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New support service CCN-CERT vulnerabilities

13 may 2020

El CERT Gubernamental Nacional pone en marcha un servicio de análisis, notificación y seguimiento de aquellas vulnerabilidades más críticas y que impacten especialmente en las tecnologías empleadas en el sector público.

The ability to respond to incidents of Centre National Cryptologic (CCN-CERT) available to all public sector agencies a new analysis, reporting and follow-up to the most critical vulnerabilities and greater impact of the same.

This new service, which can join all the public authorities, in follow-up to early warning systems, alarms and publications of vulnerabilities that CCN-CERT comes being released to their community of reference since 2006.

In this way the CERT National Government will work in the collection and classification of new vulnerabilities that appear on the market and to conduct a desk study, and that by its weaknesses are deemed necessary. Each of them will produce a “ Abstract ” with the highlights: encumbrance and vector of attack, potential of this, recommendations and good practices to protect themselves from the same, as well as their different updates.

Finally, will monitor the evolution of vulnerability, alerting the agencies to changes in the criticality, emergence of new recommendations, patches, proof of active farms, etc.

All information collected vulnerabilities will be stored in the solutions LORETO(Abre en nueva ventana) and ANA(Abre en nueva ventana) one's own CCN-CERT and notified all updates via email.

Del mismo modo, todos los organismos que necesiten aclarar alguna duda o solicitar ayuda podrán dirigirse al correo electrónico: support _ acreditacion@ccn.cni.es

Vulnerability Zero-Day in iOS

La primera de las vulnerabilidades analizadas desde este nuevo servicio será el Zero-Day de iOS Mail, notificada el pasado 24 april (Opens in new window) and whose information to date was compiled in a Abstract(Abre en nueva ventana) .

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