Bug Bounty & Agile Pentesting Platform

Security Snacks #23 – Facebook leak & Corporate networks at risk of “Domain Time II” vulnerability

Special announcement To all our regular readers and subscribers, thank you for your interest! We would like to inform you that, after this week’s issue, the newsletter will be put on pause. We will evaluate your valuable feedback and hopefully come back at a later date. Wondering about the latest threats to your apps and […]

Continue reading Continue reading

Security Snacks #22 – Everything you need to know about the Exchange attacks frenzy, Verkada breach, F5 CVEs & Azure threats

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news.Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. The security industry is buzzing about unprecedented attacks and vulnerabilities involving MS Exchange, Azure, Verkada, Cloudflare, Tesla, F5 and others. Because it can be […]

Continue reading Continue reading

Security Snacks #21 – Spectre’s comeback, Exchange zero-days & Risky JSON parsing and Go packages

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news.Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. This week in #SecuritySnacks: Microsoft Exchange Server has four zero-days to urgently patch, the Spectre vulnerability is making a come back, JSON parsing and […]

Continue reading Continue reading

Security Snacks #20 – How to get hacked with Nginx or VMWare vCenter & A look at 2020’s Top 10 Web hacking techniques

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news.Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. This week’s security news are all about substantial hacking techniques you might want to know to protect yourself (or your company’s assets). It ranges […]

Continue reading Continue reading

Security Snacks #18 – Google’s Open Source Vulnerabilities, A US town’s water supply hack & Windows/Chrome security concerns

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news.Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Hackers (from both sides) have been busy this past week! A bug hunter published a clever new attack technique against which you probably want to protect […]

Continue reading Continue reading

Security Snacks #16 – Baron Samedit bug, Zhang Guo deception, SAP attacks & DDoS via RDP

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news.Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. After witnessing state-sponsored threat actors targeting a slew of security vendors, we’re now learning about an even more brazen campaign… An elaborate state-sponsored social […]

Continue reading Continue reading

Security Snacks #15 – A slew of Cisco bugs, Risks of DoH & DNSpooq (aka new proof that it’s always DNS!)

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news.Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. This week in cybersecurity news: A bunch of critical vulnerabilities were found in Cisco products that we may soon see exploited in-the-wild. Attackers could […]

Continue reading Continue reading

Security Snacks #14 – Google Titan 2FA keys cloned, Microsoft Exchange’s unpatched RCE & Mimecast supply chain attack

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news.Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. This week, we heard of yet another supply chain attack involving Mimecast certificates and Microsoft 365 accounts. Researchers cloned Google Titan keys, a feat […]

Continue reading Continue reading
-->