Many home networks rely on the home router as the primary and only defense against internet-based threats. However, a recent high-severity buffer-overflow vulnerability in several popular Netgear home routers demonstrates why this should change to a defense-in-depth approach. Here’s why this particular vulnerability matters and how you can use defense-in-depth
Introduction Recently, a vulnerability was discovered in a common operating system (OS) -Windows 10 and Google Chrome browser that potentially resulted in severe consequences for users. Two cybersecurity researchers discovered the vulnerability and reported it to the company that developed the OS and the browser. The two companies quickly acted
Common Vulnerability and Exposures (CVEs) are widely used to identify and track security vulnerabilities in various types of software and hardware, including smart TVs like Sony Bravia. One such vulnerability, which affects multiple models of Sony Bravia TVs, is CVE-2018-16986. Example of a vulnerability: CVE-2018-16986 is a cross-site scripting (XSS)
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