Enterprise Blockchain Security 2020-2
This chapter describes the characteristics, usage scenarios, and architecture of enterprise blockchains, and illustrates three major enterprise blockchain systems in three separate sections.
Overview Microsoft released January 2021 security updates on Tuesday which fix 83 vulnerabilities ranging from simple spoofing attacks to remote code execution in various products, including .NET Repository, ASP.NET core & .NET core, Azure Active Directory Pod Identity, Microsoft Bluetooth Driver, Microsoft DTV-DVD Video Decoder, Microsoft Edge (HTML-based), Microsoft Graphics Component, Microsoft Malware Protection Engine, […]
Overview On January 20, 2021, NSFOCUS detected that Oracle released the January 2021 Critical Patch Update (CPU), which fixed 329 vulnerabilities of varying risk levels. This CPU involves multiple commonly used products, such as Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle Database Server, Oracle Java SE, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle MySQL, Oracle Enterprise Manager, and Oracle Systems. Oracle […]
Background To facilitate debugging and analysis by developers, a lot of master computer configuration software often comes with a simulator that simulates a real programmable logic controller (PLC) or human-machine interface (HMI) device. Such simulators exchange data with master computer configuration software through TCP/IP and therefore some will listen on a designated port which is […]
Vulnerability Description On January 20, 2021, NSFOCUS detected that Oracle released the January 2021 Critical Patch Update (CPU), which fixed 329 vulnerabilities of varying risk levels. Seven of these vulnerabilities are severe and assigned CVE-2021-1994, CVE-2021-2047, CVE-2021-2064, CVE-2021-2108, CVE-2021-2075, CVE-2019-17195, and CVE-2020-14756. Unauthenticated attackers could exploit these vulnerabilities to execute code remotely. These vulnerabilities are […]
Malicious Behaviors Targeting UPnP Vulnerabilities We captured four kinds of UPnP exploits 1, as shown in Table 4-7. Apparently, all the exploits targeted remote command execution vulnerabilities. Besides, we found that when a vulnerability is found on a specific port, attackers usually directly hit this port by skipping the UPnP discovery phase.
Overview On January 15, 2021, Beijing time, JumpServer released an emergency bulletin to announce a remote command execution vulnerability in its bastion host and advised users to fix it as soon as possible, especially those whose JumpServer can be accessed via the Internet.
Overview On January 13, 2021, NSFOCUS’s emergency response team received feedback on the incaseformat virus from a host of customers in the government, healthcare, education, and telecom sectors. According to analysis, we found that this virus mainly infected hosts installed with financial management application systems. Also, we observed that all other files than system partition […]
Blockchains are distributed digital ledgers of cryptographically signed transactions that are grouped into blocks. Each block is cryptographically linked to the previous one (making it tamper evident) after validation and undergoing a consensus decision. As new blocks are added, older blocks become more difficult to modify (creating tamper resistance). New blocks are replicated across copies […]
The outbreak of Incaseformat virus has affected many industries recently. It is critical because it has removed all non-system files and caused serious data loss. This virus appeared before, now it has come back and infected many hosts, especially in China. As of 14 Jan, 2:00 P.M.(GMT+8), NSFOCUS Labs and NSFOCUS Threat Intelligence have detected […]