CVE Update: Week of Sept. 12

With everything that we do at Red Sentry, our ultimate goal is to find vulnerabilities before hackers can, making sure our customers are best protected. This bi-weekly update will be dedicated to reporting vulnerabilities in third-party software detected by National Institute of Standards and Technology.

CVE Breakdown by Severity

High severity accounted for over 50% of the findings, closely followed by medium severity then low severity.

  • High: 505
  • Medium: 381
  • Low: 37

Most Affected Technologies

Featured Attack: DOJ charges three international hackers for extorting ransom from multiple U.S. towns and businesses.

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Alex Thomas
CTO, Founder
Alex started his career as an ethical hacker, eventually working as a penetration tester, hacking into fortune 500 companies all day long. Alex invented the Red Sentry software platform, a tool that could help people take action before they were victim to a hack. Pairing this software with a team of seasoned pentesters, Red Sentry has created a hybrid approach that allows businesses to get a thorough manual pentest quickly, while also utilizing the Red Sentry software, to ensure year around security.