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Notification: New Vulnerability in FreeBSD – September 17, 2014

Cyber security news 2014: Denial of service in FreeBSD

Revealed the vulnerability in all supported branches of FreeBSD

The flaw allows an attacker to reset the TCP connection by sending a specially designed package. 178 more words

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Notifications: New Vulnerabilities in NetBSD September 12, 2014

Cyber Security Notifications: New Vulnerabilities of September 2014

Security vulnerabilities related to Netbsd : Descriptions of vulnerabilities related to products of this vendor of September 12, 2014. 465 more words

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Microsoft Vulnerabilities - new notifications September 10, 2014

Cyber Security Notifications: New Vulnerabilities of September 2014

New Microsoft vulnerabilities of September 10, 2014

  • Denial of service in the Microsoft Lync Server
  • Privilege escalation in the Microsoft Windows Task Manager…
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More on WordPress xmlrpc denial of service attacks

The attacks on WordPress using xmlrpc.php service are rather common. I already mentioned that you could filter out unwanted user-agents using the redirect capability of Apache. 274 more words


Denial of Service Attacks on the Rise

These days, you don’t have to be a an evil genius of a hacker to bring down a website. In fact, the recent cyber-attack on Sony’s Playstation Network is a good example of this. 200 more words


Mapping the World's Cyber-Attacks

Today, I have come across a very interesting website. The site, called the Digital Attack Map, maps distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks worldwide. It offers a visual representation of the world’s top 2% of cyber attacks, tracking the country of origin, the target country, the type of attack, and many other features of these attacks. 167 more words