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Metasploit Weekly Wrap-Up 04/26/24
Rancher Modules This week, Metasploit community member h00die [http://github.com/h00die] added the second of two modules targeting Rancher instances. These modules each leak sensitive information from vulnerable instances of the application which is intended to manage Kubernetes clusters. These are a great addition to Metasploit’s coverage for testing Kubernetes environments [http://docs.metasploit.com/docs/pentesting/metasploit-guide-kubernetes.html]. PAN-OS RCE Metasploit also released an e
Spencer McIntyre
Apr 26, 2024
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USF College of Engineering Presents Rapid7 With 2024 Corporate Impact Award
This past Friday, April 19, the University of South Florida (USF) College of Engineering recognized individuals and organizations who have greatly impacted USF and beyond at its ninth annual Engineering Honors Awards at The Armature Works in Tampa.
Martin McKeay
Apr 23, 2024
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Unauthenticated CrushFTP Zero-Day Enables Complete Server Compromise
CVE-2024-4040 is an unauthenticated zero-day vulnerability in managed file transfer software CrushFTP. Successful exploitation allows for arbitrary file read as root, authentication bypass for administrator account access, and remote code execution.
Caitlin Condon
Apr 23, 2024
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