Patch Tuesday September 2021 – Microsoft fixes MSHTML Zero-Day and Apple Blocks NSO Group Surveillance Spyware

This month, Microsoft released a fix for the MSHTML zero-day that emerged earlier in September. And it fixes a serious remote code execution bug in the WLAN AutoConfig service. There’s also a fix for a serious bug in Apple iOS. So, let’s get started! Microsoft fixes MSHTML zero-day Earlier this month, Microsoft released a security […] Continue reading Patch Tuesday September 2021 – Microsoft fixes MSHTML Zero-Day and Apple Blocks NSO Group Surveillance Spyware

Mission Probable: Access Granted

Your facilities are most likely vulnerable to a physical intrusion. This is not an indictment of any organization’s security program. If intruders have enough time and are motivated, they most likely can break into a building, even one that has security measures in place. Nonetheless, it is important to identify physical vulnerabilities before they lead […]

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Anonymous steals ‘decade’s worth of data’ from far-right web host Epik

By Waqas
Anonymous claims the data contains information about Epik domains, clients, and even backend information of the company’s clients to the public.
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SSID Stripping flaw lets hackers mimic real wireless access points

By Deeba Ahmed
SSID Stripping has emerged as a significant threat because it impacts major platforms like MS Windows, macOS, Apple iOS, Ubuntu, and Android.
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