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      2. Knowing your customers' needs is key to customer satisfaction. Your high-quality products and services will depend on the information you gather about them. Data generation and analysis are essential. In a large business, the benefits of big data analytics are invaluable to making well-informed decisions. Is it possible to use big data analytics to prevent cyber threats? You will learn about What Is Big Data Analytics and How to Prevent Cyber Security Attacks in this article. What Is Big Data Analytics? Big data consists of data in high volumes, variety, and velocity. You deal with customers who produce tons of unstructured and raw data. Today, businesses generate more data than ever using advanced technologies involving Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT). Big data analytics enable companies with large amounts of data to analyze it more easily. A big data analytics project entails analyzing data sets to understand and predict behaviors. Companies use analytic techniques and software to interpret large quantities of consumer data that help them to understand their customers, meet their needs, and position themselves strategically. 5 ways that big data analytics can help prevent cyber threats Increasing data generation makes cyber-threats more likely. It is in the interest of cybercriminals to compromise the large amounts of information that big businesses produce. The use of data analytics is creating good cyber defenses, even though we still have a long way to go. We're going to explore some ways big data analytics reduces cybersecurity risks. 1. 1. Predictive Modeling When you observe cyber threat patterns, you can create predictive models that send you alerts whenever an attack occurs at an entry point. Cyber threat patterns emerge by using artificial intelligence and machine learning services. With a real-time defense system, you can limit a cyber threat that extends beyond a network's touchpoint. 1. 2. Automating and monitoring at scale Employee ignorance of cybersecurity practices results in a high rate of cyberattacks in many organizations. Your employees might help attackers gain access to your network if they don't know how to avoid an attack. Furthermore, big data analytics can help your organization foster a cybersecurity culture by continuously tracking employee activity. By limiting the effect of someone's action, your network remains safe. 3. Live detection of intrusions An attacker can bring down a network in one shot. Protect your network from such an attack. You can detect an attack before it reaches the network's entry point by installing intrusion detection systems. Big data analytics enables you to automate this type of process at scale. An intrusion detection system that analyzes data in real-time can reveal details of an attack so you can block it. Then, you can use this information to nullify an attack on the ground instantly. 1. 4.Managing risks intelligently Knowing about potential threats will give you a better defense. Analyzing big data can help you gain insight into the activities within and around your network. A detailed analysis of cyber-security data provides a clear understanding of how attacks originate, allowing you to pinpoint the root cause. 2. 5.Visualizing threats Analytics of such vast data allows you to make more accurate predictions about the activities within your network, enabling you to be proactive about cybersecurity. The use of advanced data analytics can provide insight into cyberattacks that have occurred at an organization. Summary Don't allow cybercriminals to penetrate your network. The most common reason for cyberattacks is human error or network blind spots. A loophole exists or a cybercriminal has taken advantage of you. By using big data analytics, you gain vital insight into your system's operation. And, if anything goes wrong, you'll be able to get a real-time response to rectify the problem. The importance of big data analytics in the digital age is increasing every day.
      3. FreeSWITCH versions 1.10.6 and below suffer from a denial of service vulnerability when handling invalid SRTP packets. View the full article
      4. FreeSWITCH versions 1.10.5 and below fail to authenticate SIP SUBSCRIBE requests by default. View the full article
      5. Gestionale Open version 11.00.00 suffers from a local privilege escalation vulnerability. View the full article
      6. WordPress version 4.9.6 arbitrary file deletion exploit. Original discovery of this vulnerability is attributed to VulnSpy in June of 2018. View the full article
      7. WordPress Ninja Tables plugin version 4.1.7 suffers from a persistent cross site scripting vulnerability. View the full article
      8. FreeSWITCH versions 1.10.6 and below fails to authenticate SIP MESSAGE requests, leading to spam and message spoofing vulnerabilities. View the full article
      9. This Metasploit module exploits an unauthenticated remote code execution vulnerability which exists in Apache version 2.4.49 (CVE-2021-41773). If files outside of the document root are not protected by ‘require all denied’ and CGI has been explicitly enabled, it can be used to execute arbitrary commands. This vulnerability has been reintroduced in the Apache 2.4.50 fix (CVE-2021-42013). View the full article
      10. WordPress Media-Tags plugin version suffers from a persistent cross site scripting vulnerability. View the full article
      11. Online Student Admission System version 1.0 suffers from remote SQL injection and shell upload vulnerabilities. View the full article
      12. FreeSWITCH versions 1.10.6 and below suffer from a SIP flooding denial of service vulnerability. View the full article
      13. phpMyAdmin version 4.8.1 remote code execution exploit. View the full article
      14. FreeSWITCH versions 1.10.6 and below suffer from a SIP digest leak vulnerability. An attacker can perform a SIP digest leak attack against FreeSWITCH and receive the challenge response of a gateway configured on the FreeSWITCH server. This is done by challenging FreeSWITCH's SIP requests with the realm set to that of the gateway, thus forcing FreeSWITCH to respond with the challenge response which is based on the password of that targeted gateway. View the full article
