• 4 May 2018

    Twitter has released a statement urging users to change their passwords due to plaintext exposure in internal logs. There is no indication this data was leaked externally.

  • 9 Apr 2018

    AusCERT Remote Monitoring Service (ARMS) has now been discontinued.

  • 27 Feb 2018

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    Check out our Incident Response Planning and Risk-based approach to Organisational Security Workshops!



AusCERT members receive timely threat and vulnerability alerts and access to the following services:

Incident Management Service

The Incident Management Service includes coordination and handling, providing assistance and expertise to help detect, interpret and respond to attacks from around the globe. Read more...

Security Incident Notifications

AusCERT provides Member Security Incident Notifications (MSINs) to members. These notifications help to identify member systems that may have been compromised or are misconfigured. AusCERT's domain and IP address monitoring is derived from sources that aren't generally available outside of the CERT communities. Read more...

Security Bulletins Service

AusCERT Security Bulletins contain information about threats, vulnerabilities, patches and workarounds of an IT security nature that AusCERT believes would be of interest to our members (and the public). AusCERT provides up-to-date information on a range of software and hardware products, published in a standardised format with a consistent approach to classifications of vulnerabilities, impacts and related operating systems. Read more...

Malicious URL Feed

On a daily basis, AusCERT encounters numerous phishing, malware, malware logging or mule recruitment web sites, particularly those directed at Australian users. The feed can be added to your firewall blacklist to prevent inadvertent compromise to client computers on your network. Read more...

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