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Security bug in Swann IoT Camera allowed to access video feeds 

Security experts have discovered a security glitch in Swann IoT camera that could be exploited by attackers to access video feeds. Security experts from Pen Test Partners (Andrew Tierney, Chris Wade and Ken Munro) along with security researchers Alan Woodward, Scott Helme and Vangelis Stykas have discovered a security glitch in Swann IoT camera that…

Hacks, News

Leafminer cyber espionage group targets Middle East 

Hackers belonging an Iran-linked APT group tracked as ‘Leafminer’ have targeted government and various organizations in the Middle East. An Iran-linked APT group tracked as ‘Leafminer’ has targeted government and businesses in the Middle. According to the experts from Symantec, the Leafminer group has been active at least since early 2017….

News, Security Patches, Vulnerabilities

Security expert discovered Kernel Level Privilege Escalation vulnerability in the Availability Suite Service component of Oracle Solaris 10 and 11.3 

Security researchers from Trustwave have discovered a new high severity vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2018-2892, that affected the Availability Suite Service component in Oracle Solaris 10 and 11.3. The flaw could be exploited by a remote authenticated attacker to execute code with elevated privileges. “A local…

News, Vulnerabilities

SpectreRSB – new Spectre CPU side-channel attack using the Return Stack Buffer 

Researchers from the University of California, Riverside (UCR) have devised a new Spectre CPU side-channel attack called SpectreRSB. SpectreRSB leverage the speculative execution technique that is implemented by most modern CPUs to optimize performance. Differently, from other Spectre attacks, SpectreRSB recovers data from the speculative execution process by targeting…