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OWASP ModSecurity CRS Version 3.0 RC1 Released

Trustwave has been dedicated to supporting ModSecurity and the associated community for the better part of a decade. Over this time, ModSecurity and the associated OWASP Core Rule Set (CRS) have seen major advances and are currently positioned as leading...

Microsoft Patch Tuesday, August 2016

Today is August's Patch and with only 9 bulletins with 27 unique CVEs it's one of the lightest months in recent history. Four of the bulletins are rated Critical with the other five are rated as Important. Internet Explorer and...

Turning Up The Heat on IoT: TRANE Comfortlink XL850

The Internet of Things (IoT) continues to explode in the consumer market as demand for network connected devices has spread to all kinds non-traditional network connected systems from toasters to toilets and from refrigerators to lamps. Unfortunately this rush to...

To Obfuscate, or not to Obfuscate

Introduction Malware's goal is to bypass computer defenses, infect a target, and often remain on the system as long as possible. A variety of techniques are used to accomplish these goals. Deciding which of these techniques to use depends on...

SAP ASE file creation vulnerability (CVE-2016-6196)

Recently SAP released a patch for an Adaptive Server Enterprise vulnerability that allows legitimate database users to create files on disk where the server process can write to. This is useful when doing a chained database attack - first create...

Denial of Service: A Survival Guide

From Anonymous style SYN flooding to Application layer denial of service, denial of service is a subject that has been often confused with hacking by the grand public. While your data might not be stolen, the impact both on sales...