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Severity of FaceTime Bug Depends on Threat Model

Apple is fixing the FaceTime bug, so it is clearly serious. But how bad it will impact users depend on their personal threat models.

Privacy, Vulnerability, Apple, Ios

Decades-Old Flaws Found in SCP Clients

Several SCP clients, including OpenSSH, are vulnerable to a set of bugs that can allow an attacker to download arbitrary files.

Vulnerability

Critical Kubernetes Bug Gives Anyone Full Admin Privileges

With a 9.8 rating on the Common Vulnerability Scoring System, the privilege escalation flaw in container orchestration system Kubernetes is as bad as it can get. Any user will be able to remotely gain full administrator privileges on any node in the cluster.

Vulnerability, Open Source, Patching

NIST Looking at AI to Calculate Bug Severity

IBM has been touting the potential of using Watson to help security analysts analyze large volumes of security data and make security decisions. The National Institutes of Standards and Technology may be considering using AI to help determine the severity of software vulnerabilities.

NIST, Vulnerability

Applications Using Apache .htaccess at Risk for Attacks

The original vulnerability may be in a jQuery plugin, but the disconnect in how web developers use .htaccess with the Apache web server and how the server is actually configured means there are potentially more applications out there that are vulnerable to attack.

Vulnerability, Appsec, Apache