Malware dubbed IOTroop that researchers say is “worse than Mirai” has already infected one million businesses worldwide.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap the news of the week, including a Microsoft SMB zero day, the latest Netgear router vulnerability, and a new HTTPS milestone.
Again bad news for consumers with Netgear routers: Netgear routers hit by another serious security vulnerability, but this time more than two dozens router models are affected.
Security researchers from Trustwave are warning of a new authentication vulnerability in at least 31 models of Netgear models that potentially affects over one million Netgear customers.
The new vulnerability,
It might be the easiest bug bounty program ever.
Netgear launched on Thursday a bug bounty program to offer up to $15,000 in rewards to hackers who will find security flaws in its products.
Since criminals have taken aim at a rapidly growing threat surface created by millions of new Internet of things (IoT) devices, it has become crucial to protect routers that contain the keys to the
Netgear on Friday released firmware updates for two of its router products lines, patching a hardcoded cryptographic key and an authentication bypass flaw that were reported six months ago.
After a pair of very public disclosures in the last two weeks, Netgear published new firmware for vulnerabilities in its routers that have been publicly exploited.
KCodes NetUSB, a Linux kernel module that provides USB services over IP, contains unpatched vulnerabilities according to an alert from CERT/CC and Sec Consult