D. Kevin McGrath is a Security Researcher on McAfee’s Advanced Threat Research team, focused on finding new vulnerabilities in both software and hardware. Kevin has a focus on embedded devices, RTOS security, and security education, with emphasis on computer architecture and operating systems.

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The Bug Report | September 2021: CVE-2021-40444

Why am I here? There’s a lot of information out there on critical vulnerabilities; this short bug report contains an...

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Seven Windows Wonders – Critical Vulnerabilities in DNS Dynamic Updates

Overview For the March 2021 Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released a set of seven DNS vulnerabilities. Five of the vulnerabilities are...

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Researchers Follow the Breadcrumbs: The Latest Vulnerabilities in Windows’ Network Stack

The concept of a trail of breadcrumbs in the offensive security community is nothing new; for many years, researchers on...

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Ripple20 Critical Vulnerabilities – Detection Logic and Signatures

This document has been prepared by McAfee Advanced Threat Research in collaboration with JSOF who discovered and responsibly disclosed the...

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Ripple20 Vulnerability Mitigation Best Practices

On June 16th, the Department of Homeland Security and CISA ICS-CERT issued a critical security advisory warning covering multiple newly discovered vulnerabilities affecting...

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SMBGhost – Analysis of CVE-2020-0796

The Vulnerability The latest vulnerability in SMBv3 is a “wormable” vulnerability given its potential ability to replicate or spread over...

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We Be Jammin’ – Bypassing Chamberlain myQ Garage Doors

The idea of controlling your garage door remotely and verifying that everything is secure at home, or having packages delivered...

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