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A team of German cybersecurity researchers has discovered a new cache poisoning attack against web caching systems that could be used by an attacker to force a targeted website into delivering error pages to most of its visitors instead of legitimate content or resources. The issue affects reverse proxy cache systems like Varnish and some …

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Looking for ways to unlock and read the content of an encrypted PDF without knowing the password? Well, that’s now possible, sort of—thanks to a novel set of attacking techniques that could allow attackers to access the entire content of a password-protected or encrypted PDF file, but under some specific circumstances. Dubbed PDFex, the new …

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The same team of cybersecurity researchers who discovered several severe vulnerabilities, collectively dubbed as Dragonblood, in the newly launched WPA3 WiFi security standard few months ago has now uncovered two more flaws that could allow attackers to hack WiFi passwords. WPA, or WiFi Protected Access, is a WiFi security standard that has been designed to …

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Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a way to hide malicious code in Intel SGX enclaves, a hardware-based memory encryption feature in modern processors that isolates sensitive code and data to protect it from disclosure or modification. In other words, the technique allows attackers to implant malware code in a secure memory that uses protection features of …

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According to a report from security provider SiteLock, released Wednesday, 99% of hacked websites are nonprofits, blogs, and small business, proving that big business websites aren’t the only ones being targeted. The pace of the attacks was strong—websites are attacked 22 times per day, or more than 8,000 times per year, on average, the report …