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December 12, 2018
Critical Vulnerability Crashes Media Streaming Archives

Critical Vulnerability Crashes Media Streaming Archives

A basic remote code-execution bug has been found in the mainstream Live Systems LIVE555‘s spilling media RTSPServer. The powerlessness could enable an aggressor to send an extraordinarily made parcel to helpless frameworks and trigger a stack-based cradle flood, as indicated by cyber security specialists. Initial worries over the bug (CVE-2018-4013) had customer side clients of...
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Adult Website Hacking Leaks

Adult Website Hacking Leaks 1.2M ‘Wife Lover’ Users

The database housing an erotica site known as “Wife Lovers” has been hacked, grabbing client data secured just by an easy to-split, obsolete hashing method known as the DEScrypt calculation.   Throughout the end of the week, it became visible that Wife Lovers and seven sister websites, all comparably focused to a particular grown-up intrigue...
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Construction Machinery Can Be Hacked? Apparently, YES

Construction Machinery Can Be Hacked? Apparently, YES

The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) is instructing a few clients regarding Telecrane development cranes to fix their control frameworks – following the exposure of a security bug that could enable a close-by assailant to remotely capture the gear. The administration security body this week issued a caution on CVE-2018-17935, a security vulnerability...
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