Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1322 Cisco patches 'ExtraBacon' zero-day exploit leaked by NSA hackers
After a group of hackers stole and published a set of NSA cyberweapons earlier this week, the multibillion dollar tech firm Cisco is now updating its software to counter two potent leaked exploits that attack and take over crucial security software used to protect corporate and government networks.

“Cisco immediately conducted a thorough investigation of the files released, and has identified two vulnerabilities affecting Cisco ASA devices that require customer attention,” the company said in a statement. “On Aug. 17, 2016, we issued two Security Advisories, which deliver free software updates and workarounds where possible.”
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#1323 PGP security weakness exposed
#1322 Cisco patches 'ExtraBacon' zero-day exploit leaked by NSA hackers
#1321 Cisco confirms NSA-linked zeroday targeted its firewalls for years
#1320 People ignore software security warnings up to 90 percent of the time
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