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Recently the industry has seen a trend where organizations are moving rapidly to integrate vulnerability detection tools as part of their CI / CD environments. That’s a step in the right direction only if the risks that emanate out of those integrations are carefully considered and mitigated. Unfortunately we don’t see much evidence of due […]

Late last week, all of us were made aware of Chrome zero day ( CVE-2019-5786 ), “use after free in FileReader resulting in remote code execution“. This had a published exploit in the wild making it absolutely critical to patch without any delay. Users of ThreatWatch were not only notified of this intelligence but also […]

Early last week, all of us got alerted with reports of a major vulnerability in the “runc” binary. The vulnerability was due to the way the runc binary handled system file descriptors when running containers , which could allow malicious containers to overwrite contents of the binary and ultimately cause remote code execution. Not many […]

Enough time has passed and far too many data breaches have been uncovered to warrant a fresh look at how organizations look at pro-active security efforts. Account and access management has evolved and organizations are much more vigilant to ensure multi-factor authentication is setup for customer and employee access to services and data. Data suggests […]

Upgrade to Apache Struts version 2.3.35 or 2.5.17 ASAP ! If you use Apache Struts ( remember Equifax ? ) please upgrade to the versions mentioned above. As always NVD is lagging behind on details so dont depend on your scanning solutions to detect this in your environment just yet, CVE-2018-11776

                    With organizations moving towards higher levels of digitalization, the role of software has increased multifold. This has led to increased numbers of data breaches and the average size [1] of data breach has increased 1.8 in 2017. A breach is defined as an event in […]