We recently released ModSecurity version 2.9.2. The release contains a number of bug fixes, including two security issues: Allan Boll reported an uninitialized variable that may lead to a crash on Windows platform. Brian Adeloye reported an infinite loop on...

Over the last few years, penetration testing requirements have found themselves into compliance rules and regulations - but the value of pen testing transcends mandates. The trouble is knowing how to adequately perform them.

August's Patch Tuesday brings with it a relatively light month closing holes in 48 CVEs. Over all there are 26 CVEs rated "Critical", 21 rated "Important" and 1 rated "Moderate". Across all of these vulnerabilities security updates for software and...

Recently, Jason Knowles of ABC 7's I-Team asked us, "What is the security risk if your EMV chip falls off your credit card? What could someone do with that?" My first thought was, "How in the hell does the chip...

A couple of weeks ago, we observed the Necurs botnet distributing a new malware spam campaign with a payload combo that includes Trickbot and Nitol. Trickbot is a banking trojan that first appeared late last year targeting banks in Europe,...

Most malware that traverses a network do so with specific indicators, some of which look like legitimate network traffic and others that are completely unique to the malware. A single IDPS signature can have high confidence of detecting an infection...

July's Patch Tuesday brings patches for 54 CVEs, nearly half the number patched in June and back to the patch levels we saw in April and May. Over all there are 19 CVEs rated "Critical", 32 rated "Important" and 3...

Trustwave recently reported a remotely exploitable computational complexity vulnerability in the racoon isakmp daemon that is part of the ipsec-tools open-source project (http://ipsec-tools.sourceforge.net/). The vulnerability is present in the handling of fragmented packets. A computational complexity attack seeks to cause...

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