Protecting Against SWAPGS Attack with Bitdefender Hypervisor Introspection - Security Boulevard

BlueKeep Exploit Code Released, Blocked by Hypervisor Introspection…

[ad_1] BlueKeep is a wormable security flaw in Microsoft Remote Desktop Services that allows attackers to take control remotely of vulnerable systems.Metasploit developers released the first functional prototype of exploit code with payload execution capabilities.Bitdefender…

Protecting Against SWAPGS Attack with Bitdefender Hypervisor Introspection - Security Boulevard

Tripwire Patch Priority Index for August 2019 –…

[ad_1] Tripwire’s August 2019 Patch Priority Index (PPI) brings together important security vulnerabilities from Microsoft and Adobe.First on the Patch Priority Index are patches for Microsoft’s Browser and Scripting Engine. These patches resolve 12 vulnerabilities…

Agent Tesla: Evading EDR by Removing API Hooks - Security Boulevard

Agent Tesla: Evading EDR by Removing API Hooks…

[ad_1] Written by Toby Gray and Ratnesh Pandey.Endpoint detection and response (EDR) tools rely on operating system events to detect malicious activity that is generated when malware is run. These events are later correlated and…

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The Best Of Black Hat And DEF CON…

[ad_1] If you didn’t go to the Black Hat or DEF CON cybersecurity conferences last week in Las Vegas, we’ve got a quick summary of some of the best stories, presentations, social media, and just…

Protecting Against SWAPGS Attack with Bitdefender Hypervisor Introspection - Security Boulevard

Tripwire Patch Priority Index for July 2019 –…

[ad_1] Tripwire’s July 2019 Patch Priority Index (PPI) brings together important vulnerabilities from Microsoft and Oracle.First on the list for July are patches for Microsoft’s Browser and Scripting Engine. These patches resolve 11 vulnerabilities including…

Screwed Drivers: Windows Third-Party Device Code is Huge Mess - Security Boulevard

Screwed Drivers: Windows Third-Party Device Code is Huge…

[ad_1] Many Windows drivers permit malware to access anything, subverting controls that should separate user space from the kernel. They even allow hackers to rewrite your PC’s firmware, allowing persistent, untraceable rootkit threats.Yes, it’s as…