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  • AusCERT Week in Review for 20th April 2018 20 Apr 2018

    Greetings,   Right off the back of Microsoft's patch Tuesday and Red Hat's RHEL 7.5 updates, this week we have Oracle's quarterly Critical Patch Updates and ...

  • AusCERT Week in Review for 13th April 2018 13 Apr 2018

    Greetings, Happy Friday the 13 th all! Well, Cisco’s Smart Install protocol vulnerability that potentially leads to Remote denial of service and code execution attacks, now has a publicly available ...

  • AusCERT Week in Review for 6th April 2018 6 Apr 2018

    AusCERT Week in Review 6 April 2018 Greetings, As Friday the 6th of April closes, kernel updates and Spectre Meltdown patches looks to be an ongoing source of bulletins.  ...

  • Russia, diplomacy and potential repercussions in Australian cyberspace 6 Apr 2018

    Background We recently witnessed the “largest expulsion of Russian diplomats” by 27-odd countries in support of the UK, following the attempted murder of a Russian double agent on British soil ...

  • AusCERT Week in Review for 29th March 2018 29 Mar 2018

    AusCERT Week in Review 29 March 2018 Greetings, As Thursday the 29th of March closes, there are a few things on the AusCERT's team's mind. First and foremost ...

  • AusCERT Week in Review for 23rd March 2018 23 Mar 2018

    Greetings! This week Cambridge Analytica and Facebook were a hot topic, so all I'd like toadd is a link to this Facebook blocklist that some may find useful: https ...

  • AusCERT Week in Review for 16th March 2018 16 Mar 2018

    AusCERT Week in Review 16 March 2018 Greetings, Another week is coming to a close and this week brought us many new vulnerabilities to remediate and patch. Samba released fixes ...

  • AusCERT Week in Review for 9th March 2018 9 Mar 2018

    Greetings, As Friday draws to a close, here are some of the more interesting Infosec stories we've seen this week: Title: Kali Linux for WSL now available in the ...

  • 25 Years of AusCERT 8 Mar 2018

    AusCERT celebrates 25 years today There has been a lot of growth in the industry since the original SERT (Security Emergency Response Team) was formed in 1993. Three Brisbane based ...

  • AusCERT Week in Review for 2nd March 2018 2 Mar 2018

    Greetings, This week saw Trustico revoke more than 20,000 SSL certificates it issued, gaining them the attention of the infosec community, who were quick to offer unsolicited, complimentary penetration ...