, 2014


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