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Microsoft

Swascan uncovers Microsoft’s Vulnerabilities

The Cybersecurity and bug hunting team from the Italian firm Swascan has uncovered 5 vulnerabilities related to the servers of Microsoft’s IT infrastructure. Microsoft is the well-known American multinational technology company. Its best-known software products are the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems and the Microsoft Office suite. On top of that the Seattle based

ECSO

ECSO: Swascan one of the top 20 startups in Europe

ECSO – The European Cyber Security Organisation has announced that the innovative Cybersecurity platform has been selected as one of the 20 most promising startups in Europe. This is a recognition that only testifies to the excellence of the solutions developed by the Swascan team and the incredible inherent growth potential in the company. ECSO: Swascan in

Adobe Sandbox Vulnerabilities

New Adobe Sandbox Vulnerabilities Found

Swascan Vulnerability Hunting Team contacted the PSIRT at Adobe following a security monitoring activity. Swascan Team, during the security analysis for a media company in Europe, found 5 vulnerabilities related to the Web Servers at adobesandbox.com which handles through multiple and different hosts the Adobe Sandbox Service. Adobe Sandbox Adobe adopts Adobe Sandbox in order

Foreshadow – Intel CPUs Affected By L1 Terminal Fault (L1TF) Vulnerabilities

Foreshadow – Intel CPUs Affected By L1TF Vulnerabilities

Foreshadow: While the chaos for the horrifying Spectre and Meltdown is still going, researchers discover another vulnerability in Intel CPUs that is even more robust. Two different groups of researchers discovered the vulnerability named “Foreshadow” and reported it to Intel. Upon further investigations, Intel found two more related flaws, which the researchers termed as “Foreshadow-NG”.

SegmentSmack – A TCP Vulnerability Targeting Linux 4.9 Induced DoS Attacks

SegmentSmack – A TCP Vulnerability Targeting Linux 4.9

SegmentSmack – A TCP Vulnerability Targeting Linux 4.9 Induced DoS Attacks. Recently, a critical TCP vulnerability was found in the Linux Kernel. A detailed vulnerability assessment revealed that the flaw could induce denial-of-service (DoS) attacks in Linux 4.9 and above. Gladly, Linux has already released patches for the vulnerability in the 4.9.116 and 4.17.11. SegmentSmack –