Nettitude’s security researchers are always on the lookout for attack trends and changes in the cyber threat landscape. Our team has recently found malicious content embedded in Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) image files, which when uploaded to a vulnerable server, can result in the complete or partial compromise of the host. The vulnerabilities targeted by […]
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Entries by Adam Williams
Nettitude has recently observed multiple attacks utilising existing and known vulnerabilities in the WordPress blogging and publishing platform. The issue, described in the accompanying threat advisory, allows an attacker whom is able to post content to a WordPress installation, such as via a comment or blog entry, to craft a message that will bypass data […]
In a previous entry we gave a brief introduction to the concept of fuzzing and why we use it. In this entry we’ll guide you through using a fuzzer on Linux to help identify bugs and vulnerabilities in Linux’s main archiving application “tar”. A little about the fuzzer ”American Fuzzy Lop” as well as being […]
Data Loss Intelligence (DLI) concerns the information that is available to you when your data has been compromised. It’s distinct from Data Loss Protection (DLP) technologies, which are more concerned with preventing your data being compromised in the first place. Think of DLI as your last line; it tries to let you know when DLP […]