New JavaScript Exploit Can Now Carry Out DDR4 Rowhammer Attacks – Tempemail

Academics from Vrije University in Amsterdam and ETH Zurich have published a new research paper describing yet another variation of the Rowhammer attack. Dubbed SMASH (Synchronized MAny-Sided Hammering), the technique can be used to successfully trigger the attack from JavaScript on modern DDR4 RAM cards, notwithstanding extensive mitigations that have Continue Reading

Flaws in Ovarro TBox RTUs Could Open Industrial Systems to Remote Attacks – Tempemail

As many as five vulnerabilities have been uncovered in Ovarro’s TBox remote terminal units (RTUs) that, if left unpatched, could open the door for escalating attacks against critical infrastructures, like remote code execution and denial-of-service. “Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities could result in remote code execution, which may cause a Continue Reading

How to Effectively Prevent Tempemail Spoofing Attacks in 2021? – Tempemail

Tempemail spoofing is a growing problem for an organization’s security. Spoofing occurs when a hacker sends an email that appears to have been sent from a trusted source/domain. Tempemail spoofing is not a new concept. Defined as “the forgery of an email address header to make the message appear as Continue Reading

New 5G Flaw Exposes Priority Networks to Location Tracking and Other Attacks – Tempemail

New research into 5G architecture has uncovered a security flaw in its network slicing and virtualized network functions that could be exploited to allow data access and denial of service attacks between different network slices on a mobile operator’s 5G network. AdaptiveMobile shared its findings with the GSM Association (GSMA) Continue Reading

Critical F5 BIG-IP Bug Under Active Attacks After PoC Exploit Posted Online – Tempemail

Almost 10 days after application security company F5 Networks released patches for critical vulnerabilities in its BIG-IP and BIG-IQ products, adversaries have begun opportunistically mass scanning and targeting exposed and unpatched networking devices to break into enterprise networks. News of in the wild exploitation development comes on the heels of Continue Reading

Use This One-Click Mitigation Tool from Microsoft to Prevent Exchange Attacks – Tempemail

Microsoft on Monday released a one-click mitigation software that applies all the necessary countermeasures to secure vulnerable environments against the ongoing widespread ProxyLogon Exchange Server cyberattacks. Called Exchange On-premises Mitigation Tool (EOMT), the PowerShell-based script serves to mitigate against current known attacks using CVE-2021-26855, scan the Exchange Server using the Continue Reading

ProxyLogon PoC Exploit Released; Likely to Fuel More Disruptive Cyber Attacks – Tempemail

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on Wednesday issued a joint advisory warning of active exploitation of vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange on-premises products by nation-state actors and cybercriminals. “CISA and FBI assess that adversaries could exploit these vulnerabilities to compromise networks, Continue Reading

Microsoft Issues Security Patches for 82 Flaws — IE 0-Day Under Active Attacks – Tempemail

Microsoft plugged as many as 89 security flaws as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday updates released today, including fixes for an actively exploited zero-day in Internet Explorer that could permit an attacker to run arbitrary code on target machines. Of these flaws, 14 are listed as Critical, and 75 Continue Reading

Malware Can Exploit New Flaw in Intel CPUs to Launch Side-Channel Attacks – Tempemail

A new research has yielded yet another means to pilfer sensitive data by exploiting what’s the first “on-chip, cross-core” side-channel in Intel Coffee Lake and Skylake processors. Published by a group of academics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the findings are expected to be presented at the USENIX Continue Reading

New Chrome 0-day Bug Under Active Attacks – Update Your Browser ASAP! – Tempemail

Exactly a month after patching an actively exploited zero-day flaw in Chrome, Google today rolled out fixes for yet another zero-day vulnerability in the world’s most popular web browser that it says is being abused in the wild. Chrome 89.0.4389.72, released by the search giant for Windows, Mac, and Linux Continue Reading