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Security News #0x0B

  • Metasploit has a new module to exploit MS12-027. This flaw affects MS Office 2007 and 2010, including Word and Excel.
  • Multiple vulnerabilities were noted in WordPress 3.3.1. See also the Spider Labs blog entry.
  • One of the speakers at NCCDC introduced us all to the joyfulness and righteousness of process hacker.
  • CVE 2012-2110 is a flaw in the commonly deployed OpenSSL library. Apparently the first released patch did not fix the vulnerability.
  • Two more useful links from the Penetration Testing Lab:
    • Since Exercise 3 will feature firewalls with network address translation, wouldn’t it be nice to know how to use metasploit for port forwarding?
    • Did you know metasploit has an autopwn feature for web browser attacks?
  • All right says the crowd- enough about attacks on television sets. Hmmm. What about video cameras? Luigi Auriemma has released a handful of attacks on Samsung network cameras.
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