Restarting cybersecurity after the government shutdown (temporarily)

Today we got news that a deal has been reached to reopen the government with a short term funding bill that will allow lawmakers to negotiate while the government is open. But there’s only three weeks of funding in the short term bill and it’s completely reasonable to think that another shutdown is imminent (e.g. […]

Threat Hunting Your Supply Chain

From the NotPetya attacks last year to the recent hijack of the MEGA browser plugin, it’s obvious that supply chain compromise isn’t just a theoretical risk anymore. But how do you threat hunt in an environment that isn’t your own? This is a difficult task, but we really focus on looking for the few indicators […]

DrupalGeddon 2.1 and the state of vulnerability management

If you’re running Drupal 7.x, 8.4.x, or 8.5.x, a new patch was released Wednesday. The patch was rated Critical with a score of 20/25. The Drupal team notified users two days before the patch was released so they could be ready to patch. The patch went live in the middle of the US workday, meaning […]

New Windows 7 and Server 2008R2 out of band patch

Microsoft usually only issues patches on the second Tuesday of every month (so-called “Patch Tuesday”). However, when there is a vulnerability that is being exploited in the wild (or is likely to be) Microsoft may issue an out of band patch. That’s exactly what happened yesterday. The vulnerability being patched was introduced when Microsoft patched […]

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