The Linux 'sudo' Flaw is the Real Deal

In October of 2019, a flaw was found in sudo, a core command utility that is an integral part of all Linux distributions. This vulnerability allows Linux users to gain access as a root (admin) user and run commands that would otherwise be restricted to them. With a low level of difficulty for exploitation and a CVSS score of 7.8, this sudo flaw is the real deal.

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The Microsoft Vulnerability That Went Global In One Zero-Day

Microsoft Windows OS went from 100 to Zero-Day in little to no time on August 27, 2018. Although not many systems were affected, the attack went global. Here is a breakdown of the vulnerability that traveled the world:

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What Happened with the OpenSSH Vulnerability?

Just last year, a security bug was found in OpenSSH that affected ALL versions released in the past 20 years! The impact of this vulnerability was massive and here’s why:

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Agent VS Agentless, Why Not Both? The Story Behind Topia 3.5

TL;DR - A month ago we've felt that there is a significant amount of companies who would deploy Vicarius's Topia if we also had an agentless version, so we've done it.

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