Today Wing joins the Open-Access UTM research project

Today Wing joins the Open-Access UTM research project. Sponsored by the UK Department for Transport to demonstrate shared services and interoperability with UTM Providers and Drone Operators. Wing Aviation LLC, an Alphabet company, today announced it has been selected by Connected Places Catapult (CPC) as part of an industry team to develop and formalize the next phase of its Open-Access UAS Traffic …

Patch My PC Catalog Update – July 28, 2020

The 07/28/20 catalog release contains bug, feature and security-related updates. Updates and Base Installs Added: Cisco WebEx Meetings 40.8.3.11 Release Notes for Cisco WebEx Meetings 40.8.3.11 Release Type: ⬤ VirusTotal Scan Detection Ratio 0/61 VirusTotal Latest Scan Results Citrix Files 20.7.6.0 Release Notes for Citrix Files 20.7.6.0 Release Type: ⬤ VirusTotal Scan Detection Ratio 0/68 VirusTotal Latest Scan Results Docker …

Patch My PC Catalog Update – July 28, 2020

The 07/28/20 catalog release contains bug, feature and security-related updates. Updates and Base Installs Added: Cisco WebEx Meetings 40.8.3.11 Release Notes for Cisco WebEx Meetings 40.8.3.11 Release Type: ⬤ VirusTotal Scan Detection Ratio 0/61 VirusTotal Latest Scan Results Citrix Files 20.7.6.0 Release Notes for Citrix Files 20.7.6.0 Release Type: ⬤ VirusTotal Scan Detection Ratio 0/68 VirusTotal Latest Scan Results Docker …

CISA Says Hackers Exploited BIG-IP Vulnerability in Attacks on U.S. Government

image credit: pixabay The critical security hole, identified as CVE-2020-5902, allows an attacker with access to the product’s Traffic Management User Interface (TMUI) configuration utility to obtain credentials and other sensitive data, intercept traffic, and execute arbitrary code or commands, resulting in the system getting completely compromised. The issue was disclosed on July 1. At the time of disclosure, Positive …

CISA Says Hackers Exploited BIG-IP Vulnerability in Attacks on U.S. Government

image credit: pixabay The critical security hole, identified as CVE-2020-5902, allows an attacker with access to the product’s Traffic Management User Interface (TMUI) configuration utility to obtain credentials and other sensitive data, intercept traffic, and execute arbitrary code or commands, resulting in the system getting completely compromised. The issue was disclosed on July 1. At the time of disclosure, Positive …