Security Laboratories New Reports And Security Alerts

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Security Lab has an array of dashboards available to customers. The dashboard offering features a large video that is displayed on the front of the Marketplace. This video shows the most recent report that Security Labs has published.

The marketplace is a simple and effective way to see the most recent security reports available. Many of the reports are product specific. They include a link to the security report as well as a call to action button. Security Labs offers customers an additional service to view the security report. The reports are available to those who register and use the ‘My Security Labs’ feature.

Customers can also navigate to the Security Labs Report Library to see larger versions of the security report. The library also offers a way to download the reports if you would like to store them for further reading.

Security Labs has created a comprehensive collection of the most recent security reports. The Marketplace is a valuable way to stay informed on the latest security news and to stay abreast of how your system is being used. The time spent reading the latest Security Labs report could be the difference between a successful attack and none at all. We are proud to provide these services and will continue to strive to provide the latest information.

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  • New Security Alert
  • Botnet-Based Large-Scale DNS Redirection Attacks Continue to Grow (February 4, 2017) Tradewind – A new botnet-based DNS redirection tool targeting English-speaking users using a .COM or .NET TLD.
  • New Security Advisory
  • NTP Vulnerabilities in Cisco Products (February 3, 2017) – Cisco has released vulnerabilities in the NTP client implementations in various Cisco products.
  • New Security Advisory
  • XML Content Spoofing Vulnerability in Apache Tomcat (January 24, 2017) – Apache Tomcat versions 9.0.0.M1 to 9.0.0, 8.5.0 to 8.5.8, 8.0.0.RC1 to 8.0.36, 7.0.0 to 7.0.70 and 6.0.0 to 6.0.45 are vulnerable
  • New Security Advisory
  • Weak XML Structure Information Disclosure Vulnerability in Apache CXF (January 18, 2017) – Apache CXF versions 2.6.3 and earlier are vulnerable
  • New Security Alert
  • OpenVPN Version 2.3.12 and Earlier (December 22, 2016) OpenVPN 2.3.X version are vulnerable.
  • New Security Advisory
  • Unencrypted Password Exposure in Fingerprint Sensor in Various Android Devices (December 14, 2016) Android developers warn OEMs to tighten user authentication practices.