For many years, pentester-hosted SMB shares have been a common technology to use during internal penetration tests for getting tools over to, and data off of, target systems. The process is simple: share a folder from your testing system, execute a “net use z: \testingbox\tools” from your target, and run your tools from the share. […]
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Dell EMC Avamar ADMe Web Interface is affected by a local file inclusion vulnerability which may allow a malicious user to download arbitrary files from the affected system by sending a specially crafted request to the Web Interface application. Versions 1.0.50 and 1.0.51 are affected.
File integrity monitoring (FIM) exists because change is prolific in organizations’ IT environments. Hardware assets change. Software programs change. Configuration states change. Some of these modifications are authorized insofar as they occur during a patch cycle; some cause concern by their unexpected nature. Organizations commonly respond to such dynamism by investing in asset discovery and […]… Read More
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Linux users, beware! If you haven’t recently updated your Linux operating system, especially the command-line text editor utility, do not even try to view the content of a file using Vim or Neovim. Security researcher Armin Razmjou recently discovered a high-severity arbitrary OS command execution vulnerability (CVE-2019-12735) in Vim and Neovim—two most popular and powerful command-line
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