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Security vendor WatchGuard Technologies has published its latest quarterly Internet Security Report. Findings for Q3 2021 include a decrease in total perimeter malware detection volume, although endpoint malware detections had already surpassed the total for 2020, with Q4 2021 data yet to be reported.

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The Windows DNS Server, Microsoft's implementation of the domain name resolution software, has a seven-year-old bug which is wormable and can be triggered by a malicious DNS response, the Israeli security firm Check Point has found.

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The state-based actor behind an attack on Australian public and private sector organisations used unpatched vulnerabilities in Telerik UI, Microsoft's Internet Information Services, SharePoint and Citrix to try and gain access, the Australian Cyber Security Centre says.

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Global foreign exchange dealer Travelex has been hit by Windows malware and has taken its website down.

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Security visibility, analytics and automation vendor Rapid7 says ASX 200 companies, on average, expose an attack surface of 29 servers or devices on the public Internet, with many exposing 200 or more.

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Two Chinese researchers have released proof-of-concept exploit code for a zero-day buffer overflow in Microsoft's Internet Information Server 6.0.

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Friday, 08 June 2012 18:29

Parallels pimps Plesk Panel

A new version of Parallels Plesk Panel will arrive later this month, making it easier for service providers' customers to create web sites that are more mobile-friendly.

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Microsoft this week issued a dozen security bulletins addressing 22 vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer, Internet Information Service and Internet Explorer. The company also released a so-called non-security update that has everything to do with security.

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Evolven support for Microsoft IIS can discover granular configuration changes with focus on criticality and impact, making possible less downtime, increased stability

First reported by IPSS on December 24th, the vulnerability can allow attackers to upload malicious executables on un-protected IIS servers.

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Wednesday, 14 October 2009 05:33

October Patch Tuesday is biggest ever

As expected, Microsoft released 13 new security bulletins overnight (Australian time). A mammoth 34 vulnerabilities are addressed, including some affecting Windows 7.

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Monday, 07 September 2009 04:25

Microsoft widens IIS vulnerability warning

Microsoft has widened the scope of a security advisory concerning vulnerabilities in the FTP service in Internet Information Services (IIS). The versions shipping with Vista and Server 2008 are now known to be affected as well as those in older versions of Windows.

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Thursday, 03 September 2009 03:28

Microsoft warns of IIS FTP vulnerability

A flaw in the FTP component within Microsoft's Internet Information Services (IIS) allows the execution of malicious code, potentially giving an attacker complete control of a targeted system.

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Indian techie, Atul Dwivedi, defaced the Royal Australian Air Force website this week, posting a message on the front page as a warning to Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. How did he do it?

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