Tag Archives: Linux

Is your Wi-Fi Router Secure?

According to new research of MalwareMustDie! , a remerging Malware dubbed Linux.PNScan was found targeting Routers based on X86 Linux in an attempt to install backdoors on them. What is Linux. PNScan Malware? Based on threat detection last year, it … Continue reading

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La laguna de Shellshock, una versión más peligrosa de Heartbleed– deja que los hackers se cuelen en tu sistema.

Parece que fue ayer cuando Heartbleed puso de rodillas al Internet, tras haber afectado dos tercios de los sitios web y después de haber permitido el acceso a cientos de miles de servidores por todo el planeta. Pero ahora, se … Continue reading

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Java – 0Day Everyday

It seems like the woes of Java Programmers is not yet over. Yesterday, Oracle had issued an out of turn patch for the vulnerability which was discovered in the 1.7 version of Java. Just within 24 hours of the release of … Continue reading

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Java – err … no coffee please

With the disclosure of a new vulnerability present in Java Runtime Environment (JRE) , and Oracle releasing an out-of-turn patch, coupled with the pace at which vulnerabilities are being disclosed, it is impossible to continue using Java. Although, this vulnerability … Continue reading

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