Hafnium and SolarWinds shake up attitudes to supply chain risk management

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Who do you trust?

That’s the big question facing companies around the world in recent months. In the wake of a wave of epic vulnerabilities, and equally massive compromises, affecting businesses and government institutions across the US and pretty much everywhere else, the reliability of our suppliers and providers has come into sharp focus.

Everyone wants to avoid the all-too-common inefficiency of “reinventing the wheel”, building things in-house rather than buying them in. Even the ...

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Shell Attack On Your Server: Bash Bug ‘CVE-2014-7169’ and ‘CVE-2014-6271’

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bashbug and shellshockA serious vulnerability has been found in the Bash command shell, which is commonly used by most Linux distributions. This vulnerability – designated asCVE-2014-7169- allows an attacker to run commands on an affected system. In short, this allows for remote code execution on servers that run these Linux distributions

Whats the bug (vulnerability)?

The most popular shell on *nix environments has ...

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