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ByNitish Singh-October 17, 2018.884 Figure 1 Picture Courtesy of Pexels The flaw found in the Libssh library authentication protocol left businesses vulnerable to attacks. Peter Winter-Smith, of the Ncc Group, found the flaw. A Libssh vulnerability found by Ncc group Peter Winter-Smith may have compromised thousands of enterprise servers because of a coding error. Enterprise servers use the Ssh library, and due to the coding error, they were left open to attacks. The vulnerability allows attackers to bypass procedures for authentication and access any server that has Ssh link allowed on them. While the vulnerability is critical when it comes to coding the problem, it is not likely to have real-world consequences as most vulnerable servers use Ssh support through the OpenSsh library rather than libssh. The same also holds true for personal computers and IoT devices. Errors …. Uh-oh-oh. Pic.twitter.com / E4L6Jinc0j — Pic.twitter.com / E4L6Jinc0j — Amit Serper (@0xAmit) October 16, 2018 Websites such as GitHub that take advantage of libssh went on record and confirmed that they were not impacted after review. Thankfully, a libssh-based authentication from Github was established that prevented an attack. Github revealed on Twitter “We use a custom libssh version; Ssh2 Msg Userauth Success with the libssh server is not used for pubkey-based auth which is the library for which we use it. Out of caution, patches were applied but [ GitHub Enterprise ] was never vulnerable to Cve-2018-10933. ‘ByNitish Singh-October 17, 2018.884 Figure 1 Picture Courtesy of Pexels The flaw found in the Libssh library authentication protocol left businesses vulnerable to attacks. Peter Winter-Smith, of the Ncc Group, found the flaw. A Libssh vulnerability found by Ncc group Peter Winter-Smith may have compromised thousands of enterprise servers because of a coding error. Enterprise servers use the Ssh library, and due to the coding error, they were left open to attacks. The vulnerability allows attackers to bypass procedures for authentication and access any server that has Ssh link allowed on them. While the vulnerability is critical when it comes to coding the problem, it is not likely to have real-world consequences as most vulnerable servers use Ssh support through the OpenSsh library rather than libssh. The same also holds true for personal computers and IoT devices. Errors …. Uh-oh-oh. Pic.twitter.com / E4L6Jinc0j — Pic.twitter.com / E4L6Jinc0j — Amit Serper (@0xAmit) October 16, 2018 Websites such as GitHub that take advantage of libssh went on record and confirmed that they were not impacted after review. Thankfully, a libssh-based authentication from Github was established that prevented an attack. Github revealed on Twitter “We use a custom libssh version; Ssh2 Msg Userauth Success with the libssh server is not used for pubkey-based auth which is the library for which we use it. Out of caution, patches were applied but [ GitHub Enterprise ] was never vulnerable to Cve-2018-10933. ‘