Gear from Netgear, Linksys, and 200 others has unpatched DNS poisoning flaw

Hardware and software makers are scrambling to determine if their wares suffer from a critical vulnerability recently discovered in third-party code libraries used by hundreds of vendors, including Netgear, Linksys, Axis, and the Gentoo embedded Linux distribution. The flaw makes Read More …

DNS Rebinding Attack: How Malicious Websites Exploit Private Networks

Web-based consoles are widely adopted by management software and smart devices to provide interactive data visualization and user-friendly configuration. This is gaining momentum as enterprises’ computer systems become more complex and more modern internet of things (IoT) devices are used Read More …

New TsuNAME DNS bug allows attackers to DDoS authoritative DNS servers

Attackers can use a newly disclosed domain name server (DNS) vulnerability publicly known as TsuNAME as an amplification vector in large-scale reflection-based distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks targeting authoritative DNS servers. In simpler terms, authoritative DNS servers translate web Read More …