A selection of this week’s more interesting vulnerability disclosures and cyber security news. A day earlier than normal as the UK has two public holidays on Friday and Monday. Though such a nice weekend might not be for everyone due to the release of some nasty vulnerability notices. Namely I’m talking about Drupal, though if you are reading this then you most likely care about security and will have patched already… I’m sure there will be a few out there who don’t get the message.
A new and nasty looking bot is poking around it seems:
An in an own goal, looks like something missed the QA process to remove from debug. Well, I’m assuming it was some testing code and they really didn’t intend to leave that in production….
Other fun stuff:
- Kaspersky Lab Open-Sources its Threat-Hunting Tool ‘KLara’ was built to speed up and automate the process of identifying malware samples.
- Attackers Shift From Adobe Flaws to Microsoft Products Seven of the Top 10 most commonly exploited vulnerabilities in 2017 were Microsoft-related not Adobe Flash as in years past, Recorded Future found.