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New Year, New CVE: a Deep Dive into the ‘node-forge’ (CVE-2022-0122)

By Juan Aguirre on January 25, 2022 vulnerabilities
There's no better way to kick off the new year than with an analysis of an open source vulnerability affecting the popular node-forge component on npm.
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PyPI Flooded with 1,275 Dependency Confusion Packages

By Ax Sharma on January 24, 2022 vulnerabilities
Popular Python open source software repository, PyPI has been flooded with over 1,200 dependency confusion packages by the same actor.
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New Log4j 1.x CVEs, and critical Chainsaw Vulnerability — What to Do?

By Ax Sharma on January 21, 2022 vulnerabilities
Apache disclosed 3 vulns impacting Log4j 1.x versions, which included info on a critical Apache Chainsaw vulnerability buried within.
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npm Libraries ‘colors’ and ‘faker’ Sabotaged in Protest by their Maintainer—What to do Now?

By Ax Sharma on January 10, 2022 vulnerabilities
Popular npm open source libraries, colors.js, and faker.js were sabotaged by their own maintainer. What does that mean for open source sustainability?
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FTC Warning in Wake of Log4j: Secure Your Software Supply Chain

By Andrew Yorra on January 06, 2022 legal
Not addressing Log4shell issues are looking at more than downtime or reputation damage. U.S. regulators are considering lawsuits to enforce security.
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Researcher Takes Over qr.js via Repo Hijacking. Is the npm Package Safe?

By Ax Sharma on December 31, 2021 vulnerabilities
Analyzing a live incident of repo jacking that affects the GitHub repository of the popular ‘qr.js’ library.
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Log4j 2.17.1 fixes another code execution bug, but should you worry?

By Ax Sharma on December 29, 2021 vulnerabilities
News of another possible open source vulnerability connected to Log4j raised eyebrows. A look at the issue, it's disclosure, and our response.
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How Much Should the Federal Government Worry About Log4j?

By Jason Nalewak on December 22, 2021 vulnerabilities
As the world worries about Log4j exploit, we look at how the US Federal Government is responding - and how worried it should be about this vulnerability.
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Log4j Exploits Are Now Being Used to Spread Dridex Banking Trojan

By Ax Sharma on December 21, 2021 vulnerabilities
Log4shell exploits are now being leveraged by threat actors to infect Windows machines with the Dridex Trojan and Linux devices with Meterpreter
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