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Hackers actively exploit high-severity networking vulnerabilities

4 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

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Hackers are actively exploiting two unrelated high-severity vulnerabilities that allow unauthenticated access or even a complete takeover of networks run by Fortune 500 companies and government organizations.
The most serious exploits are targeting a critical vulnerability in F5's Big-IP advanced delivery controler , a device that's typically placed between a perimeter firewall and a Web application to handle load balancing and other tasks. The vulnerability, which F5 patched three weeks ago , allows unauthenticated...
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