On April 5th, Zoom turned on the passwords and waiting room features for meetings by default aimed at users of their free version and those with a single license version to help prevent “Zoombombing”. […]
Zoombombing is when an unauthorized person or stranger joins a Zoom meeting/chat session and cause disorder by saying offensive things and even photobombing your meeting by sharing pornographic and hate images. […]
Multiple potential security vulnerabilities in Intel Active Management Technology (Intel AMT) may allow escalation of privilege, information disclosure, and/or denial of service.
Vulnerability Detection Result […]
In this book review, I looked at the topic of pentesting cloud-based applications, specifically Microsoft’s Azure. While the focus of the book was for Azure, a lot of the information will be beneficial no matter the cloud environment. […]