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Code-execution bug in Pulse Secure VPN threatens patch laggards everywhere

arstechnica logoIf you haven’t updated Pulse Secure VPN, now would be an excellent time to do so.

Organizations that have yet to install the latest version of the Pulse Secure VPN have a good reason to stop dithering—a code-execution vulnerability that allows attackers to take control of networks that use the product.

Tracked as CVE-2020-8218, the vulnerability requires an attacker to have administrative rights on the machine running the VPN. Researchers from GoSecure, the firm that discovered the flaw, found an easy way to clear that hurdle: trick an administrator into clicking on a malicious link embedded in an email or other type of message.

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Black Hat 2019: The Craziest, Most Terrifying Things We Saw

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Ever get jealous about your friend who inexplicably has thousands more followers on Instagram? Don’t be, because they probably bought them. But where do those phony followers come from, and who are they, really? That’s the question GoSecure researchers Masarah Paquet-Clouston and Olivier Bilodeau tried to answer in their Black Hat talk.
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