regreSSHion Vulnerability: Key Insights & Strategies to De-risk Your Environment

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Himanshu Kathpal-Sr Director, Product Management, Platform & Sensors and Saeed Abbasi-Product Manager, Vulnerability Research

About this talk

On July 1, 2024, the Qualys Threat Research Unit (TRU) announced the discovery of a Remote Unauthenticated Code Execution (RCE) vulnerability in OpenSSH’s server (sshd) in glibc-based Linux systems (CVE-2024-6387). This vulnerability enables remote code execution on OpenSSH's default configuration without authentication or user interaction, granting full root privileges and posing a significant security risk. If exploited, it could lead to full system compromise where an attacker can take over systems, install malware, manipulate data, and create backdoors for persistent access. It could also result in significant data breaches and leakage, giving attackers access to all data stored on the system, including sensitive or proprietary information that could be stolen or publicly disclosed. Given the risk presented by this vulnerability, our team is putting on a special presentation to unpack everything you need to know to combat it. Join Himanshu Kathpal and Saeed Abbasi on Wednesday, July 3, 2024, at 9:00 A.M PST to find out: - The full details of the vulnerability - The potential impact of regreSSHion - Step-by-step guidance to mitigate the risk - Details on how Qualys can help
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