Insights into Malicious Traffic 5.1 Vulnerability Exploitation Here we classify vulnerabilities into server vulnerabilities desktop application vulnerabilities device vulnerabilities
Vulnerability Description On November 18, local time, Apache Software Foundation (ASF) released an official security bulletin to reveal a remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2019-12409) in Apache Solr. This vulnerability exists and can bring security risks because the configuration item ENABLE_REMOTE_JMX_OPTS in the configuration file solr.in.sh is enabled by default. If you use the default configuration […]
Overview Recently, a security researcher announced a remote code execution vulnerability in Apache Flink Dashboard. The vulnerability does not require an attacker to authenticate, and a malicious Jar package can be uploaded via the dashboard to execute the code remotely. NSFOCUS researchers also made a successful re-enactment through research, confirming that they can attack the […]
Vulnerability Description In September 2019, Apache officially released a vulnerability topic “RememberMe Padding Oracle Vulnerability” numbered SHIRO-721. The issue pointed out that because the RememberMe field of the Apache Shiro cookie is encrypted by the AES-128-CBC mode, Shiro is vulnerable to Padding Oracle attacks. An attacker can use the Legal RememberMe cookie as the Padding […]
Overview Among the vulnerabilities that Microsoft has updated in this month, there are 13 critical ones which exist in products like Hyper-V, VBScript, Exchange, and Scripting Engine.
Top 10 countries in attack counts: The above diagram shows the top 10 regions with the most malicious IP addresses from the NSFOCUS IP Reputation databases at November 24, 2019. Top 10 countries in attack percentage: The Laos is in first place. The Uzbekistan is in the second place. The country China (CN) […]
4.2 Significant Increase in Device Vulnerabilities In the past few years, vulnerabilities associated with network devices have grown rapidly. This is because more network enabled devices of more diverse types are connecting to the network. The threat increases as device vendors do not take security seriously and are remiss in providing timely firmware updates. Thus, […]
Overview On November 12, local time, Adobe officially released the November security update, which fixes multiple vulnerabilities in Adobe’s various products, including Adobe Bridge CC, Adobe Media Encoder, Adobe Illustrator CC, and Adobe Animate CC.
Vulnerability Description On November 5, local time, Squid officially released a security bulletin to fix multiple vulnerabilities, including a high-risk buffer overflow vulnerability that could lead to code execution (CVE-2019-12526), an information disclosure vulnerability (CVE-2019-18679) And HTTP request splitting problem (CVE-2019-18678).
With the advancement of IT-based transformation and the rapid development of IT, various network technologies have seen more extensive and profound applications, along with which come a multitude of cyber security issues. Come to find out what information security issues you should beware of in the workplace.