      15. GridPro Request Management for Windows Azure Pack versions 2.0.7905 and below suffer from a traversal vulnerability that can allow for arbitrary execution of Powershell scripts. View the full article
      16. Engineers Online Portal version 1.0 suffers from multiple remote SQL injection vulnerabilities. Original discovery of SQL injection in this version is attributed to n11secur1ty in October of 2021. View the full article
      17. Engineers Online Portal version 1.0 suffers from a persistent cross site scripting vulnerability. View the full article
      18. Online Event Booking and Reservation System version 1.0 suffers from a persistent cross site scripting vulnerability. View the full article
      19. OpenClinic GA version 5.194.18 suffers from a local privilege escalation vulnerability. View the full article
      20. Balbooa Joomla Forms Builder version 2.0.6 suffers from a remote SQL injection vulnerability. View the full article
      21. Netgear Genie version 2.4.64 suffers from an unquoted service path vulnerability. View the full article
      22. Build Smart ERP version 21.0817 suffers from a remote SQL injection vulnerability. View the full article
      23. WordPress TaxoPress plugin version 3.0.l7.1 suffers from a persistent cross site scripting vulnerability. View the full article
      24. Hikvision Web Server Build 210702 suffers from a command injection vulnerability. View the full article
      25. WifiPhisher – WiFi Crack and Phishing Framework Wifiphisher is an open source framework that can be utilised for red team engagements for wireless networks through Man in the Middle attacks. The tool is capable of using the modern wifi association techniques, such as Known Beacons, KARMA, and Evil Twin. With the ‘Known Beacons’ technique, Wifiphisher broadcasts ESSIDs that are known to the audience. KARMA is a masquerading technique where Wifiphisher acts like a public network. Evil Twin is the most common technique where rogue access points are created. Moreover, the tool can also be used to launch phishing attacks for stealing social account credentials and payload injections against wifi clients. Wifiphisher Installation wifiphisher clonning Wifiphisher requires a wireless network adapter that must be capable of packet injection and support monitoring mode. Wifiphisher is supported by Linux OS with Kali Linux as the officially supported distribution. The installation can be performed by cloning the tool from Github using the following command: git clone [Hidden Content] After cloning the tool, move to the Wifiphiser directory and run the installation file using the following command. cd wifiphisher sudo python setup.py install wifiphisher-installation How Wifiphisher Works Wifiphisher can be launched with or without any parameters or options. To run the tool without setting any options, just type wifiphisher or python bin/wifiphisher in the terminal. The tool looks for the appropriate wifi interface and opens in a GUI mode as shown in the following screenshot. wifiphisher searching for access points After the GUI interface is open, the tool searches for available wifi networks (ESSIDs) in the surrounding area. The target ESSID can be selected through the up/down arrow keys. wifiphisher found aps As mentioned earlier, the tool is capable of performing all the modern MITM WiFi attacks. KARMA and Evil Twin are the default attack modes of Wifiphisher. The Evil Twin attack can be performed by running the tool with the following command options. wifiphisher -aI wlan0 -jI wlan1 -p firmware-upgrade --handshake-capture handshake.pcap The above command uses wlan0 interface as a rogue access point where victims can connect. The wlan1 with –jI flag is used to launch a Denial of Service (DoS) attack. The DoS attack prevents users from connecting to the real access point. The firmware-upgrade option is displayed to the users to enter the wifi key to connect and upgrade the (fake) firmware. The handshake argument in the command verifies that the user provided key is authentic. wifiphisher firm-upgrade attack Wifiphisher is not limited to stealing WiFi credentials. It can be used to inject malicious code/malware into a victim’s machine using plugin-update scenario. wifiphisher --essid Office_Wifi -p plugin_update -pK <Pre-shared Key> The above command sends a plugin update option to the ESSID named as Office_Wifi. The WiFi key (pre-shared key) is known to the attacker in this scenario. Victims who perform the plugin update task actually download malicious code in their machines. The code can be a malware or a shell that can provide remote access to the attacker. Similarly, Wifiphisher can also be used to steal social network credentials of the users. wifiphisher --noextensions --essid "Free wifi" -p oauth-login -kB The above command asks the users to connect to the Free wifi ESSID by entering their social account credentials like FB. wifiphisher stealing social credentials
      26. wifipumpkin3 is a powerful framework for rogue access point attack, written in Python, that allows and offers to security researchers, red teamers, and reverse engineers to mount a wireless network to conduct a man-in-the-middle attack. Main Features Rogue access point attack Man-in-the-middle attack Rogue Dns Server Captive portal attack (captiveflask) Intercept, inspect, modify and replay web traffic WiFi networks scanning DNS monitoring service Credentials harvesting Transparent Proxies LLMNR, NBT-NS, and MDNS poisoner (Responder3) and more! Changelog v1.0.9R2 Added added route for get information of plugins and proxies on restAPI added new attribute on plugins and proxies mode class added logger resource API added new command dhcpmode added option for settings dhcp mode pydhcpserver or dhcpd_server added new support to run isc_dhcp_server for dns/ dhcp added support kali linux iptables nf_tables set iptables_legacy as default #140 added format 28 files reformatted black library Changed Deprecated Removed removed support to Rest API controller temporally Fixed fixed cli error when resquest restAPI plugins and proxies fixed restApi error when get exceptions http request fixed wirelesscontroller not started into restAPI mode fixed locale error in docker container fixed logical error dhcpd server implementation #158 fixed logical error when try to get iptables path with nf_tables thanks @cjb900 [hide][Hidden Content]]
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