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June 2013 Patch Tuesday

It’s halfway through the year and we are seeing the total bulletin count creep just past fifty. This month, Microsoft is providing patches for Internet Explorer, the Windows kernel (and kernel-mode drivers), Windows print spooler components, and Microsoft Office. There are five bulletins in total, comprised of 1 critical (Internet Explorer) bulletin and the remaining…

Post by BeyondTrust Research Team June 11, 2013
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Tech Tip: PowerBroker for Windows 6.0 Sneak Peek

Have you ever wanted to see what activities someone has performed inside one of your line-of-business apps for troubleshooting purposes? Maybe you just want to monitor what activities a network administrator performed on your Exchange Server to track down a configuration change. Well, we’ve got an exciting new feature in the upcoming release of PowerBroker…

Post by Peter Beauregard May 16, 2013
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How To Prepare For When The SEC Comes Asking About Cybersecurity Risk | BeyondTrust CEO Featured in Forbes

Our CEO John Mutch was recently invited to share his thoughts on an increasingly talked-about subject in the IT industry – the potential for the SEC to assume oversight over public companies cyber risk programs – in essence asking them to report on the viability of their security and compliance operations – in the face…

Post by Mike Puterbaugh May 15, 2013
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BeyondTrust Performs Vulnerability Assessment of VMware Solutions Better Than Anyone Else!

Retina from BeyondTrust performs vulnerability assessment of VMware solutions so incredibly, extremely, amazingly much better than anyone else…. Ok, I’m in product management and maybe marketing isn’t my forte, but let me explain to you in all seriousness why I think we’ve done something pretty special here. First, let me pose some real world questions…

Post by Morey Haber May 15, 2013
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Data Discovery using the Retina Network Security Scanner

One of the challenges facing every organization is locating where Personally Identifiable Information (PII) resides on workstations and servers. This data, by nature, is sensitive. However, if this data is not properly being tracked, secured, or even encrypted it can result in data loss. This type of data loss can result in a violation of…

Post by Morey Haber May 9, 2013
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Virtual Insecurity, and Ways to Combat It

Stating the obvious, our customers continue to make investments in virtualization. To support them, BeyondTrust has always been on the leading edge of providing tools and solutions in that regard. Whether it for managing privileges on virtual hosts, or scanning private cloud assets for flaws, BeyondTrust has always been at the forefront of security and…

Post by Mike Puterbaugh May 8, 2013
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Internet Explorer 8 0day

Last week, news broke that the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DoL) website was compromised… and that it had been serving up Internet Explorer 0day to its visitors. This 0day, CVE-2013-1347 (Retina Audit 19041 – Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 Remote Code Execution Vulnerability (Zero-Day)), only affects Internet Explorer 8 on Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 (as well as Server 2003,…

Post by BeyondTrust Research Team May 6, 2013
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Recently Patched Java Vulnerability Exploited In the Wild: How (Not) Surprising

A type confusion vulnerability, recently patched in Java 7u21 and Java 6u45, has been spotted in the wild. According to a recent blog post from F-Secure, exploitation of CVE-2013-2423 started shortly after April 21st, 2013 and continues. Given what we know about Java, none of this is surprising. “Why?!” you may ask, “didn’t we all…

Post by BeyondTrust Research Team April 23, 2013
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CNBC Interview Featuring our CTO: Security Takes a Backseat in Tech

Marc Maiffret, our CTO, was interviewed earlier today in the UK on CNBC. He tells CNBC most aspects of society are being built around technology and most companies aren’t building technology with security in mind. In the interview, Marc states: “Most aspects of society today are being built around technology from every facet. If you…

Post by Sarah Lieber April 22, 2013
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Java: Sizeable Critical Patch Update and Two Sugars, Please

Oracle is rolling out yet another Critical Patch Update (CPU) for Java – and this time they’ve fixed 39 remotely exploitable vulnerabilities. This is not to say that all of these vulnerabilities may provide an attacker with remote code execution. However, the highest CVSS Base Score of all the vulnerabilities was a 10.0, meaning that…

Post by BeyondTrust Research Team April 15, 2013
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