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This is one of those vulnerabilities which hasn't got enough spotlight, and therefore vendors are still reluctant to fix it. Some of the vendors do not consider this a vulnerability at all. Here via this blog post, I would like to highlight this issue, and also possible workaround(s). What
A flaw in the Linux kernel used since late 2012 allows adversaries to inject malicious traffic, without MITM. In a Wednesday presentation at the USENIX Security Symposium researchers showed that this flaw lies in the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) used by Linux since late 2012. In their research paper -
Reference: 800_150_Draft Document Note: This article summarizes the draft paper, and may contain snippet(s) from it. I love you NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology). I admire the contribution and knowledge available @NIST and we all have gained a lot from these standards. Now, when I
Before you deep dive in the technical information, I wish to confirm that this vulnerability has been FIXED. Thanks to PAYTM for taking a quick action. Looking forward for such quick response on security concerns. Kudos! Don’t get this wrong. I wish to share a vulnerability that can be
With so many vulnerabilities floating all around us, this is one of its type. This vulnerability has no impact on the user information, bank servers, data but still can be leveraged to perform tricks on the end-users. What if I ‘use’ this vulnerability (design-flaw) to phish end-users? Will they trust