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randori.com

Founded Year

2018

Stage

Series A | Alive

Total Raised

$29.75M

Last Raised

$20M | 2 yrs ago

Mosaic Score

+10 points in the past 30 days

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About Randori

Randori is a nation-state caliber attack platform combines continuous reconnaissance, real-time target analysis, and the ability to safely execute attacks on-demand to provide perspective on where security threats can happen.

Randori Headquarter Location

25 New Chardon Street P.O. Box 8098

Boston, Massachusetts, 02114,

United States

617-501-2621

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Expert Collections containing Randori

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Randori Patents

Randori has filed 2 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Botnets
  • Computer network security
  • Data management
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Related Topics

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12/30/2020

Computer network security, Data management, Parallel computing, Botnets, Information technology management

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Application Date

12/30/2020

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Related Topics

Computer network security, Data management, Parallel computing, Botnets, Information technology management

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Latest Randori News

How to Check if Your F5 BIG-IP Device Is Vulnerable

May 10, 2022

This Tech Tip walks network administrators through the steps to address the latest critical remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2022-1388) in F5's BIG-IP management interface. PDF Heads up for network administrators with F5’s BIG-IP family of networking devices in their environment: There is a new security update available for the newly disclosed critical remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2022-1388). Several security researchers have already created working exploits, so administrators need to move quickly and secure their networks before the attackers come knocking. The critical flaw (with a score of 9.8 under the Common Vulnerability Scoring System) affects the BIG-IP iControl REST authentication component, F5 said on May 4. If exploited, remote adversaries can bypass authentication and execute commands with elevated privileges. They could target this vulnerability to gain initial access to the network and move laterally to access other devices on the network. Considering that BIG-IP devices are widely used in enterprise environments and serve the role of a load balancer, application firewall, and full proxy, this flaw potentially opens enterprise networks to a variety of attacks. Adversaries would be able to steal corporate data, install cryptominers, download and install malware and backdoors, or even disrupt normal business operations by launching a ransomware attack. Assessment: Is Your Organization Impacted? BIG-IP is used by 48 of the Fortune 50, F5 says, and there are more than 16,000 instances of BIG-IP discoverable by Shodan. However, the vulnerability affects the management interface, so the vulnerable devices are the ones where the management interface is exposed to the Internet. According to Rapid7 lead security researcher Jacob Baines, that puts the number of affected BIG-IP devices closer to 2,500 . Administrators can execute the following one-line bash command from Randori to determine if their instance of BIG-IP is exploitable (replace the ADDRESS with the host IP in order to execute the command): HOST=ADDRESS; if curl -s https://$HOST/mgmt/tm \--insecure \-H "Authorization: Basic YWRtaW46" \-H "X-F5-Auth-Token: 1" \-H "Connection: X-Forwarded-Host, X-F5-Auth-Token" \-H "Content-Length: 0" | grep -q "\"items\":\["; then printf "\n[*] $HOST is vulnerable\n"; else printf "\n[*] $HOST doesn't appear vulnerable\n"; fi The command's output would be either a [*] 192.168.255.2 (for example) is vulnerable or [*] 192.168.255.2 doesn't appear vulnerable message. Apply the Security Update BIG-IP versions 15.1.0 to 15.1.5 BIG-IP versions 14.1.0 to 14.1.4 BIG-IP versions 13.1.0 to 13.1.4 There is no security update being released for firmware versions 11.x and 12.x (11.6.1 to 11.6.5 and 12.1.0 to 12.1.6) as they are no longer supported. Administrators should upgrade to a newer version as soon as possible. Apply Mitigations Where Needed F5 released three mitigations for those cases where the BIG-IP devices cannot be updated right away. The mitigations are intended to be a temporary measure — administrators should apply the update, or in the case of an unsupported firmware version, to upgrade to the newer version, as soon as possible.

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