Archive for the ‘Firewall’ Category

Next-Gen WAF protection for recent Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities

We strongly suggest that customers using Signal Sciences Next-Gen WAF in front of their Microsoft Exchange servers enable this rule as soon as possible and configure it to block requests if the signal is observed. Additionally, follow all guidance from Microsoft to patch affected systems. The vulnerabilities in question are actively being exploited globally and have severe […]

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SonicWall Zero-Day

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Web application firewalls bypasses collection and testing tools

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Backdoor account discovered in more than 100,000 Zyxel firewalls, VPN gateways

The username and password (zyfwp/PrOw!aN_fXp) were visible in one of the Zyxel firmware binaries. More than 100,000 Zyxel firewalls, VPN gateways, and access point controllers contain a hardcoded admin-level backdoor account that can grant attackers root access to devices via either the SSH interface or the web administration panel. The backdoor account, discovered by a […]

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Is the next generation Firewall in your Future?

Download a Free copy of “Next-Generation Firewalls for Dummies” ebook to find out why traditional firewalls can’t protect your network | Checkout the sample chapter online By Ellen Messmer The traditional port-based enterprise firewall, now looking less like a guard and more like a pit stop for Internet applications racing in through the often open […]

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