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Dear Planet Earth: Patch Webmin now – zero-day exploit emerges for potential hijack hole in server control panel

Flawed code traced to home build system, vulnerability can be attacked in certain configs The maintainers of Webmin – an open-source application for system administration tasks on Unix-flavored systems – have released Webmin version 1.930 and the related Usermin version 1.780 to patch a vulnerability that can be exploited to

Dear sysadmins: Patch Webmin now – zero-day exploit emerges for potential hijack hole in server control panel

Flawed code traced to home build system, vulnerability can be attacked in certain configs The maintainers of Webmin – an open-source application for system administration tasks on Unix-flavored systems – have released Webmin version 1.930 and the related Usermin version 1.780 to patch a vulnerability that can be exploited to

KNOB turns up the heat on Bluetooth encryption, hotels leak guest info, city hands $1m to crook, and much, much more

Spec design flaw stiffs security of gizmos Roundup  Let's run through all the bits and bytes of security news beyond what we've already covered. Also, don't forget our articles from this year's Black Hat, DEF CON, and BSides Las Vegas conferences in the American desert.… Read more...Powered by WPeMatico

Google and VMware Establish Partnership, Enabling VMware Migrations to Google Cloud Platform

In a recent blog post, Google announced support for running VMware vSphere-based workloads in Google Cloud Platform (GCP). This capability is enabled through a partner solution by CloudSimple and leverages VMware’s software-defined data center (SDCC) technologies. Using this approach organizations can bridge their GCP cloud computing investments with their existing

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