Cisco DNA Center Bug Opens Enterprises to Remote Attack

The TheatPost published a news on Cisco DNA bug.

A cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in the Cisco Digital Network Architecture (DNA) Center could open enterprise users to remote attack and takeover.

The flaw, tracked as CVE-2021-1257, exists in the web-based management interface of the Cisco DNA Center, which is a centralized network-management and orchestration platform for Cisco DNA. It carries a CVSS vulnerability-severity score of 7.1, making it high-severity.

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Cybercriminals Resort to Shady Ad Practices that Rip Off Users

The Hacker News published a report on using malicious ad practices on mobile devices.

Shady ad practices have become a significant source of threats for many mobile devices. Apart from being used as a channel to distribute malware, the attack vector is seeing a potential role in technical support scams using browser locking web pages, and for the propagation of fleeceware apps.

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Switching to Signal? Turn on these settings now for greater privacy and security

ZDNet in view of the great migration to Signal gives some valuable advise on how to improve its privacy.

Many people are making the switch from WhatsApp to Signal. Many are switching because of the increased privacy and security that Signal offers.

But with a few simple tweaks, did you know that you can make Signal even more secure?

There are a few settings I suggest you enable. There are some cosmetic differences between the iOS and Android versions of Signal, but these tips apply to both platforms.

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