If not mitigated, potential remote exploits to an Apache component called Log4J can be executed by a malicious attacker. This vulnerability is known worldwide as CVE-2021-44228.
The iManage Security team identified a vulnerability affecting on-premises versions of iManage products. It is an exploit targeting the Apache HTTP Server which if not mitigated, can be exploited under certain conditions.
Prosperoware and Cornerstone.IT Streamline Cloud Migration and Bolster IT Infrastructures in New Partnership
Prosperoware and Cornerstone.IT Streamline Cloud Migration and Bolster IT Infrastructures in New Partnership Keeping IT Efficient, Productive, Agile, and more Secure PHILADELPHIA, PA – November 17, 2021, Prosperoware, an enterprise software company for adoption and governance of collaboration systems, announces new partnership with Cornerstone.IT, a leading full-service information technology company, that will empower organizations making the transition to cloud-based services. Cornerstone.IT is a full-service IT Business Solutions and Managed Services Provider with offices across the [...]
Alert: Multiple Vulnerabilities in VMware vCenter Server What is being impacted? Multiple vulnerabilities in VMware vCenter Server have been reported to VMware, affecting vCenter Server and Cloud Foundation. What’s the issue? There is an arbitrary file upload vulnerability in the Analytics service. What happens if I do not address this? Specially crafted files can be uploaded by malicious actors with network access to port 443 to execute code. What should I do? Learn more here [...]
Microsoft Azure customers worldwide now gain access to Cornerstone.IT Remote Desktop Pro to take advantage of the scalability, reliability, and agility of Azure to drive application development and shape business strategies.
New York, NY, June 24, 2021 – Cornerstone.IT has taken security to the next level by adopting the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) controls typically used for government agencies and Department of Defense contractors.
Product Security Alert: Microsoft On-Premises Exchange Servers / Google Chrome and Edge Browsers / Cisco
Three new Product alerts for Microsoft On-Premise Exchange Servers / Google Chrome and Edge Browsers / Cisco - read now.
Microsoft has released a patch to mitigate to this vulnerability, we can’t deny the fact that this security flaw has already been exploited by numerous criminal organization – developing into a new ransomware attack and other potential malicious activities. Check this post for options & solutions.
Advisory: IE/Microsoft Edge (Legacy) Memory Corruption Vulnerability by Keeshia Leopoldo, InfoSec Team Lead Connect with us at www.Cornerstone.IT/contact for the latest updates. Ask us how we can help secure your environment with the top 10-12 security enhancements every firm should have. #ITCornerView Issue/Vulnerability Internet Explorer/Microsoft Edge (Legacy) Memory Corruption Vulnerability [CVE-2021-26411, CVE-2021-27085] Scope In February, South Korean cybersecurity firm Enki disclosed that threat actors used an Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability in attacks to install custom [...]
COVID-19 has affected all aspects of our lives. Social distancing is proving to be an effective weapon against this pandemic. Keeping a sense of normalcy amongst all the tragic news is paramount. Technology allows us to retain some sense of normalcy from allowing communication with friends and family around the world to keeping our businesses productive. Cornerstone’s business continuity plan is built into our day-to-day operations. All of our systems and software are hosted by [...]