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Exploits Circulating for Remote Code Execution Flaws in NTP Protocol

Researchers at Google have uncovered several serious vulnerabilities in the Network Time Protocol and experts warn that there are exploits publicly available for some of the bugs. The vulnerabilities are present in all versions of NTP prior to 4.2.8 and include several buffer overflows that are remotely exploitable. The NTP is a protocol that’s used[…]

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Researchers Say POODLE Attack Affects Some TLS Implementations

The POODLE attack against SSLv3 that researchers from Google revealed earlier this year also affects some implementations of TLS and vendors now are scrambling to release patches for gear affected by the vulnerability. Soon after the POODLE attack was disclosed in October, researchers began looking into whether it might affect protocols other than SSLv3. It quickly[…]

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