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CVE-2024-3080: ASUS warns Customers about the latest Authentication Bypass Vulnerability detected Across seven Router Models

ASUS recently issued a firmware update to resolve a critical security vulnerability affecting seven different variants of its router models. Identified as CVE-2024-3080 with a CVSS v3 severity score of 9.8 (critical), the vulnerability permits remote attackers to take control of the affected router models without needing any login credentials.
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The Importance of Robust API Security in Insurance

When an incident occurs, from an unfortunate car accident to damaged business equipment, policyholders rely on mobile applications and online portals that collect information, open claims, and process them through automated workflows. Behind the scenes, an insurer's APIs handle what amounts to a policyholder's life story in data.

PCI DSS v4.0: What You Need to Know and What the End of v3.2.1 Means for the Future of Digital Payments

On March 31st, 2024, The Payments Card Industry Standards Security Council (PCI SSC) officially retired version 3.2.1 of the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) with the publication of its new sets of protocols and security standards for v4.0. With the continued rise in cyber threats against financial services and institutions, PCI DSS v4.0 supersedes version 3.2.1 to tackle evolving threats and technologies, facilitating enhanced approaches to counteract emerging types of cyber attacks.

Expanding the Vanta API to connect auditor tools

Vanta has helped auditors automate and simplify thousands of compliance audits, and we’re now making the process even easier. Today we’re excited to share that we’ve added new endpoints for auditor tools to the Vanta API, leading to a better collaboration experience for auditors and customers. ‍ With our new API endpoints, audit partners can integrate their tools with Vanta, allowing them to work in their preferred systems.

Zero-Day Marketplace Explained: How Zerodium, BugTraq, and Fear contributed to the Rise of the Zero-Day Vulnerability Black Market

Whenever a company is notified about or discovers a critical flaw in their system/application that has the potential to be exploited by malicious elements, it’s termed a vulnerability. However, every time a flaw being actively exploited is discovered, code red is punched as the organization’s IT team officially has a Zero-Day vulnerability/exploit on their hands! A zero-day vulnerability is a software vulnerability discovered by attackers before the vendor has become aware of it.

OWASP API Top 10 Explained with Real-World Examples

It’s an API talking to the API world we’re living in. As per Postman, 500 million new APIs are expected to be created by 2025. APIs are a lifesaver when it comes to automation or integration. But when it comes to the security of these APIs, things can get a little tricky. OWASP API Top 10 gives insights on top vulnerabilities exploited in APIs.

CVE-2024-29849: Veeam discloses Critical Vulnerability that allows attackers to bypass user authentication on its Backup Enterprise Manager web interface

On May 21, 2024, Veeam revealed a severe flaw across its Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager (VBEM) web interface that enables an unauthenticated attacker to log into the web interface as any user. Officially designated as CVE-2024-29849, the vulnerability presents a major threat with a CVSS V3 rating of 9.8 (critical). VBEM is a web-based platform that allows administrators to oversee Veeam Backup and Replication installations through a web interface console.

CVE-2024-24919: Check Point's Quantum Gateway comes under Attack as Hackers exploit Zero-Day Vulnerability

Check Point Cybersecurity has issued hotfixes to address a zero-day vulnerability in its VPNs that has been exploited to gain remote access to firewalls and potentially infiltrate corporate networks. On 27.04.2024 (Monday), the company initially alerted customers to an increase in attacks targeting VPN devices, offering guidance on how administrators can safeguard their systems.

Understanding Broken Function Level Authorization

Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) allow your applications to talk to one another, like an application-to-application iMessage or Signal. If you’ve ever texted a message to the wrong group chat, you’ve created a situation that mimics what broken function level authentication does between users and applications.