The CERT Coordination Center (CERT/CC) has released a security advisory describing multiple vulnerabilities that impact Broadcom WiFi chipset drivers. Four vendors have confirmed they are impacted at the time of the latest published advisory on Wednesday.
The Wi-Fi Alliance® issued a security update confirming the discovery of vulnerabilities in WPA3-Personal by security researchers. The vulnerabilities collectively dubbed "DragonBlood" is based on the underlying Dragonfly handshake used by WPA3.
Cisco released security updates for high and moderate severity vulnerabilities in multiple Cisco products, to include HyperFlex and Prime infrastructure. The company also issued an updated advisory for the open container runc vulnerability and latest products impacted.
A security researcher warned that internet-facing Ubiquiti devices were exposed to potentially future cyber attacks. Rapid7 confirmed in a blog post that attackers could exploit the device services over port 10001/UDP and use the devices to launch future DDoS attacks.
Cisco released a security update to fix a critical vulnerability in the vContainer of the Cisco SD-WAN Solution. A remote authenticated attacker could cause a denial of service (DoS) condition and execute arbitrary code as the root user.
Security researchers from FireEye have identified a wave of DNS hijacking attacks on domains owned by government, telecom and internet infrastructure organizations around the globe. The analysis suggests the bad actors behind the cyber attacks are of Iranian origin or sponsorship.
Google announced a major security enhancement to its public Domain Name Service (DNS), the most widely used public DNS recursive resolver service used on the internet.
Cisco's Talos security group has discovered a new cyber campaign dubbed "DNSpionage" that targets organizations in the Middle East. The cyber attacks have impacted .gov domains in Lebanon and the United Arab Emirates (UAE),…
The German government Federal Office for Information Security published technical security guidelines for broadband routers commonly used in Small Office and Home Office (SOHO) environments. The new guideline provides recommendations to manufacturers on designing and implementing routing products with "adequate state-of-the -art security features."
Security researchers warn that an IoT botnet has been scanning the internet and exploiting nearly 100,000 routers exposed with a five year old UPnP vulnerability.