Security Updates from Cisco

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Cisco has released security updates to address  vulnerabilities in its various products.  Attacker can exploit the vulnerabilities and take control of unpatched systems. BtCIRT recommends  users and administrators to review the Cisco Security Advisory and apply the necessary updates.

Security Updates for wordpress

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WordPress  version 4.7.5 has be released to address multiple vulnerabilities in earlier versions. Users and administrators are recommended to upgrade wordpress version before the vulnerabilities are exploited and attackers take control of your site. For more details and necessary action please visit: WordPress 4.7.5 .

Security Updates from Apple

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Apple has released security updates to address  vulnerabilities in its various products (macOS Sierra,  iOS, watchOS, tvOS, iCloud for Windows, Safari, iTunes for Windows). Users and administrators are recommended to visit above links or  : https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201222 for more details and patch the systems before it gets in the hands of attackers. Patch and be safe.

WannaCry Ransomware

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Description: Ransomware is a type of malware that blocks access to computer system either by locking the systems screen or by encrypting files and folders. Usually certain amount(ransom) of money (in bitcoin) is demanded for unlocking the files. For most of the new variants of ransomware, prevention has become the only guard since data recovery after attack is almost impossible. WannaCry is a kind of ransomware, also referred online under various names – WCry, WanaCryptor, WannaCrypt or Wana Decryptor. The attack was based upon a security flaw in Microsoft Windows operating systems(Windows XP through 8.1). Although the patch was released by […]

Cyber Security Workshop

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Mr.Adli Wahid, Security Specialist from APNIC(Asia Pacific Network Information Centre) for a 1 day workshop(15th September,2016) at the MoIC Conference Hall, covering Basics of Cybersecurity and Critical Cyber Security Controls. Participants include ICT professionals from the government, autonomous agencies and RBP.