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Vulnerabilities

How OPSWAT Can Help Detect and Prevent the VMware WorkSpace ONE Access exploit (CVE-2020-4006)

January 14, 2021
In November, VMware disclosed a flaw in VMWare WorkSpace ONE Access (formerly known as VMware Identity Manger). The vulnerability is tracked as CVE-2020-4006....

Use NextGen Patch Management Technology to Enhance Cybersecurity Protection

October 05, 2020
It is common knowledge that more than 60% of all reported breaches in 2019 were due to unpatched vulnerabilities even though fixes were available. The delta...

Can A Video File Contain A Virus?

September 17, 2020 by Yiyi Miao
Video files are not typically thought of as potentially malicious or infected file types, but it is possible for malware to be embedded in or disguised as a...

Using OPSWAT to Manage Confidentiality for your Zoom Meetings

May 18, 2020
There are many organizations and individuals that create their own encryption schemes. While there are security advantages to using a custom scheme, the...

Defending Against COVID-19 Related Cyberattacks

April 02, 2020
In difficult times, when the world experiences major disruptions like a pandemic, people become irrational, at many times acting out of fear rather than their...

An Overview of OPSWAT File-based Vulnerability Detection

March 18, 2020
A vulnerability in a computer system is a weakness that an attacker can exploit to use that system in an unauthorized way [1]. Software vulnerability, in...

Privilege Escalation to System User on Windows 10 using CVE-2019-1405 and CVE-2019-1322

February 07, 2020
Privilege escalation is a type of exploit that provides malicious actors with elevated access rights to protected resources in an application or operating...

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