Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

#1585 Cisco patches critical bug in video conferencing server hardware
On Wednesday Cisco Systems patched a critical vulnerability found in its Cisco Meeting Server hardware, a key component in its enterprise audio, web and video conferencing service.

The flaw, according to a Cisco Security Advisory, could allow an unauthenticated remote attacker to masquerade as a legitimate user. “A successful exploit could allow an attacker to access the system as another user,” according to Cisco.
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#1588 Android devices that contain Foxconn firmware may have a secret backdoor
#1587 Evernote confirms a serious bug caused data loss for some Mac users
#1586 Almost 6,000 online shops hit by hackers
#1585 Cisco patches critical bug in video conferencing server hardware
#1584 Beware of the student loan forgiveness scam spam
#1583 Google plugs 21 security holes in Chrome
#1582 Operations of a Brazilian payment card fraud group
#1581 Amazon resets customer passwords, while LeakedSource discloses massive update
#1580 IoT devices as proxies for cybercrime
#1579 A SSHowDowN in security: IoT devices enslaved through 12 year old flaw
#1578 Feds strike another multi-national “tech support” scam
#1577 Fighting the person should be cybersecurity best practice: Nuix
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