Original release date: August 22, 2016
Fortinet has released a security advisory to highlight a vulnerability in versions of FortiGate firmware that were released before August 2012. Exploitation of this vulnerability could allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected system. Using unpatched software increases risks from viruses and other security threats, and attackers may target vulnerabilities for months or even years after patches are available.
US-CERT encourages users and administrators to review the Fortinet Advisory and apply the necessary update. See US-CERT Security Tip on Understanding Patches for more information.
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IGHASHGPU is an efficient and comprehensive command line GPU based hash cracking program that enables you to retrieve SHA1, MD5 and MD4 hashes by utilising ATI and nVidia GPUs. It even works with salted hashes making it useful for MS-SQL, Oracle 11g, NTLM passwords and others than use salts. IGHASHGPU is meant to function with […]
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