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Data Protection
Michael Aguilera

Handout the CacheOut

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.

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Thomas Wood

Mistakes were Made | Intel Privilege Escalation

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.

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Thomas Wood

New Year, New NSA | NSA Helping Microsoft?

Technology has been progressing faster and faster over the years. What was a critical vulnerability in 2005 is now a redundant memory in the security industry keeping a “gentle” reminder of how important security is in the cyber industry.

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Data Protection
Michael Aguilera

Citrix is in Trouble…

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.

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Michael Aguilera

Apple Fixes ‘AirDos’ Bug! Update now!

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.

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Thomas Wood

Trojan

If you’re unsure if your infrastructure is secure, then please contact us here at Hedgehog Security, and we’ll be more than happy to work with you to ensure that you’re not at risk from malicious threats.

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Data Protection
Peter Bassill

Protect Your Data

With 2019 providing more breaches that records have recorded for the first six months of the year, we felt it was time to try and use a different medium to spread the word. Especially to small businesses.

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Covid-19 Update

We Remain Open

At this present time we have taken all the relevant measures to ensure our team are safe. Until further notice all our “onsite” engagements will either be postponed or performed remotely via VPN or one of our appliances.

Please bear with us if we need to reschedule some of your work. As a collective, we are also volunteering our time to support the elderly and assist essential services.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Peter
CEO & Founder