A report on the state of SCADA and ICS security points out that critical infrastructure operators are caught between hackers and a lack of vendor and executive support.
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Juniper warned Thursday of a high-risk bug in the GD graphics library used in several versions of its Junos OS.
Power Quality Engineering publicly exposed sensitive electrical infrastructure data on the public internet tied to Dell Technologies, SBC, Freescale, Oracle, Texas Instruments and the City of Austin.
ICS-CERT published advisories this week warning users of Siemens molecular imaging products of publicly exploits for Windows 7 versions of those devices.
Three radiation monitoring device vendors will not patch a handful of vulnerabilities that could be abused by hackers, including a backdoor that affords high privileges on one device.
Siemens patches four vulnerabilities, including a critical authentication bypass flaw, in its SiPass integrated access control server.
Siemens patched a recently disclosed vulnerability pertaining to systems with specific Intel processors. If exploited, the flaw could let an attacker gain system privileges.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss this week’s ExPetr global ransomware outbreak, how it was distributed, the wiper aspect, and similarities to 2016’s Petya ransomware.
HackerOne released its first report on its bug bounty program, and reveals an industry shift toward enlisting hackers for better cybersecurity.