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Enterprise Technical Security That Matters - April 2, 2021

Posted by Omnistruct Marketing on Apr 4, 2021 1:45:26 PM

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Critical netmask networking bug impacts thousands of applications

Popular npm library netmask has a critical networking vulnerability. Netmask is frequently used by hundreds of thousands of applications to parse IPv4 addresses and CIDR blocks or compare them. By Ax Sharma I March 28, 2021


Evil Corp is Now Using Hades Ransomware to Evade Sanctions

Cybercriminals often keep looking for technical innovation to bypass security barriers to reach their targets. However, the Evil Corp cybercrime group has been observed using tactical ways to bypass the sanctions put by federal agencies. Recently, the group started using different ransomware to evade sanctions imposed by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). By Cyware Alerts I March 30, 2021


VMware fixes bug allowing attackers to steal admin credentials

VMware has published security updates to address a high severity vulnerability in vRealize Operations that could allow attackers to steal admin credentials after exploiting vulnerable servers. By Sergiu Gatlan I March 30, 2021


Citrix Patches DoS Vulnerabilities in Hypervisor

Vulnerabilities Citrix patched in Hypervisor this week could allow for code executed in a virtual machine to cause denial of service on the host. By Ionut Arghire I March 31, 2021


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