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2018-06-12 | Apple code signing vulnerability reported by Okta, The rise of cryptocurrency miners, and Burp Suite testing tips
Tuesday, June 12
Lack of input sanitization made the Crestron DGE-100 Console, a widely used video processing service, vulnerable to command injection that could be used to gain root-level access (CVE-2018-5553). Fixed last week, disclosed today in a blog post by Rapid7.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Spotted: A very performant car - @ayanonagon
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Palo Alto Networks looks at the rise of cryptocurrency miners. Guess what? The “popularity of malicious cryptocurrency mining activity continues to skyrocket”.
Okta researcher Josh Pitts discovered a bypass in third party developers’ interpretation of code signing API which allowed for unsigned malicious code to appear to be signed by Apple.
Banco de Chile cyberattack mirrors attack on a Mexican bank per The Register
Burp Suite testing tips from Coalfire’s Esteban Rodriguez
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