April 14, 2015
New ‘Redirect to SMB’ Attack Method Detected
A new vulnerability allowing attackers to redirect users to malicious SMB servers and steal user credentials was discovered.
January 27, 2015
Patch Available for Ghost Vulnerability
The Ghost vulnerability allows for remote code execution by exploiting functions commonly used on Unix and Linux systems to resolve host names.
October 14, 2014
Fix for ‘POODLE’ Attack Against SSL 3.0 Vulnerability
Researchers discover that 'POODLE' attack could exploit vulnerability in SSL 3.0
October 13, 2014
Microsoft Warns of SandWorm and Other Zero-Day Vulnerabilities
Microsoft warns of SandWorm and other Windows zero-day vulnerabilities.
September 24, 2014
New Zero-Day Exploit Alert
A new zero-day vulnerability affecting all versions of Bash has been discovered. Security experts say the Shellshock virus could be worse than Heartbleed.
July 31, 2014
Backoff Point-of-Sale Malware Alert
A new PoS (Point-of-Sale) malware, "Backoff," has been connected to several recent PoS data breaches. Read our recommendation to thwart Backoff attacks.
April 25, 2014
New Internet Explorer Zero-day Vulnerability
A new zero-day vulnerability affecting all versions of Internet Explorer (IE) 6-11 has been recently confirmed by Microsoft.
April 9, 2014
Masergy Security Advisory – Heartbleed
Heartbleed is a new vulnerability which affects servers running certain versions of OpenSSL on Linux and Unix operating systems.