Colin Mc Hugo

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Colin Mc Hugo
Security Engineer Manager & CEO at Quantum Infinite Solutions Group Ltd.
  • Residence:
    Dublin
  • County:
    Dublin
  • Country:
    Ireland
Cyber Security Incident Response
Management & Architecture of Cyber Security Teams
Solutions & Coaching
  • Cyber Security Incident Response
  • Management & Architecture of Cyber Security Teams
  • Solutions
  • Training & Coaching

Tag: Reported

High-Severity RCE Vulnerability Reported in Popular Fastjson Library
June 16, 2022 / Security
High-Severity RCE Vulnerability Reported in Popular Fastjson Library

Cybersecurity scientists have actually outlined a lately covered high-severity safety susceptability in the preferred Fastjson collection that might be possibly…

Technical Details Released for ‘SynLapse’ RCE Vulnerability Reported in Microsoft Azure
June 14, 2022 / Security
Technical Details Released for ‘SynLapse’ RCE Vulnerability Reported in Microsoft Azure

Microsoft has actually integrated added enhancements to deal with the just recently revealed SynLapse safety and security susceptability in order…

High-Severity Bug Reported in Google’s OAuth Client Library for Java
May 19, 2022 / Security
High-Severity Bug Reported in Google’s OAuth Client Library for Java

Google last month dealt with a high-severity problem in its OAuth customer collection for Java that might be abused by…

Critical Gems Takeover Bug Reported in RubyGems Package Manager
May 10, 2022 / Security
Critical Gems Takeover Bug Reported in RubyGems Package Manager

The maintainers of the RubyGems bundle supervisor have actually dealt with a crucial safety defect that might have been abused…

Critical RCE Bug Reported in dotCMS Content Management Software
May 4, 2022 / Security
Critical RCE Bug Reported in dotCMS Content Management Software

A pre-authenticated remote code implementation susceptability has actually been revealed in dotCMS, an open-source web content administration system created in…

Hackers Exploiting Recently Reported Windows Print Spooler Vulnerability in the Wild
April 21, 2022 / Security
Hackers Exploiting Recently Reported Windows Print Spooler Vulnerability in the Wild

A safety and security defect in the Windows Publish Spooler element that was covered by Microsoft in February is being…

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