CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Cisco ASA VPN Bug: A must-read story from techrepublic.com reflects Hackers are now attacking Cisco ASA VPN bug. Cisco researchers are now aware of attempts to exploit vulnerabilities in their security appliances. According to Cisco, a major weakness affecting Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance is now hacked. Companies using Cisco Adaptive Security
Day: February 10, 2018
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on internet shutdown Securityweek.com shares a surprising that South Korea investigated a mysterious internet shutdown at the opening ceremony of the Olympic Winter Games on Saturday, warning of possible cyberattacks during Pyeongchang games. The internal Internet and WiFi systems crashed around 7:15 pm GMT (1015 GMT) on Friday night and have not returned
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on UDPoS This story from darkreading.com believes a surprising new POS malware called UDPoS that disguises as LogMeIn service pack. Forcepoint researchers have discovered a new type of point-of-sale (POS) malware disguised as a LogMeIn service pack designed to steal data from a magnetic stripe on the back of a payment card.
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on NETGEAR Routers: I couldn’t believe this story from securityaffairs.co reveals that Martin Rakhmanov, a security researcher from Trustwave, conducted a one-year study of the firmware running on Netgear routers and discovered vulnerabilities in dozens of models. Netgear just released a number of security updates that address vulnerabilities in dozens of models. Security
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on WiFi Vulnerability: Threatpost.com talks about things we don’t talk about but Lenovo warned customers on Friday that two key Broadcom vulnerabilities affected 25 models of its popular ThinkPad brand. The vulnerabilities were first disclosed in September and initially were reported only for specific Broadcom chipsets used in the Apple iPhone,
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Cloud Service Providers: This story from securityweek.com covers the truth about Cloud Access Security Agents (CASBs) provide visibility into leading cloud service providers and most AV engines failed to detect new variants of Ransomware on the cloud. Some CASBs provide malware protection. Some clouds provide malware protection. Bitglass analyzes the power