We don't want to alarm you, but PostScript makes your printer an attack vector. Take your printers off the Internet: a bunch of researchers from a German university have found a cross-site printing bug in the ancient PostScript language.
If PostScript is the printer driver, the printer is vulnerable to what they call Cross-Site Printing attacks, documented in detail at Hacking Printers here. The bugs range from attackers exfiltrating copies of what's sent to printers, to denial-of-service, code execution, forced resets and even bricking the targets. The work from the University Alliance Ruhr landed on Full Disclosure here (with five vendor-specific follow-ups), and as they note: “This vulnerability has presumably been present in every PostScript printer [for] 32 years as solely legitimate PostScript language constructs are abused.” Source Link. Postscript security bug in CUPS. Whizzbang - definition of whizzbang by The Free Dictionary. The show revels in the fantastical, imaginative use of whizzbang technology in a competitive, funny and spectacular environment.
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Security extensions. Hyperlink. [Selection] Good Firefox Extensions. OpenSSL to Patch High Severity Vulnerability. The OpenSSL Project announced on Monday that it will soon release updates that patch several vulnerabilities, including one rated as having “high” severity.
OpenSSL versions 1.1.0a, 1.0.2i and 1.0.1u will be released on Thursday, September 22, at around 8:00 UTC. There are only few details about the upcoming versions, but the OpenSSL Project said one of the issues has high severity, one has moderate severity, while the rest have low impact. High severity flaws are less likely to be exploitable compared to critical vulnerabilities. Source Link. “High” severity openssl patches just released. ...jeez, they are already cracking 1.1.0 openssl branch??
That was just released in August! Remember, 1.0.1 branch support stops the end of this December. More than a quite a few pups in Ally's repositories are affected....wonder how many users actually know about this or will ever know until it is....??? I sometimes think, Flash, the Murga-site needs some kind of popup or colored red-heading warning for the causal user (of the many puppies) who only sporadically drop by. 09/30/2016. Hyperlink. Puppy 4. Hyperlink. Security news.