A recent finding of a microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS) vulnerability within Intel’s CPU’s found by researchers have now released a Proof-of-Concept (PoC) code. This was not the only recent vulnerability found; however, it is the most severe with a Medium risk vulnerability.
Juice Jacking is an attack-type that involves plugging your phone into public sockets for “charging purposes”. The truth behind these sockets is the installation of malware on your phones and other electronic devices of unsuspecting users.
Intel is a very large corporation most known for their processors. A recent flaw within Intel’s ‘VTune Profiler’ software could enable anyone to upgrade their privileges if exploited correctly. This software is a performance monitoring & analysis application mainly used for serial and multi threaded application developers.
Recent vulnerabilities found in Citrix ADC and Gateway are vulnerable to remote code execution which could potentially allow hackers to gain access to the services and control them. These Citrix services control application delivery, load balancing, and Gateway solutions.
Airdrop, Apple’s file-dropping/file-swapping feature was found with a vulnerability which basically rendered the victims iPad & iPhones unusable. This vulnerability is known as a Denial of Service attack depends on the Airdrop alert setting which can either be used by everyone, contacts or disabled. Having it set to everyone will allow anyone to attack you, and if it’s set to contacts only your contacts can attack you.