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Exploits Released for As-Yet Unpatched Critical …

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Organizations need to apply mitigations for vulnerability in Citrix Application Delivery Controller and Citrix Gateway ASAP, security researchers say. Organizations that have not yet applied recommended mitigations for a recently disclosed remotely exploitable flaw in the Citrix Application Delivery Controller (ADC) and Citrix Gateway products now […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com

HBO Hack: New Threat Promises Emails to Be Released Sunday

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

The anonymous emailer also claims it’s “about money.” An email purported to be from the hacker or hackers behind the HBO breach is making a fresh wave of threats against the network. While the sender of the email, received by The Hollywood Reporter, appeared to use a pseudonym, the sender…

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Nude images of Charlotte Flair released online

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Nude images of Charlotte Flair released online

CHARLOTTE Flair has spoken of her devastation after naked pictures of her were leaked on the internet. The daughter of WWE legend Ric had the intimate images posted online following on from Paige and other top stars earlier this year. Charlotte is pictured fully naked in some selfies with other intimate poses also shown. The former four-time women’s champion took …

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Pelosi Reportedly Receiving ‘Obscene and Sick Calls’ Since Hacker Released Dem. Phone Numbers

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of Calif. speaks during her weekly news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, May 19, 2016. In a breakthrough, House Republicans and Democrats have agreed to a deal to help rescue Puerto Rico from $70 billion in debt.  (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Pelosi Reportedly Receiving ‘Obscene and Sick Calls’ Since Hacker Released Dem. Phone Numbers

This past week Washington Democrats were hit with yet another security hack. This time, Gucifer 2.0, the hacker behind the release of thousands of internal emails at the Democratic National Committee, released the personal contact information of many House Democrats.

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Official Summer 2016 Conference Schedule Released

It’s finally here!  If you’re excited about the upcoming Online Arts Integration and STEAM conference, you’re in good company.  We already have over 1,100 registrants for this summer’s event.  To help you plan out your […]

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Obama administration released illegal immigrant children to criminals’ homes

The Obama administration released thousands of illegal immigrant children to sponsors with criminal records, including arrests on charges of child molestation, human trafficking and homicide, a top senator charged Tuesday.

If true, it would be a stunning black mark on President Obama’s immigration record, according to analysts, who said the first job of the government was toRead More

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VMware’s ‘vSphere vuln’ patches released to overcome man-in-the-middle

VMware has released an update to its vSphere Client which reports a potential – but hard to target – man-in-the-middle vulnerability for the virtu-lization tool.

The company said that users running vSphere Client 4.0, 4.1, 5.0, and 5.1 for Windows were vulnerable to a flaw that allows the client to download and install untrusted updates. Were an attacker to exploit the flaw, VMware said that users could be subject to remote code execution attacks via a malicious link or redirect.

Whereas systems running vSphere Client 5.5 are not vulnerable to the flaw.

Steve Pate, chief architect at virtualization security firm HyTrust, said that while administrators should always make sure users are running fully patched software, the risk of attacks targeting this vulnerability in the wild are likely to be low.

Pate explained that in the case of the vSphere Client vulnerability, an attacker would have to get in the middle of an update chain that runs when the vCenter Server platform is updated and no longer matches the end user’s version of the vSphere client, at which point the vulnerable component is launched.

The update comes just two days after VMware told users that 28 of its products contain versions of OpenSSL subject to the infamous Heartbleed security flaw.

The company has yet to roll out a fix for that flaw as it releases the patch for the vSphere Client vulnerability. Still, administrators need not fret much over their VMware products, Pate said.
He prominent that as few VMware implementations directly face the public web, the risk posed by Heartbleed will be lower than that of platforms and applications that are more readily accessible to potential attackers

Source: http://whogothack.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/vmwares-vsphere-vuln-patches-released.html#.VjAAYPmqqko

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Accused Missoula flasher to be released from jail, may move to Bigfork

MISSOULA – A 22-year-old former University of Montana student accused of exposing himself to young girls while in possession of a date rape drug is set to be released from jail. Cole Francisco pleaded not guilty to six criminal counts in April. Five involved indecent exposure while a sixth was for possession of dangerous drugs. Read More….

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Warnings issued after child predator, high-risk offender released in Surrey and Abbotsford

Authorities are warning the public about two men released separately from jail Monday: one with a history of violence against his girlfriends, and one with a pattern of sexual offences against children.

James William Conway, 40, is considered a “high risk sex offender,” according to a notification from the Corrections Branch of the Ministry of Justice.

Conway’s criminal history includes sexual interference of a person under 16, sexual assault, and breach of recognizance.

His release is subject to 27 court-ordered conditions, including prohibitions on being in contact with children, possessing alcohol, and wearing uniforms — including, but not limited to, police uniforms, firemen’s uniforms and scrubs.

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