8 11, 2018
2 11, 2018
A vulnerability (CVE-2018-15454) affecting a slew Cisco security appliances, modules and firewalls is being exploited in the wild to crash and reload the devices.The vulnerability is in the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) inspection engine of Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Software and Cisco Firepower Threat Defense (FTD) Software, and allows unauthenticated, remote attackers to cause [...}
17 10, 2018
Successful exploitation of these vulnerabilities can result in takeover of Oracle WebLogic Server by allowing unauthenticated attacker with network access via the Oracle T3 protocol to compromise the entire Oracle WebLogic Server [...}
(This article is published on the SEEDIG (South Eastern European Dialogue on Internet Governance) portal, which is an open, inclusive space for dialogue on Internet governance issues between stakeholders from South Eastern Europe and the neighbouring area)
In preparation for the cybersecurity month, the National Authority for Electronic Certification and Cyber Security (NAECCS) of Albania is releasing information on the regulation and use of electronic signatures, electronic identification and other trust services in the country. According to the authority, there are now two accredited providers of trust services in Albania: the National Agency for Information Society, which provides trust services for the public administration and the private sector, and ALEAT, which provides services for citizens. In September 2018, there were 9668 qualified certificates (for electronic identification and electronic signatures) issued for civil servants and private entities, and 784 303 qualified certificates issued for citizens (and integrated into national ID cards). NAECSS reports that trust services are largely used for accessing electronic public services via the e-Albania portal, which currently offers a total of 1268 such services. Among these, 68 e-services require the use of electronic signatures, while 54 involve electronic stamps.
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