New on stage – NRPE 2.15 – Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

For those of you that use Nagios and NRPE plugins, this is going to be very interesting.

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Windows Security Update Causing System Crash

A recent security bulletin released by Microsoft as part of the August 2014 Patch Tuesday can lead to a crash on some systems, the company said in a knowledge base article.

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Microsoft responds to Windows XP Update hacks

As I’ve wrote yesterday, there a hack available for still existing Windows XP users with which they can receive security update’s from Microsoft Update Service for another 5 years.

As expected, Microsoft’s response was somewhat foreseeable.

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New Web Vulnerabilities Expose eBay User Data Again

ebayInternet giant eBay is hit with fresh revelations over preventable flaws in its website.

Security researchers have warned that eBay user accounts could still be at risk, just days after the firm was forced to admit a major data breach, after spotting new critical web vulnerabilities.

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DefCamp 2014

DefCamp 2014

You’ve probably heard it by now, but this is the moment everyone’s waiting for! 🙂

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Stanford team turns Wi-Fi crowding into an advantage

Wi-Fi networks are everywhere, in particular apartment complexes or college dorms, where more often than not every resident runs a personal Wi-Fi network. That Radio Frequency (RF) density has a huge impact on how well each Wi-Fi connection (network Wi-Fi device to Wi-Fi client) performs. Interference and congested channels often lead to severely degraded performance.

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New on stage – W32/Necurs.TUW!tr