Cloud-based communications platform Slack finished patching a severe security hole Thursday affecting portions of its platform that used the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) standard for user authentication. Read More
778 Agents from 43 cities in 14 countries earned 112 million AP, gained 99 levels and walked 2,737 km during October’s First Saturday events around the world.
This month, the Enlightened had the most levels gained (+9) and most KM per agent (+0.25). The Resistance had the most agents (+84), most AP earned (+15.6m), most AP per agent (+9.1k) and most KM walked (+201). Read More
Cisco said Wednesday that multiple Cisco wireless products are vulnerable to the recently identified Key Reinstallation Attacks (KRACK).
On Monday, researchers revealed how the KRACK vulnerabilities plagued the WPA2 protocol used to secure all modern Wi-Fi networks. In their report, researchers demonstrated how the KRACK vulnerabilities can be abused to decrypt traffic from enterprise and consumer networks with varying degrees of difficulty. Read More
SSH private keys are being targeted by hackers who have stepped up their scanning of thousands of servers hosting WordPress websites in search of private keys. Since Monday, security researchers said they have observed a single entity scanning as many as 25,000 systems a day seeking vulnerable SSH keys to be used to compromise websites. Read More
Oracle patched 250 vulnerabilities across hundreds of different products as part of its quarterly Critical Patch Update released today.
Rounding out the list of products with the most patches is Oracle Fusion Middleware with 38, Oracle Hospitality Applications with 37 and Oracle MySQL with 25. Read More
A potentially devastating Amazon S3 bucket exposure left internal Accenture private keys, secret API data and other information publicly available to anyone who could then leverage it to attack the global consulting firm and its clients. Read More
A misconfigured database containing records belonging to 1,133 National Football League players and their agents was exposed via an unsecured Elasticsearch server. The database belongs to the NFL Players Association and includes the home address, phone numbers and IP addresses for hundreds of current and former players. Read More
After 7,809 Portals, 2,022 Volatiles, 373 Shards Captured, 5,709 fields held, in 18 cities over 2 weekends, the 13MAGNUS Reawakens Anomaly series goes to the Enlightened!
Round 1 saw Enlightened dominate in Brisbane and Petaling Jaya while Resistance took full control of Macau. Both teams managed to score between 95.3% and 99.8% of the points in the Phase 3 Field Frenzy in their respective winning cities in this round. Read More