Luigi Auriemma

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Name: Luigi Auriemma
First reported Apr 21 2014 - Updated Apr 21 2014 - 1 reports

Critical Infrastructure security, is it possible a shared regulatory?

Reflession on the necessity to adopt a shared regulatory for the security of critical infrastructure. Eugene Kaspersky point of view on the topic. Security of  critical infrastructure is a critical urgency of any government, the NIST announced the  ... [Published Security Affairs - Apr 21 2014]
First reported Apr 10 2014 - Updated Apr 10 2014 - 1 reports

Multiple Microsoft Programs HTML Help (CHM) File Load Hijacking and Stack Overflow Vulnerabilities

Video demonstration of the HTML Help (CHM) file load hijacking vulnerability. This vulnerability exists because some built-in programs passes relative paths to the function "HTMLHelpA()" upon invoking help. This causes the legitimate CHM help files, by ... [Published SecurityTube.Net - Apr 10 2014]
First reported Mar 28 2014 - Updated Mar 29 2014 - 3 reports

Philips SmartTV susceptible to serious hack according ReVuln experts

Researchers at ReVuln firm demonstrated how to exploit the last firmware update for Philips SmartTV to steal user’s cookies and other sensitive data. The excellent team of researchers at ReVuln firm has published another interesting analysis on the ... [Published Security Affairs - Mar 29 2014]
First reported Mar 27 2014 - Updated Mar 28 2014 - 1 reports

Philips Smart TVs wide open to Gmail cookie theft, other serious hacks

ReVuln Internet-connected TVs manufactured by Philips running the latest firmware update are wide open to browser cookie theft and other serious attacks by hackers within radio range, a security researcher has warned. The hacks work against Philips ... [Published Ars Technica Risk Assessment - Mar 27 2014]

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Critical Infrastructure security, is it possibl... [Published Security Affairs - Apr 21 2014]
Multiple Microsoft Programs HTML Help (CHM) Fil... [Published SecurityTube.Net - Apr 10 2014]
Philips SmartTV susceptible to serious hack acc... [Published Security Affairs - Mar 29 2014]
WiFi Bug Plagues Philips Internet-Enabled TVs [Published threatpost - The First Stop for Security News - Mar 28 2014]
WiFi Bug Plagues Philips Internet-Enabled TVs [Published threatpost - The First Stop for Security News - Mar 28 2014]
Philips Smart TVs wide open to Gmail cookie the... [Published Ars Technica Risk Assessment - Mar 27 2014]
Ecava IntegraXor Stack Buffer Overflow Vulnerab... [Published SecurityFocus - Jan 17 2014]
UK firms urged to patch IGX industrial control ... [Published SC Magazine UK - Jan 17 2014]
Researcher reveals over 20 critical vulnerabili... [Published Techworld.com - Nov 27 2012]
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Critical Infrastructure security, is it possibl... [Published Security Affairs - Apr 21 2014]
Reflession on the necessity to adopt a shared regulatory for the security of critical infrastructure. Eugene Kaspersky point of view on the topic. Security of  critical infrastructure is a critical urgency of any government, the NIST announced the  ...
Multiple Microsoft Programs HTML Help (CHM) Fil... [Published SecurityTube.Net - Apr 10 2014]
Video demonstration of the HTML Help (CHM) file load hijacking vulnerability. This vulnerability exists because some built-in programs passes relative paths to the function "HTMLHelpA()" upon invoking help. This causes the legitimate CHM help files, by ...
Philips SmartTV susceptible to serious hack acc... [Published Security Affairs - Mar 29 2014]
Researchers at ReVuln firm demonstrated how to exploit the last firmware update for Philips SmartTV to steal user’s cookies and other sensitive data. The excellent team of researchers at ReVuln firm has published another interesting analysis on the ...
WiFi Bug Plagues Philips Internet-Enabled TVs [Published threatpost - The First Stop for Security News - Mar 28 2014]
Some versions of Philips’ internet-enabled SmartTVs are vulnerable to cookie theft and a mélange of other tricks that abuse a lax WiFi setting. The problem lies in Miracast, a WiFi feature that comes enabled by default, with a fixed password, no PIN, ...
WiFi Bug Plagues Philips Internet-Enabled TVs [Published threatpost - The First Stop for Security News - Mar 28 2014]
Some versions of Philips’ internet-enabled SmartTVs are vulnerable to cookie theft and a mélange of other tricks that abuse a lax WiFi setting. The problem lies in Miracast, a WiFi feature that comes enabled by default, with a fixed password, no PIN, ...
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